Attorney Mooradian recently obtained permanent resident status for three asylees whom he has previously represented before the Boston Immigration Court. The clients, who had fled persecution in El Salvador, were granted three separate grants of humanitarian asylum by the Boston Immigration Court. After waiting one year, Mooradian was able to file for permanent resident status and obtained that status on behalf of his clients by demonstrating their eligibility. He was also able to obtain a waiver of the fingerprint (biometrics) requirement for the juvenile because of a severe and ongoing physical disability.
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