Mooradian secured asylum after an individual hearing at the Boston Immigration Court, in which his client feared return to her country of origin following years of protracted physical and sexual abuse.
The client, a young woman from Central America, had faced horrible circumstances of abuse, including gender based violence on account of her feminist views, her making independent decisions without consulting a male significant other, and her attempts to work or be independent.
Based upon the health records and evidence Mooradian was able to develop along with the client and outside stakeholders, as well as the extensive legal arguments presented, the Immigration Judge decided to grant asylum.
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