Attorney Mooradian recently obtained two predicate orders in support of Special Immigrant Juvenile Status for siblings from South America. The children, who had been abandoned by their father and rendered homeless, had both endured physical attacks and the hands of street criminals in their countries of origin. After fleeing to the United States, they hope to remain here where they can access education and proper healthcare, compared to difficult conditions in their country of origin. The findings indicate that the children were both dependent upon the court for the determination; that it is in their best interests to remain in the United States versus return to their country of origin; that they are under 21 years of age and unmarried; and that reunification with their father is not possible due to abandonment and neglect.
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