Attorney Mooradian’s client, a young man from Ghana, recently received his green card after a USCIS interview in the United States.
The representation began two years ago, prior to the global COVID 19 pandemic. Mooradian successfully obtained a fiance visa for the beneficiary, who then traveled to the United States and married his U.S. Citizen spouse. At that point, Mooradian submitted a successful adjustment of status and work authorization filing. Within several months, the beneficiary was entitled to work here in the United States.
About 6 months later, after the couple had moved out of state, an interview was scheduled with USCIS. Mooradian was able to prepare with the couple and attended the hearing telephonically. No inconsistencies were discovered at the time of interview, and within several weeks, the beneficiary was approved for Conditional Lawful Permanent Residence. He is now on a pathway to citizenship and an remain with his spouse in the United States.
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