Mooradian's client, a spouse and mother from Canada, had recently had her case rejected due to failure to include Form I-944 with supporting evidence pursuant to the now-eliminated public charge rule. Mooradian was able to refile the filing, which at the time was subject to the public charge rule. Eventually, the client was concerned that her employment authorization, based on a certain employment-based visa, might run out. Mooradian was able to work with her employer to ensure that there was no gap in her authorization in employment. Additionally, Mooradian was able to prepare the client and attend her interview at the Lawrence Field Office, which upon successful completion, resulted in the issuance of her ten-year permanent resident card. She will be eligible to apply for U.S. Citizenship in three years.
Please reach out to our office with your legal question.
The information contained on this website is for advertisement purposes only. Any information contained here should be verified by a licensed attorney in your jurisdiction.
No communications on or through this website, including the submission of a message or request form, creates any attorney-client relationship. Please do not send confidential information through this website, as such information cannot be guaranteed to remain privileged. Although GSK&G will never sell or distribute your information submitted through this site, please do not provide detailed information as it could be inadvertently or illegally intercepted by a third party.