Attorney Mooradian's client, a young woman from Guatemala, was recently granted Special Immigrant Juvenile Status and deferred action by USCIS. The agency granted deferred action based upon a Worcester Probate and Family Court order that determined the child had been abandoned and neglected by her parents in her country of origin. Following the approval of her deferred action, the immigration court dismissed removal proceedings against her. She is now able to obtain authorization to work in the United States and is on a path to receive permanent resident status based upon the approved Special Immigrant Juvenile visa.
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