Attorney Mooradian's client, a young man from Guatemala who experienced protracted domestic violence, recently received the approval of his I-360 petition for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status. The client came to the United States as a young boy to flee the physical and emotional abuse of his father. Since that time, the child has received a probate court order in support of his petition, form I-360. The immigration agency, USCIS, recently agreed that he is eligible for a special immigrant juvenile visa and granted his I-360 petition. Now, the child must wait for a visa to become available, and then will be eligible to apply for adjustment of status to that of a lawful permanent resident.
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