Mooradian's client, a young mother from El Salvador, had received an I-601A approval based on her child's significant physical disabilities. She was concerned about travel to El Salvador because time was of the essence for her return and her ongoing care of the child. Mooradian was able to work with the client to screen for any possible issues of inadmissibility that might arise during her travel outside the United States. Additionally, he worked with the client to bolster her financial support evidence, including by obtaining a second I-864 from a joint sponsor in case the first affidavit were found insufficient.
Following a brief interview at the US embassy in San Salvador, the client is now able to return to the United States as a Lawful Permanent Resident.
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