Attorney Mooradian's client, a young man from South America, was recently approved for his removal of conditions petition, form I-751. The client had come to Attorney Mooradian because he had been charged with a crime in the state court. At the same time, he knew that his permanent resident card was only conditional and that he would need to remove those conditions from his permanent residence to remain in lawful immigration status.
Mooradian reviewed the client's criminal charge and docket information and determined that the charge would not make the individual inadmissible or deportable. After providing USCIS with the necessary documents to demonstrate both that the criminal charge should not have immigration consequences, along with evidence of the true nature of the marriage, the I-751 petition was approved.
Mooradian's client may now remain in the United States with his ten-year lawful permanent resident status.
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