Mooradian's clients came to him after receiving a notice of intent to deny their marriage-based removal of conditions, form I-751. The clients, who had been married and living together, were confronted with derogatory information that USCIS had discovered when investigating the relationship by contacting outside agencies. Indeed, USCIS had found prior applications that the couple had submitted that discredited their testimony. However, Mooradian was able to develop overwhelming evidence to demonstrate that the relationship was in fact true, and not entered into for the evasion of immigration laws, by a preponderance of the evidence. This evidence included witness statements, declarations from both parties, housing records, and more. The agency ultimately agreed and issued a ten-year permanent resident status to the beneficiary.
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