Mooradian's client, a young woman from Africa who had suffered domestic abuse, was recently approved for a removal of conditions after Mooradian submitted a waiver of the joint filing requirement. Mooradian was able to document the abuse extensively, particularly by interviewing numerous witnesses who were familiar with the abuse. Indeed, Mooradian also submitted extensive evidence of the good faith nature of the marital relationship, including photos of the couple together, travel itineraries, bills, joint accounts, and further witness statements.
The agency waived the interview and issued a ten-year permanent resident card by mail.
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