April 22, 2021

I-751 with Waiver, In Proceedings

Attorney Mooradian’s client, a young person from Asia in Removal Proceedings, recently obtained his ten-year lawful permanent resident card via an interview at the Lawrence Field Office.  The client had obtained his conditional permanent resident card after a years-long relationship and marriage to a United States Citizen.  However, due to the malpractice and delay of a previous attorney, he did not timely file a petition to remove the conditions of his permanent resident status, and thus was placed in removal proceedings.

Mooradian’s client was divorce by the time the representation began due to a breakdown in the relationship between the client and his USC spouse.  Mooradian gathered significant evidence that the marriage was true in nature at the time it commenced, including sworn declarations from the ex- in-laws of the applicant.

Following a successful interview at the USCIS Lawrence Field Office, the client was issued his ten-year permanent resident status.  However, due to the delay by prior counsel, the client has already been placed in removal proceedings before the Boston Immigration Court.  Given that the client has now received a ten-year permanent resident card, the client is now able to move to terminate the removal proceedings against him.

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