Mooradian's client, a young man from South America, was recently admitted to the United States as a permanent resident based on a marital petition. The case was filed as a one-step adjustment of status before USCIS based on his marriage to a U.S. Citizen. While the client did have concerns regarding a visa overstay and unlawful employment in the United States, Mooradian explained to the agency in writing that the client was exempt from those grounds of inadmissibility pursuant to his marriage to a U.S. Citizen. The agency considered the bona fides of the relationship in addition to the client's admissibility and evidence of financial support. Given that the case was well-documented, the agency chose to waive an interview and issued permanent resident status administratively.
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