Mooradian recently received a naturalization after USCIS accused the client of fraud on his underlying claim for asylum.
Mooradian reviewed the fraud and misrepresentation claims by USCIS and indicated, in response to a Notice of Intent to Deny, that the law was being misapplied and that, even if the allegations could be considered a misrepresentation, that the client had timely retracted any misrepresentation.
USCIS agreed. After receiving Mooradian’s evidence, supporting declarations, and pieces of the asylum adjudication record, the agency issued a notice for an immediate swearing in ceremony. The client was naturalized within days.
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