Mooradian's client, a young man from Latin America who had been abused by his spouse, was recently approved for a visa under the Violence Against Women Act. This approval clears a path for him to become a Lawful Permanent Resident of the United States.
Mooradian took over the case from a previous attorney, who had provided nothing but a skeletal I-360 application. Of course, the immigration agency returned with a request for evidence that required extensive information to prove the marital relationship and to document the abuse the client had endured. Following numerous conversations with the client and development of several witness statements, Mooradian was able to return a comprehensive filing of evidence and argument to the agency. Within approximately two weeks, USCIS responded in approving the client's visa under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), which in turn allows the client to receive lawful permanent resident status.
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