Attorney Mooradian’s client, a young man from the Dominican Republic, recently received a removal of conditions such that he became a 10-year lawful permanent resident. The client came to Attorney Mooradian after recently divorcing his U.S. Citizen spouse. While the marriage had broken down, Mooradian advised that the client may be eligible for a waiver of the joint filing requirement based on the marriage being in good faith at the time of marriage, and that the marriage had legally terminated.
The client faced challenges because the ex-spouse had destroyed much of the evidence of the bona fide relationship. Accordingly, Mooradian developed witness statements from numerous parties who were familiar with the relationship. He also prepared the client for the interview process. After a somewhat extended interview at USCIS, as well as a response to a Request for Evidence, the I-751 petition was approved. The client will now receive his ten-year lawful permanent resident card, and he is now able to continue on a clear path to U.S. Citizenship.
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