Mooradian's client, a young woman from South America, recently received special findings of fact and rulings of law, pursuant to a complaint under M.G.L. c. 119, §39M, from the Worcester Probate and Family Court.
The client was pursuing protection after fleeing her country of origin several years ago. After residing briefly in a third country, she was forced to flee to the United States in order to obtain basic medical care and educational opportunities. As a pro-Democratic political protestor, the client had to leave her country of origin as a teenager in order to avoid kidnapping or physical abuse and torture. Indeed, she was harmed by militarized police forced while engaging in protests in the country of origin.
Now, the client has filed a petition for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status which, if granted, will permit her to pursue permanent resident status in the United States.
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