Mooradian's client, a young boy who traveled alone to the United States from Central America, recently received a protective order from the Worcester Probate and Family Court so he may pursue Special Immigrant Juvenile Status. The client fled to the United States after never having met his father and then being abandoned by his mother several years ago. Throughout his childhood, the child was forced to rely on the support and charity of his extended family. When his aunt relocated to the United States, the child soon followed to reunify with his aunt and caretaker, who is now able to serve as his guardian pursuant to the probate and family court order.
The child is now able to file a petition with USCIS seeking special immigrant juvenile status, which will eventually permit him to move to terminate removal proceedings and become a permanent resident of the United States.
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