Mooradian's client, a young man from the Dominican Republic, recently received his ten-year permanent resident card. The client had come to the United States on a marriage visa through consular processing. Although he initially lived with his wife, within a short time, the relationship broke down. The client was unsure how to move forward in removing the conditions on his permanent resident without his wife's willingness to participate.
The client obtained a divorce. Meanwhile, Mooradian assisted the client by helping gather evidence of the true nature of the relationship. One essential part of gathering the evidence was interviewing witnesses, who all confirmed the true nature of the relationship.
When the matter was scheduled for an interview at USCIS, Mooradian was able to prepare for the interview with the client and represent him during that matter. Mooradian reminded the officer of the good faith legal standard, and the officer readily approved the petition for lawful permanent residence for ten years. The client is now able to enjoy the benefits of permanent resident status and can eventually apply for U.S. Citizenship.
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