Attorney Mooradian's clients, two siblings from El Salvador, recently received the termination of their deportation proceedings. The teenagers, who each entered the United States alone after being brought here by human traffickers, had already been approved for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (I-360 Petitions approved). Given the ongoing backlog due to a lack of EB4 visa availability, these children have been unable to receive their permanent resident status. Mooradian promptly filed motions to terminate removal proceedings with the Boston Immigration Court. Those proceedings were terminated pursuant to an immigration judge's order. Thus, the children can now pursue their green cards affirmatively before USCIS and are no longer in removal proceedings before the immigration court.
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