Attorney Mooradian succeeded in obtaining U-3 visas for two South American teenagers following years of negotiations with attorneys abroad, immigration agencies, congresspersons' offices, and other government stakeholders. Numerous obstacles delayed the children from obtaining visas via their consulate, all centering around the children's abusive father. Attorney Mooradian, along with colleagues from the Boston University School of Law's Immigrants' Rights Clinic, employed numerous strategies to have the father's custody and thus control over the children revoked.
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