Mooradian's client, a young man from Guatemala, recently received his ten-year permanent resident card such that he can remain in the United States with his spouse and U.S. Citizen daughter. The client faced complications when his initial marital relationship broke down.
The client intended to travel internationally within two weeks of his inquiry to USCIS, however, the agency indicated that a Tier 2 officer would not be available for a call back until 30 days later. Mooradian was able to negotiate for a call back within five days, at which time he was able to schedule an InfoPass appointment.
Mooradian's client, a spouse of a U.S. Citizen and longtime resident of the United States, recently had a criminal conviction vacated from her record and dismissed in the Worcester District Court, removing a significant risk of deportation.
Attorney Alex Mooradian is a true honest attorney. Alex is very patient , reliable, he pays attention to every detail, he will always answer your questions, and will always give you objective counsel that you can trust. His paralegal Sonayda was very helpful and kind. I would highly recommend him.
Made the process with filing simple and always very responsive. His secretary was also very responsive and they have a really great team. 100% recommendation. Thank you
Very good service. Staff very nice and friendly. If you guys have any problems with your immigration case can contact this Attorney. Thank you so much for everything.
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