Case #1: Our client entered the U.S. legally but committed a crime involving moral turpitude (theft crime) when he was younger. He was now married to a U.S. citizen and had 3 children. We prepared and file the required immigration petition to adjust his status to lawful permanent resident. At the immigration interview, the officer determined he was “inadmissibility” due to the crime he committed and required our client to file a waiver. Our office worked diligently with our clients to gather evidence to prove the extreme hardship to his family if the waiver was not granted. We were successful and put client received an approval on his waiver and his green card was issued. To view the redacted copies of our winning decision in this case, CLICK HERE.
Case #2: A mother of a U.S. citizen committed a theft crime that made her inadmissible (or ineligible) for a green card or permanent resident status in the U.S. Our office prepared and file the required petitions to adjust her status in the U.S. and an application for a waiver due to her criminal history. We received an approval of her waiver and her application to adjust her status to permanent resident status in the U.S. To view the redacted copies of our winning decision in this case, CLICK HERE.