Battered Spouse from Venezuelan Received Green Card
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Case Type: I-485 Adjustment After I-360 VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) Approval
BACKGROUND: An abused spouse retained us to secure her immigration status while her short lived marriage was falling apart. We received two requests for evidence because out client’s marriage was recent.
Date of Application: April 10, 2013
Date of I-360 Approval: July 23, 2014
Date of I-485 Approval: August 29, 2014
WE HELPED OUR CLIENT prove that she met all criteria set by Violence against Women Act by showing that—
1. She is the victim of abuse by her U.S. citizen husband,
2. She married the alleged abuser in good faith, and
2. She is a person of good, moral character.
TWO MONTHS AFTER HER I-360 IMMIGRANT PETITION WAS APPROVED, her I-485 application for permanent resident status was granted.
CHALLENGE: Should this unfortunate scenario befall you or your loved ones, do not hesitate to call us. Approval, as you can see, may come timely, ONLY AFTER FILING A WELL-DONE APPLICATION. The challenge lies in evidence gathering, which often does rely on legal expertise. Our attorneys are dedicated to help clients make the most persuasive arguments, based on the strength of evidence you provided. Therefore, please do not hesitate to contact us, should you find yourself, or others you know, in need of this relief from Violence against Women Act.
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