Trafficking Victim Granted Status T Status!
Client’s Nationality: El Salvador
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Case Type: Trafficking Victim Status
Date of Application: October 17, 2014
Date of Approval: March 17, 2015
Background: Our client was in the removal proceeding. We first helped her reopen her denied case and stay the removal proceeding. Afterwards, we replied to immigration authority a request for evidence, days before we secured her T status.
WE HELPED OUR CLIENT prove that our client met all legal criteria,
- is by legal definition a victim of trafficking and,
- is in the United States, American Samoa, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, or at a port of entry due to trafficking and,
- complies with any0 reasonable request from a law enforcement agency for assistance in the investigation or prosecution of human trafficking (or under the age of 18 unable to cooperate due to physical or psychological trauma)
- demonstrate that she would suffer extreme hardship involving unusual and severe harm if you were removed from the United States and,
- is admissible to the United States.
CHALLENGE: We receive limited evidence. Nevertheless, we still made the best arguments based on the strength of our proof.
NINE DAYS AFTER WE REPLIED THE REQUEST FOR EVIDENCE (five months after the initial application), our client was granted Trafficking Victim Status.
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