I would like to apply for j-1 waiver based on hardship. I have extremely overstayed my visa, 6 years to be precise. i am married to US citizen for 6 years, and have 2 children. The reason for hardship is because my son was diagnosed with autism, and i feel he will suffer psychologically if i am separated from him and if he comes with me , he would not be able to get proper care in my country. is this a good reason for this waiver?
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