First, and most importantly, all the 'nice guy' stuff is irrelevant.
The ONLY FOCUS will be on the hardship to his parent.
Hire a lawyer, for the son
Hire a psychologist, for the father
Get lots of medical/financial records, of the father.
This will increase the chances.
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I think your chances are better in Immigration than they are in the Workers' Compensation Forum. I will toss you into the Immigration Pit.
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He can file for a hardship waiver. You should consult with a local attorney to see if he qualifies.
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