A family friend who legally entered the U.S at age 16 voluntarily departed @ 27.He has no DUI, no crime or arrest record and no previous marriage. He has an approved i130 F4 category, and have been given the go ahead to file for a waiver at the consulate based on qualifying relative ( parent). While in the U.S he worked and paid taxes, earned 40 points ssa credits, registered with selective service, made donations to charities, and graduated with a Bsc. Even after proving extreme hardship to his father who is a LPR what chances does he have of getting the i601 approval
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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