03 Jul I-601A Approval Based Upon U.S. Citizen Spouse Suffering Extreme Hardship for Medical Conditions
Our Philadelphia immigration attorneys received an approval of an I-601A application for a national of the Dominican Republic on the basis that his United States Citizen wife would suffer extreme hardship if he were not permitted to reside in the United States as a permanent resident. The basis of the extreme hardship claim was that the United States Citizen wife suffered from numerous ongoing medical conditions including hypertension, hypercalcemia, fibroadenoma breast tumors with calcification, stromal fibrosis, thrombophlebitis, ovarian cysts, uterine fibroids, endometrial polyps, cervical polyps, and kidney stones, needed her husband in the United States to care for her becuase her medical conditions impacted her ability to function on a daily basis, and that the medical care she needed was unavailable in the Dominican Republic. We prepared a detailed Affidavit in support of the Application along with supporting documentary evidence including medical records and doctor letters. We also provided evidence that the United States Citizen wife could not work because of her medical conditions and would suffer extreme economic hardship without her husband in the United States working to provide for the family. The attention to detail and assistance our immigration lawyers provided in presenting the evidence to USCIS was instrumental in our client receiving the I-601A approval.