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Thread: MOHAN- extreme hardship question

  1. #1
    Guest
    Mohan, can you clarify a few things for me? I am presenting my case in mid-December and want to make sure I have covered all of my bases.

    (3) I have a small "benign" tumor that must be monitored. My mother also has a debilitating disease, which we are presenting although she is not directly related to my husband, being away from her will be a hardship to me. Also we are
    mentioning my uncle who is surviving by a miracle (has had cancer and 5 bypasses) and I cant imagine not being around if something more were to happen.

    (7) terrible. I am supporting myself, him, his family, paying lawyer fees etc. and trying to go to grad school. went from maybe 3000 in debt (for part of a car) to almost 40,000 in about two years.

    (8) as previously mentioned, I am in grad school.

    (9) letters from psychologists indicating the stressful and potential dangers that are associated with my situation, as well as information regardin counseling that I have sought during this time frame (for obvious reasons)

    These are the areas that I have focused on. But as you can see it isn't 80%.

    I was wondering if you could clarify (or direct me to a website that can clarify)exactly what they are looking for in (1)(4)(5)(6)(11)(13)(14). These might all pertain to our situation or they may not. Do you know exactly what they want???

    examples:
    (4) It took five months for my husband to get a job in his country, but it wasn't supporting him or doing us any good, so he stopped working and is currently attending a US accreditied community college (I am paying for this) that we feel
    would be more beneficial (as jobs in general are impossible to find, and if you can find one they can't support you.)

    (6) he has no immmediate family other than me here, however he has 4 aunts and uncles (and their spouses), his grandfather, and 2-3 cousins here. One of his cousins is in the US airforce.

    etc. etc. etc. etc.

    I would appreciate any information that you can give me.

    there are also a few other things that we can address that are not speficially covered by this list such as the fact that we want to have children but due to the probablity of genetic disorders (such as heart problems) we can't really have a child in a third world country. These things are fine... if we have proper medical care.
    (but I don't know if they care)

    Thanks.



    Here is your original list.
    (1) The age of the alien, both at the time of entry to the United States and at the time of application for suspension of deportation;

    (2) The age, number, and immigration status of the alien's children and their ability to speak the native language and to adjust to life in the country of return.

    (3) The health condition of the alien or the alien's children, spouse, or parents and the availability of any required medical treatment in the country to which the alien would be returned;

    (4) The alien's ability to obtain employment in the country to which the alien would be returned

    (5) The length of residence in the United States;

    (6)The existence of other family members who are or will be legally residing in the United States;

    (7) The financial impact of the alien's departure;

    (8) The impact of a disruption of educational opportunities

    (9) The psychological impact of the alien's deportation;

    (10) The current political and economic conditions in the country to which the alien would be returned

    (11) Family and other ties to the country to which the alien would be returned;

    (12) Contributions to and ties to a community in the United States, including the degree of integration into society;

    (13) Immigration history, including authorized residence in the United States;

    (14) The availability of other means of adjusting to permanent resident status.

  2. #2
    Guest
    Mohan, can you clarify a few things for me? I am presenting my case in mid-December and want to make sure I have covered all of my bases.

    (3) I have a small "benign" tumor that must be monitored. My mother also has a debilitating disease, which we are presenting although she is not directly related to my husband, being away from her will be a hardship to me. Also we are
    mentioning my uncle who is surviving by a miracle (has had cancer and 5 bypasses) and I cant imagine not being around if something more were to happen.

    (7) terrible. I am supporting myself, him, his family, paying lawyer fees etc. and trying to go to grad school. went from maybe 3000 in debt (for part of a car) to almost 40,000 in about two years.

    (8) as previously mentioned, I am in grad school.

    (9) letters from psychologists indicating the stressful and potential dangers that are associated with my situation, as well as information regardin counseling that I have sought during this time frame (for obvious reasons)

    These are the areas that I have focused on. But as you can see it isn't 80%.

    I was wondering if you could clarify (or direct me to a website that can clarify)exactly what they are looking for in (1)(4)(5)(6)(11)(13)(14). These might all pertain to our situation or they may not. Do you know exactly what they want???

    examples:
    (4) It took five months for my husband to get a job in his country, but it wasn't supporting him or doing us any good, so he stopped working and is currently attending a US accreditied community college (I am paying for this) that we feel
    would be more beneficial (as jobs in general are impossible to find, and if you can find one they can't support you.)

    (6) he has no immmediate family other than me here, however he has 4 aunts and uncles (and their spouses), his grandfather, and 2-3 cousins here. One of his cousins is in the US airforce.

    etc. etc. etc. etc.

    I would appreciate any information that you can give me.

    there are also a few other things that we can address that are not speficially covered by this list such as the fact that we want to have children but due to the probablity of genetic disorders (such as heart problems) we can't really have a child in a third world country. These things are fine... if we have proper medical care.
    (but I don't know if they care)

    Thanks.



    Here is your original list.
    (1) The age of the alien, both at the time of entry to the United States and at the time of application for suspension of deportation;

    (2) The age, number, and immigration status of the alien's children and their ability to speak the native language and to adjust to life in the country of return.

    (3) The health condition of the alien or the alien's children, spouse, or parents and the availability of any required medical treatment in the country to which the alien would be returned;

    (4) The alien's ability to obtain employment in the country to which the alien would be returned

    (5) The length of residence in the United States;

    (6)The existence of other family members who are or will be legally residing in the United States;

    (7) The financial impact of the alien's departure;

    (8) The impact of a disruption of educational opportunities

    (9) The psychological impact of the alien's deportation;

    (10) The current political and economic conditions in the country to which the alien would be returned

    (11) Family and other ties to the country to which the alien would be returned;

    (12) Contributions to and ties to a community in the United States, including the degree of integration into society;

    (13) Immigration history, including authorized residence in the United States;

    (14) The availability of other means of adjusting to permanent resident status.

  3. #3
    Guest
    I already answered it .

  4. #4
    Guest
    send me an e-mail, may be I have something to share and give you other ideas. Also, a lawyer's presentation is very much needed. My husband and I did a lot of research and our lawyers's office has some views that are presented in a very professional manner.

    Drop me an e-mail.
    blessed_one1@hotmail.com

  5. #5
    Guest
    Thats right. it should be in very professional way and to the level of extreme. but these also have negative impact if not filed properly, thets what we most people forget. Of course lawyers presence very much need... good luck.

  6. #6
    Guest
    Thanks for your help guys!

  7. #7
    Guest
    hi afriend,

    could you please share your experience of hardship waiver ? i read that you are asking spouse to email you...I don't want to use yr email and ask you directly since that email address is for spouse..but I would be grateful if you share whatever is useful regarding this waiver..i am working on one myself..

    thank you soooooooo much

  8. #8
    Guest
    just drop me an email.

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