USCIS Approves I-751 Petition to Remove Conditions on Permanent Residency
We are pleased to announce that the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recently approved the issuance of a Permanent Residence Card (Green Card) for our Client.
Our Client had previously filed a I-751 Adjustment of Status based upon marriage. Our client was granted conditional permanent residence status in mid-2017, however, her marriage had ended in a early divorce due to circumstances out of the client’s control. The Law Offices of Edward C. Chen was called to represent the client with only two weeks notice prior to the interview date.
After carefully reviewing the case, we met with the client to discuss the likely issues that the petition would be faced with. With our extensive legal experience and knowledge of the relevant immigration law at issue, we were able to prepare a strong argument in favor of waiving the requirements of filing a joint petition to remove conditions on permanent residency.
Our client’s petition was granted and approved just over one week after the interview date.
This case is just one small example of how the Law Offices of Edward C. Chen was able to communicate with a client, develop a strong strategy and solution to face the legal issues at hand, and ultimately obtaining the best and most effective result of approval for the client.
If you are facing similar legal issues and would like to speak with an attorney, please contact us so we can discuss the best strategy for you.