Nicolas Chavez writes: "I have attached a BIA decision that we received last month. Our client recently gave us written permission to publish it in its entirety. This is a non-LPR cancellation case. We challenged the IJ's decision on several fronts, but what is significant about this case is that the BIA agreed that we had met the high hardship standard based on the qualifying child's "extraordinary academic achievements and potential." Its a reminder for a colleagues that we should always look deeper into the qualifying relative's academic records and potential, when arguing hardship." - Matter of Andrade, A097-681-046 - Dallas, Sept. 17, 2012, unpub.