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Alan Lee writes: "Attached is another recent I-601 win at the AAO. In this case, the qualifying relatives were the applicant's U. S. citizen wife and permanent resident parents. The portion of the field office denial relating to the case was a peremptory paragraph of 13 lines focusing mainly on lack of hardship to the wife with one sentence devoted to the father's hardship. The AAO decision did not speak of the hardship to the wife, but instead focused on the father's extreme hardship, finding that he would suffer extreme hardship if he decided to remain in the U. S. or returned to China to accompany his son."