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AAO 212(h) Hardship Victory; Mexico; Drug Conviction

"The favorable factors in the applicant's case include the extreme hardship his spouse would suffer as a result of his inadmissibility; his other family ties to the United States; the lack of any criminal record beyond the conviction for possession of marijuana, and, as attested to by numerous...

AAO 212(i) Hardship Victory; Mexico, Alien Smuggling, False Claim

Tarik H. Sultan writes: "Applicant, married to U.S. citizen husband with U.S. citizen children, filed adjustment with INA § 212(i) waiver to address pre-1996 false claim to citizenship. USCIS denied adjustment, finding her inadmissible for alien smuggling because her underage brother had also...

AAO 212(h) Hardship Waiver Victory: Matter of D-M-V-, ID# 15302

Matter of D-M-V-, ID# 15302 (AAO Jan. 28, 2016) - "The Applicant was found to be inadmissible to the United States pursuant to section 212(a)(2)(A)(i)(I) of the Act, 8 U.S.C. § 1182(a)(2)(A)(i)(I), for having been convicted of crimes involving moral turpitude. He filed a Form 1-601, Application...

AAO 212(h) CIMT Victory: Matter of A-A-N-V-

Matter of A-A-N-V-, ID# 14511 (AAO Feb. 26, 2016) - "The record reflects that on 1997, in the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit Court, Florida, the Applicant was convicted of Burglary of Conveyance, a third degree felony, in violation for Fla. Stat.§ 810.02(1). The record further reflects that on...