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have mentioned this a time or two here in the past several years,my wife is european and on a visit to the usa we got married 3 years ago

 

been fighting with immigration for past 3 years to get her legal status adjustment granted, after a few denials, we exhausted our final appeal last year.

 

today in the mail i recieved a final determination to our appeal, in conclusion it reads......

 

"It is noted that the immigration violations commited by the applicant (my wife) are serious in nature and connot be condoned. Nonetheless, the AAO finds that the applicant has established that the favorable factors in her application outweigh the unfavorable factors. Therefore, a favorable exercise of discretion is warrented.

 

In procedings for an application for waiver of grounds of inadmissibility under section...., the burden of proving eligibility rests with the applicant. Here, the applicant has met that burden. Accordingly, the applicant's appeal is sustained."

 

Final order: The appeal is sustained.

 

 

My lawyer is not in town today, so i cannot get confirmatioin on what appears to me, as they are granting her appeal ? Its confusing to me why the order reads "sustained" , so any help confirming that this order grants her appeal ? TIA !!

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i've been googling for an hour and it appears that it is FINALLY GRANTED !!

 

great news, last 3 years, this has stressed the holy chit out of us, time to celebrate tonight !!

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Congrats! Sounds like a decent love story movie in there...wheres Taz...

 

 

Tweet him.

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That's their attempt at being warm and fuzzy and for apologizing to you for the last three years.

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