The facts about this case:
- Client has two United States citizen children.
- The older of the two children had RSV and a medical history of respiratory illness.
- That child receives medical care multiple times each year.
- In the United States the family has excellent health insurance coverage via client’s employer which they would lose if the family relocated to Egypt.
The Ranchod Law Group argued exceptional medical hardship because of this and because conditions in Egypt would aggravate the child’s health.
This problem is also compounded by the unavailability of medical care and medications in Egypt.
We also made additional hardship arguments due to:
- the dangerous conditions in Egypt including terrorism and kidnapping;
- the exceptional financial hardship which would accompany relocation to Egypt as relevant to the children;
- the severe educational deficiencies in Egypt;
- the language barrier;
- emotional/mental health hardship to the children;
among other hardships.
The case was approved in a year and three months.
Additional information in this subject:
- J-1 Visa Success Story: Egyptian national, Form I-612 Waiver Approval
- I-612 Hardship Waiver Approval Success Story for Canadian Native
- J Waiver Approval for a Brazilian national married to a U.S. citizen
- I-612 hardship waiver approval success story and approval letter
- I-612 Waiver Approval and Success Story
- I-612 Waiver Approval: Applied March 9, 2016 Approved July 28, 2016
- I-612 Waiver Approval: Applied Jan 28 2016 Approved July 14, 2016
- I-612 Waiver Approval: July 14, 2016
- I-612 Application for Waiver of the Foreign Residence Requirement