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VAWA I-360 Petition (Spouse of Abusive USC) Approval for Saudi Arabian Client in Georgia

by JP Sarmiento on August 11, 2017

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CASE: I-360 Petition

NATIONALITY: Saudi Arabian

LOCATION: Ohio

Our client is from Saudi Arabia who came to the U.S. on an F-1 Visa in 2010.  She had a U.S. citizen husband who filed an I-130 petition for him. However, their relationship did not work out and they ended up in divorce.

In July 2016, she contacted our office to seek legal representation for her I-360 petition. According to her story, they had to get divorced because her husband was very abusive. With her story and other evidence, our office determined that she would be eligible for a VAWA I-360 self-petition as a spouse of abusive U.S. citizen.

Our client experienced domestic violence and spousal abuse during her marriage. Her husband physically and mentally abused our client throughout the years. Thus, we filed and prepared her I-360 petition, which included 14 exhibits and a detailed brief to the USCIS Vermont Service Center on August 11, 2016.  

Finally, on July 25, 2017, the USCIS Vermont Service Center approved our client’s I-360 petition. With the approved I-360, our client can file her I-485 adjustment of status application to the USCIS for her permanent residency.

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