Green Card Approval Based on Approved I-360 VAWA (Spouse of Abusive USC) for Kenyan Client in Columbus Ohio

CASE: I-485 Adjustment of Status based on approved I-360 Petition NATIONALITY: Kenyan LOCATION: Columbus, OH Our Kenyan client came to the U.S. in June 2003 on a F-1 student visa. In April 2016, she contacted our office to seek legal representation for her I-360 VAWA self-petition. Our client’s marital life was tough and she was abused by her U.S. Citizen spouse.  With her story and other evidence, our office determined that she would be eligible for I-360 self-petition as a spouse of an 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 prepared and filed her I-360 petition, which included 19 exhibits and a detailed brief to the USCIS on August 12, 2016. Despite our client’s thoroughly prepared I-360 application, in June 2017, the USCIS Vermont Service Center issued a Request for Evidence (RFE).  Specifically, the RFE…

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