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Extreme Adversity Cards
Extreme Hardship letters are required to show the hardships and difficulties a US citizen or US permanent resident is facing or will face if their family member’s (applicant) waiver application is not approved. The best way to get results is to develop a letter that, in its appearance, style, and content, conveys information efficiently and effectively, so that the immigration officials understand your situation and are convinced of your hardship. Failure to convey your message in a concise, clear, and courteous manner could enormously affect the outcome of your waiver case.
Specific factors for determining this type of hardship to qualifying relatives includes, but are not limited to:
Health and medical-related vulnerabilities
Educational consequences such as special needs in school, if applicable
Length of residence in the United States, social integration, etc.
Family and community ties in the United States
Financial and employment consequences
Negative or dangerous conditions in the applicant’s country of origin.
These letters are a critical part of your case application and must be written with care, detail and accuracy.
The good news is this is exactly what CartasPro does best. We will explore the question of exactly what are the “extreme suffering” in your case, and how we can demonstrate it. We will write your letter in the most effective way so you can have peace of mind and be able to focus on what you do best.
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