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Hi this is Koscheck Ranchod from the Ranchod Law Group today I'm going to answer a question that has been on people's minds and it's about the i-601 a waiver and I want to share a success story of a recent case where we got the waiver approved for someone who entered on daca came here as a child doesn't know Spanish very well and if his wife was to return home she would face extreme hardship because financially she wouldn't be able to support herself and on top of it she's pregnant any of you have kids know how expensive it is to have kids well if she would go back to Mexico with her husband they wouldn't be able to support themselves especially with the child so that's what we had argued to prove extreme hardship we also argued that she had suffered a very difficult childhood had mental conditions now this is all about the u.s. citizen because the hardship has to be about the US citizen not about the immigrant you if you've entered illegally it's not about you it's about your spouse who entered or is here as a US citizen because that's what the law provides is that if use the citizen had to return to your spouse's home country that's another prerequisite that if you're married to a spouse a US citizen or permanent resident then you're eligible for this i-601 a waiver and if you want to know more about the i-601 able waiver and death take a look at our other videos so I digressed I'm going to go back to you know the hardships that we focused on so we talked about mental hardship we talked about financial hardship additionally we also argued about the extensive country conditions that are prevalent in Mexico about the gang violence the lack of access to health care cetera that are going on in certain regions of Manko we used all of those arguments to create an extreme hardship case that was approved the big question that I've been getting since I've shared the success story is that do you need to have applied for daca been approved for daca in order to qualify for the i-601 any waivers I don't want you to be confused about this specific case that this person had daca you do not need to have been approved for daca you never you don't need to have applied for daca if you're married to a u.s. citizen or if you're a child and you have a parent who is a US citizen you might be able to qualify for this specific AIESEC so when a waiver and it can also be a permanent resident as well so as you can see every case is unique every case has unique factors so I invite you to contact our office at nine twenty six six one three three five five three or email us at info at Ranchod law to.