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    Help with i601a process.

    We just got our i130 approved, and I know the next step is the wavier. We have an attorney. My question is for the those who had an attorney for the wavier part what was your responsibility and what was the attorneys for preparing the wavier. Just curious. Thanks

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    The attorney will write a legal brief where your hardship letter is one of many evidence. You are responsible for writing the hardship letter and your attorney should help you to write one. Your attorney will also ask you to collect evidence that are claimed in the legal brief.

    It is important to be involved in researching potential hardships. Don't leave it to attorney alone. This is not to say that the attorney may not do his job but just remember as with any research more than one brain usually helps.

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