Attorney Sarah Okuh helped a client with a very lengthy immigration history finally obtain her lawful permanent residency before the Immigration Court. The client had entered the United States more than twenty years ago with a K-1 fiancé visa and timely married her spouse, but the parties divorced before she obtained her residency. Due to the tight restrictions on K-1 fiancé visa holders, the client could not adjust her status even through a subsequent marriage. With Attorney Sarah Okuh’s help, this client was able to argue that Matter of Sesay, 25 I&N Dec. 431 (BIA 2011), allowed her to adjust her status on the basis of the original relationship even many years later because she had obtained more than 40 quarters of qualifying work as defined by the Social Security Administration and, therefore, was no longer subject to the affidavit of support requirement. This individual is married to a lawful permanent resident and is the mother of three U.S. citizen children who are very dependent upon her, and she will now be able to remain safely in the United States with her family.