Attorney Sarah Okuh successfully assisted an individual who had resided in the United States for over 20 years in a complex immigration matter. The individual had entered the United States using false documents after fleeing persecution in her home country. She was placed into immigration court proceedings and ordered removed. She later married a U.S. citizen, but she was ineligible to adjust her status without a waiver of inadmissibility. Her waiver was initially denied by USCIS due to a lack of documentation regarding the hardship that her spouse would experience if she was unable to remain in the United States. She contacted Attorney Okuh, who helped her reopen the waiver application with USCIS and provide additional compelling documentation regarding hardship. USCIS reopened, reconsidered, and approved the waiver.