Depression-I have suffered from moderate depression in the past and controlled this condition with anti-depressants called Celexa for 2 years.
Since my marriage I have been able to successfully control this condition without medication.
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Instead of posting these under "Needed: letters illustrating extreme hardship under I-601", I thought creating a new thread would be easier to read. I hope it helps others avoid the mistake of not making their family member's hardships their own. We have been together for about 6 years and married almost 4.
Care of ***X's Grandmother-While seeking to purchase our first home together in 2003 we specifically looked at homes with additional living quarters for my grandmother, ***X ***X who is 79 years old.
I am locally the only capable living family members to care for her into her older years.
He does not speak Spanish and is well integrated in his current cultural setting; his future development could be at risk if he were to lose constant contact with his father or be forced to move to another country.
It would not be possible for me to find comparable work in Mexico and would drastically reduce our income if forced to relocate. As part of my employment I also have paid educational opportunities, life and health insurance, and career advancement opportunities which would all have to be forfeited if forced to relocate.
Even if I was able to be employed in Mexico the benefits I receive in my current job are not typical of employment practices in similar occupations in Mexico.
Work-I earn more than the average wage for my degree type in the United States.
I am very accomplished in my field of employment and have an excellent work reputation that allows for substantial pay increases on a regular basis.