Our client, a native and citizen of Pakistan, was accused of fraudulent misrepresentation before an Immigration Judge in Miami. When he retained our firm, he had appealed his case to the Board of Immigration Appeals and to the 11th Circuit Federal Appeals Court and was denied at each level. Since his denial, he and his wife had another child. Our firm filed a motion to reopen his case with the Immigration Judge who forwarded the motion to the Board of Immigration Appeals. The Board of Immigration Appeals, examining the record as a whole, including our motion to reopen, decided to reopen the case on their own. Once back in the Miami immigration court, we filed an I-601 waiver and our client was granted adjustment of status with a waiver after a long individual hearing.