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The outing comes as Amanda confirmed she is currently dating Ryan after announcing her retirement.The items below are just general ideas and are not an inclusive list.The extreme hardship must be proven by the US Citizen / LPR petitioning for the benefit and be written by them (that includes everything listed below).Make sure everything submitted is notarized by the US Citizen.Documents that may help show extreme hardship: Letters from your US Citizen / LPR spouse, children parents which discuss your relationship, how long your relationship has existed, what you bring to the relationship and how that family member would suffer if you are deported.
If it is a difficult case, you may want to also get information about country conditions in your home country, for example about the current job market or education opportunities for children to show the hardship if the family had to move to your country.