Factors deemed relevant in determining extreme hardship to a qualifying relative (normally a spouse or parent) include, but are not limited to, the following:
(1) The presence of lawful permanent resident or U.S. Citizen family ties in the U.S.;
(2) The qualifying relative’s family ties outside the U.S.;
(3) The conditions in the country or countries to which the qualifying relative would relocate and the extent of the qualifying relative’s ties to such countries;
(4) The financial impact of departure from this country; and
(5) Significant conditions of health, particularly when tied to an unavailability of suitable medical care in the country to which the qualifying relative would relocate.