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I feel like TSC is playing on us!

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As I tell you before, this is my second time I received the RFE from TSC.

Today my husband received an hardcopy which tells us to send them the proof that my husband is an USC.

Omg I have no words to say about TSC anymore.

My husband sent his passport in the I-130 package already. His passport can't prove that he is an USC?

A member of this forum said to me that when the TSC run out of time they just send a RFE asking for anything so they can reset the clock.

Now I can believe it's right and I feel like they are playing on us.

And I have a question: "What should I do now?".

Should I call them tomorrow to solve the problem or I have to send my husband's passport again and WAIT FOR 2 MONTHS AGAIN?

It's so good that my case has been in TSC for 8 months til now =.="

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As I tell you before, this is my second time I received the RFE from TSC.

Today my husband received an hardcopy which tells us to send them the proof that my husband is an USC.

Omg I have no words to say about TSC anymore.

My husband sent his passport in the I-130 package already. His passport can't prove that he is an USC?

A member of this forum said to me that when the TSC run out of time they just send a RFE asking for anything so they can reset the clock.

Now I can believe it's right and I feel like they are playing on us.

And I have a question: "What should I do now?".

Should I call them tomorrow to solve the problem or I have to send my husband's passport again and WAIT FOR 2 MONTHS AGAIN?

It's so good that my case has been in TSC for 8 months til now =.="

Did he send all pages front cover to back cover even all the blank pages?

"It's so good that my case has been in TSC for 8 months til now =.=:

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As I tell you before, this is my second time I received the RFE from TSC.

Today my husband received an hardcopy which tells us to send them the proof that my husband is an USC.

Omg I have no words to say about TSC anymore.

My husband sent his passport in the I-130 package already. His passport can't prove that he is an USC?

A member of this forum said to me that when the TSC run out of time they just send a RFE asking for anything so they can reset the clock.

Now I can believe it's right and I feel like they are playing on us.

And I have a question: "What should I do now?".

Should I call them tomorrow to solve the problem or I have to send my husband's passport again and WAIT FOR 2 MONTHS AGAIN?

It's so good that my case has been in TSC for 8 months til now =.="

Send your husband's birth certificate (or his naturalization certificate if he is a naturalized US citizen). That is another proof of US citizenship.

Edited by Butterfly307

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Did he send all pages front cover to back cover even all the blank pages?

"It's so good that my case has been in TSC for 8 months til now =.=:

:(

They just require a copy of the biographic info from Beneficiary's passport

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Send your husband's birth certificate (or his naturalization certificate if he is a naturalized US citizen). That is another proof of US citizenship.

Thank you for your advise. I think I should send both of it =.="

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They just require a copy of the biographic info from Beneficiary's passport

I know what the requirement says. I am just asking to get a basis of the situation. Good luck and others have stated send the birth certificate, make sure that is front and back...that you do need.

Maybe I jumped the gun and assumed he's a naturalized citizen. Maybe he isn't.

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I know what the requirement says. I am just asking to get a basis of the situation. Good luck and others have stated send the birth certificate, make sure that is front and back...that you do need.

Maybe I jumped the gun and assumed he's a naturalized citizen. Maybe he isn't.

My husband is a naturalized citizen and he is a Marine. I thought our case is a type of special case and we ask for expedited process. The USCIS sent me an accept and what it happens is waiting 8 months. I have no idea when our case can get out of TSC :cry: :cry: :cry:

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