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I'm a bit confused as to why you ticked vawa as an option then expected it to be moved to seperated when the divorce was final. it either happened or it didn't, divorce is irrelevant. this is a guess but they may be looking into the vawa still.

 

 

federal senator. immigration is always federal.

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49 minutes ago, f f said:

I'm a bit confused as to why you ticked vawa as an option then expected it to be moved to seperated when the divorce was final. it either happened or it didn't, divorce is irrelevant. this is a guess but they may be looking into the vawa still.

I did this based on advice from a Lawyer, she said I should tick all 3, because at that time, I had a case that could be argued under VAWA. did not know it would take this long.

 

federal senator. immigration is always federal.

 

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So you filed and 2 years later you had an interview and you've been waiting for almost a year now for a decision.  

 

I agree with contacting your senator.  You can also contact the ombudsman.  Filing for citizenship, I don't think you can do that until 09/07/2017.  That would be 5 years minus 90 days from your POE. 

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1 minute ago, NikLR said:

So you filed and 2 years later you had an interview and you've been waiting for almost a year now for a decision.  

 

I agree with contacting your senator.  You can also contact the ombudsman.  Filing for citizenship, I don't think you can do that until 09/07/2017.  That would be 5 years minus 90 days from your POE. 

If you read my earlier post,  have been following up, calling and writing and they tell me on phone that they cannot discuss my case  and I have also  been stamping my passport which has enabled me work and travel. Its not as if I have been sitting and doing nothing.

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2 minutes ago, NikLR said:

okay it's against TOS to have two accounts.  this needs to be fixed.  I'll report it so we can actually follow what is going on.  

I requested that it should be merged, I will like to keep my Felix 1 account. Thank You

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4 hours ago, IMANCO said:

The USCIS already has all court documents, including the dismissed charges. They have had everything since 2015. I just want to know what I can do at this point? How can I escalate the situation?

I think you will be fine and won't be deported especially as all allegations were bogus claims by her and again, you guys have a child together which shows that you didn't enter the relationship to with an intent. They are holding unto your application to frustrate you but will approve your case in no time. The worst could be, they probably would call you in for a stock interview but you will eventually be approved. That's my personal opinion and I wish you the best of luck bro.

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5 hours ago, Davejj said:

I think you will be fine and won't be deported especially as all allegations were bogus claims by her and again, you guys have a child together which shows that you didn't enter the relationship to with an intent. They are holding unto your application to frustrate you but will approve your case in no time. The worst could be, they probably would call you in for a stock interview but you will eventually be approved. That's my personal opinion and I wish you the best of luck bro.

The bolded isn't true.  The USCIS doesn't hold cases back just to make people angry or frustrate them.  

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13 hours ago, IMANCO said:

state senator or federal senator?

"U.S." means Federal.

Reading accurately, interpreting literally, and following instructions completely & accurately will be the key to anyone's successful immigration process.

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