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sandiego2013

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    California

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    Houston TX
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    Egypt

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  1. Actually, my lawyer knows where's the case being stuck at. That's why there's no option other than suing the government. we been help for over 4 years since our first 130 took a place. Sure, i will post you updated on every step on this matter inshaAllah.
  2. Thank you for being interactive with my post. Actually, we are you to sue or file lawsuits against multiple agencies include DHL, DOS, FBI, and ICE. The cost will vary from a lawsuit to another, also it depends how long it will take it get resolved or closed. However, my lawyer started handling my case since April 2017. I am paying him around 20k just to start the lawsuit and should be filed by July this year at one of the circuit courts in Washington DC where it accepts these types of litigation. If the case somehow went further what we expect, it will cost somewhere around 100k. My lawyer is dealing with these type of case which %100 of then ended with positive results. He's expert in this area. Thanks
  3. My bad, the case will be the filing of litigation. Means will sue the DOS
  4. Hello everyone, Just wanted to share with you my case updates. Also joining you the patience and the stressful feeling. My wife and I got married in Feb 2014 in Texas, and we have two girls also, been living together since then. Our case got transferred to US Embassy in Egypt in Jan 2016, and we got interviewed in the same month, the second interview took a place on Feb 10th 2016. Since then we have been in AP. The last request was from the embassy back to May 2017 and they requested my 10 years travel history which I responded on may 15th. Every other month we trying to reach the embassy to get an update on our case but the embassy always response with the same generic response. Therefore; my lawyer willing to move forward with an allegation case at one of the circuit courts in the United States, in order to get our case to move on. Actually, we have been trying to postpone this action since last year but we feel we should move forward with this allegation since there's no other option. My question; have anyone here ever filled something like that before, if so, what was the outcome? Thanks
  5. Actually my lawyer still working on the case to get resolved in different way than to file against the DOS. However, we giving it till the end of the year if it does not got done then he will go ahead with the Filling Writ Mandamus. My advise to you try to work out on your case with a talent lawyer in this zone who could find certain ways to resolve you case before to file Writ Mandamus because if it got denied then you case will go back to USCIS and it will take you another 10 month to move it back to the embassy. Good luck.
  6. That's what the two officers stated at the second interview in the embassy.
  7. They only take clearance requests from government or federal agencies.
  8. Well, my lawyer has similar case were in AP for 18 month and the applicant got his visa within 60 days of filling writ mandamus. So the case was successful.
  9. It doesn't matters still she could file as she's a part of the case.
  10. I took look into it already, and actually I'm living it myself . Hopefully we get out of this situation soon and wake up from this nightmare.
  11. Im not in US but my wife she's the one going to fill against DOS.
  12. Yea that's really crazy. We actually thinking to go back to Egypt by April 2nd. We have no other option.
  13. Just to let you know that, the bottom line of my case is. I been targeted by FBI agent to work as informant and spy on muslim communities in US, and his deal was to me is make everything easy and smooth for me if I would agree and work with him otherwise everything it could be hard and difficult. And that exactly what happened, i been victimized, discriminated and harassed by him, just because he think himself above the law and he can use the nasty dirty way in order to challenge you. So from my prospective is the only way that my wife and I can get our case move on is the federal court. As everyone saw that in past couple of weeks how was things goes with executive order, the federal court could challenge anyone even the president. I believe I never done nothing wrong or illegal in whole entire period I been in US, and whatever it's going on with me now is the result of been victim to the most corrupted officer I have met in my life. And by the way the two officers met with me at the day of the interview admitted that I'm cleared but the would help me out and get my clearance within 3-4 month. Now we been over 13 month and we believe that the FBI behind this delay and they don't want to send the clearance.
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