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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ghana
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Someone from your state.

Other senators may not be as willing to help someone who is not in their jurisdiction.


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Senators are in Washington to usually represent the state. Your US Representative is there to represent you and other citizens of the state.

Find out what district you are in, and then you can find your representative.


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Senators are in Washington to usually represent the state. Your US Representative is there to represent you and other citizens of the state.

Find out what district you are in, and then you can find your representative.

I asked this question because i know somebody who works in the Senator office in another state, I am not sure that asking a favor would make any difference in my case???? I also don't want this to be back fired by using other state's senator services????

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I was told by my attorney that the Senator must be from your state, since he would be the one that represents you. But, I've known lawyers to be wrong so.... :whistle:


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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Thailand
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I am wondering if somebody takes an initiative to have Senator requested an inquire about the petition, Does this Senator have to be from your resident state or it can be any US Senator. Thanks guys and Good Luck. :thumbs:

Only a Senator from your State can do anything for you. They all require a release form from you which you can get from thier web site.

You will find what they can & will do is limited & does not happen fast as you would like. The Senator has a staff member that simply calls to inquire. That inquiry results in a letter to you which simply says what you already know. From the time you call to when you recieve info may be a month or more.

This was my experiance with a California Senators office. In the end what they found & relayed to me was wrong & I knew more than they did by the time they sent the letter & then remembered to call me. I had to call them & when I did I had just talked to USCIS & had completly different info than Senators office.

I wouldnt put too much faith in them. The idea that they can do something special is reserved for very special siuations.

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Russia
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I think the generic response you may get from the Senators office will be that he will contact USCIS and say that he has an 'interest' in the case. Maybe it is enough just to get some lackey to pick up your case and do something with it. Who knows....


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