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Can a beneficiary talk to an officer at CSC on the phone?

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Hi eveyone. How are you doing?

I have a question: Can a beneficiary call CSC and talk to an officer there?

Well, do they take a beneficiary seriously or are they just gonna tell me to make my fiancee call?

The problem we are encountering is that our RFE letter is stuck at the clerical office at CSC over a week....

We cannot believe it is taking them this long just to send out a letter.... Crazy...

It has already been 7 months since our NOA1 date.... Well, they RFEed us after we became outside of the normal processing time :angry: They wanna make us wait even longer without sending out RFE letter to us....

My fiancee has been calling them and asking them to send out the letter, but they obviously have not sent it out yet....

So, I was thinking to make a phone call.... Well, it might not help at all, but I think it worths a try...

Have anyone, who are beneficiaries, called and talked to an officer at CSC before?

Did they listen to you?

If anyone have a good idea to have our case moving forward, please let us know.

(We are gonna call CIS ombudsman when the next processing time is up...We already contacted US Senators and congressman....) We just want to receive our RFE letter, so that we can at lease move forward....

We are really really stuck with CSC... :crying: Please give us any of your suggestions.

Thank you

Nao


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hi,

I have called CSC hotline and done that calling. and NO, they don't give infos to beneficiary, they just told me to let my petitioner call them and not me because they only give information to the petitioner.

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hi,

I have called CSC hotline and done that calling. and NO, they don't give infos to beneficiary, they just told me to let my petitioner call them and not me because they only give information to the petitioner.

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Just say your the petitioner. Put on an american accent lol................JOKE!!! :whistle:


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hi,

I have called CSC hotline and done that calling. and NO, they don't give infos to beneficiary, they just told me to let my petitioner call them and not me because they only give information to the petitioner.

Shape

Just say your the petitioner. Put on an american accent lol................JOKE!!! :whistle:

well obviously i have a female voice, and can't copy a male's voice. :lol:

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I would have your fiance call, he is the petitioner after all. I would give it a bit more time before you call though...I know you've waited so long but CSC is generally very very slow.

After you get your NOA2, you as the beneficiary is allowed to call NVC (National Visa Center) and DoS (Department of State)

So after this, you can be apart of it too.

Best of luck!


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If you are finding that the delay becomes even more unreasonable - a week to send out a letter isn't unusual - your fiance may wish to involve his senator or representative again. He would need to visit their office, fill out the request form giving them authorization, and then they can investigate the hold-up of this RFE on his behalf. Good luck in shaking that letter loose soon.

I can't help but add an observation: why would they take the beneficiary seriously when they don't take the petitioner who is a voting US citizen seriously? It is a very sad, sad situation.


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