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Hi everyone,

I have a question regarding one of my friend's status on ROC.

She filed on Aug of 2009 to remover her conditions, she got her bio letter and did all that, then she got a RFE to send more evidence and she did send it on Jan of 2010. Now, she has no update and does not know what to do. Her proof of evidence is very basic since they were both unemployed for a certain time and were living under the roof of their relatives. They sent the following:

Joint bank accounts

Life insurance with their names as 100% beneficieries

Pictures

Auto insurance with both of their names as owners

Title of their cars with both ownership on their cars

Affidavit letters

Leasing letter with their names on it.

What can they do?

And also, can she apply for naturalization while still pending approval of ROC? Her 3 years will be in November.

Thanks


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Hi everyone,

I have a question regarding one of my friend's status on ROC.

She filed on Aug of 2009 to remover her conditions, she got her bio letter and did all that, then she got a RFE to send more evidence and she did send it on Jan of 2010. Now, she has no update and does not know what to do. Her proof of evidence is very basic since they were both unemployed for a certain time and were living under the roof of their relatives. They sent the following:

Joint bank accounts

Life insurance with their names as 100% beneficieries

Pictures

Auto insurance with both of their names as owners

Title of their cars with both ownership on their cars

Affidavit letters

Leasing letter with their names on it.

What can they do?

And also, can she apply for naturalization while still pending approval of ROC? Her 3 years will be in November.

Thanks

1) Is this what she sent after or before the RFE?

2) Your friend waited to long to respond the RFE

3) she should get the help of a lawyer and/or get the local congressman involved ASAP

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1) Is this what she sent after or before the RFE?

2) Your friend waited to long to respond the RFE

3) she should get the help of a lawyer and/or get the local congressman involved ASAP

1.The stuff listed is what she send before the RFE

2.I think they give them a window of 30 days and she responded before that becuase she was trying to gather more stuff.

3.How does she get into contact with a congressman?


Married: 2007-03-17 (Monterrey Mexico)

Visa K3

Enter US: 2008-03-03

Adjustment of Status

CIS Office : Houston TX

Date Filed : 2008-03-17

Interview Date : 2008-07-18

Greencard Received: 2008-08-05

Lifting Conditions I-751

USCIS office: Vermont Service Center

Date filed: 04-19-2010

Date Packet received : 04-21-2010

NOA dated: 04-22-2010

Check Cashed date: 04-23-2010

Biometrics Appointment: 05-28-2010

Approved : 07-20-2010

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some options, for today:

1. call USCIS, get immigration specialist (not the first person ya talk to) and initiate a service request

2. contact immigration liason staffer at US REP / US Senator office, fill out the info release form, then have that ILS contact USCIS.

as to 'how to contact congressman' - uhm - use the google or white pages telephone book?


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Usually they take their time in resuming cases after the RFE as they have a reason to blame the applicant for the delay.

Here what I would have done.

1) Call the 1-800 helpline. Ask for your call to be escalated and place a service request.

2)Schedule an infopass and speak to an officer directly. Sometimes you are lucky and there is a helpful soul there.

3)Find the web-page to your local COngressman and Senator. they usually have a page pertaining to Immigration cases. Follow their guidlines and send in the relevant information. If they want to, they can atleast expedite a response from USCIS.

Good Luck.


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So this is terrible news but we have our hopes up that this is totally a mistake. By the way I am posting on her behalf because she is barely getting an account in this website but truly appreciates all the help.

Her file was never touched and she filed in Aug of 2009. She kept calling the 1-800 number and all they said was that it was taking time but that it was usual. She then received an RFE to request for more evidence in Jan, and send back more evidence in that same month. She never got an update or touch on her case. She called a couple of weeks ago to change her address. They did. Then she called again to request a check up or something like that and they filed that under the service name "Outside normal processing times". She then got a letter yesterday saying that her case was denied.

She doesnt know what to do. This is totally outside the processing steps, she never got an interviewed, and have not even informed her officially that her case was denied. What I mean is that this letter she received is not an RFE or some kind like that.

HELP Please..


Married: 2007-03-17 (Monterrey Mexico)

Visa K3

Enter US: 2008-03-03

Adjustment of Status

CIS Office : Houston TX

Date Filed : 2008-03-17

Interview Date : 2008-07-18

Greencard Received: 2008-08-05

Lifting Conditions I-751

USCIS office: Vermont Service Center

Date filed: 04-19-2010

Date Packet received : 04-21-2010

NOA dated: 04-22-2010

Check Cashed date: 04-23-2010

Biometrics Appointment: 05-28-2010

Approved : 07-20-2010

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are you around? did you read all in the thread?

i understand 'what was done'

but i've no understanding of 'did you do what was suggested' ...

so

why not do, what was suggested?

IMO, a ILS would have solved all.


Sometimes my language usage seems confusing - please feel free to 'read it twice', just in case !
Ya know, you can find the answer to your question with the advanced search tool, when using a PC? Ditch the handphone, come back later on a PC, and try again.

-=-=-=-=-=R E A D ! ! !=-=-=-=-=-

Whoa Nelly ! Want NVC Info? see http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/NVC_Process

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what reasons did the letter state for the denial?

This letter does not state the reasons, it just says "a notice will be sent to your address, if not you should file form G-639"

I know that my friend trusted the agents on the 1-800 number and she just waited as they say. It was really hard to get a hold of the congressmen and her area. She does not have much knowledge on immigration stuff and innocently just waited as told to do so.

What can she do now??


Married: 2007-03-17 (Monterrey Mexico)

Visa K3

Enter US: 2008-03-03

Adjustment of Status

CIS Office : Houston TX

Date Filed : 2008-03-17

Interview Date : 2008-07-18

Greencard Received: 2008-08-05

Lifting Conditions I-751

USCIS office: Vermont Service Center

Date filed: 04-19-2010

Date Packet received : 04-21-2010

NOA dated: 04-22-2010

Check Cashed date: 04-23-2010

Biometrics Appointment: 05-28-2010

Approved : 07-20-2010

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Sometimes my language usage seems confusing - please feel free to 'read it twice', just in case !
Ya know, you can find the answer to your question with the advanced search tool, when using a PC? Ditch the handphone, come back later on a PC, and try again.

-=-=-=-=-=R E A D ! ! !=-=-=-=-=-

Whoa Nelly ! Want NVC Info? see http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/NVC_Process

Congratulations on your approval ! We All Applaud your accomplishment with Most Wonderful Kissies !

 

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