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withdraw petition I-130

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Filed: Country: Mexico
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Here is my story and hopefully someone can help me. Thank you

I came to the US illegally in 1994 when I was ten years old with my younger brother. My dad was approved for amnesty and became a US citizen three years ago. My mom went back to Mexico for two years and just got her green card about a month ago. My dad petition the I-130 for me back on June 2009 and got an approval notice but since then there has been no progress. I just got married on february after a four year relationship. He became a US citizen last mid year. I just came from the lawyers office my dad had hired and they gave me the whole file of all our documents. They advised me that my dad has to call or send a letter to withdraw the petition. This was very frustrating because the women there at the office have the worst communication skills and I was under the impression that they would take care of the withdrawal. My dad had spoken to them and well it is just extremely frustrating of all this waiting around and miscommunication. I wrote the letter and I am thinking on sending it tomorrow by UPS next day air to the california sc. My husband and I want to do the paperwork ourselves but we are afraid they will ask me to leave the country.

Do you think they will ask me to leave the country ?

Thank you in advance.

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you might want to check in with http://www.immigrate2us.net as they handle harder cases,

VJ handles easy cases, so most of the SME's know process and forms for casetypes WITHOUT your problems.

immigrate2us.net, otoh, has SME's that are well versed in what you need to do.. there's lots of topics there that mirror your situation, suggest you visit there and read a bit/lot.

Good Luck !


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I suggest you do not withdraw your I-130. They will ask you to leave the country because you came in illegally, but they might be able to leave you here since you have a previous approved petition from your dad. I am not a lawyer but it is from personal knowledge. I wouldnt pull the petition until you hire a lawyer to help you because if you DO leave you are gonna need a waiver and you definately want a lawyer for that. More than one petition wont hurt you. Dont do anything without consulting an attorney


April 2008- Met in person at Friday's Restaurant for dinner

July 2008 - Dating

Nov 2008 - He proposed!

July 25th 2009 - I do! Best day of my life

USCIS

July 26th 2011 - USCIS received I-130 ( I hate that we waited a long time, i guess at least we wont have to remove conditions)

Feb 8th 2012 - APPROVED!!! (197 Days or 6 1/2 months from NOA1)

NVC

Feb 21st 2012- Assign case number (13 days from approval)

March 9th 2012-Packet IV sent to NVC

March 14th 2012-NVC closed my case in 3 DAYS!!! Waiting for interview date = Nerve wrecking

Consulate

March 16th 2012-Biometrics Appointment

May 17th 2012-Interview day!!!

May 18th 2012-Will see my family again after more than 10 years...

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Filed: Country: Mexico
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you might want to check in with http://www.immigrate2us.net as they handle harder cases,

VJ handles easy cases, so most of the SME's know process and forms for casetypes WITHOUT your problems.

immigrate2us.net, otoh, has SME's that are well versed in what you need to do.. there's lots of topics there that mirror your situation, suggest you visit there and read a bit/lot.

Good Luck !

Thank you for the link, I will definitely look into it.

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