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Filed Jan 2014, still nothing- what to do? (split)

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Hello everyone! Myself and my ex were married for a year and the relationship fell apart due to infidelity on her part, we didn't even last 2 years before we divorced. 1 year after my divorce which was 4 months before my 2years CG expires I sent in my application for removal of conditional residency on my green card( Dec 22nd 2013) and it was received on Jan 6th 2014,after which I got an extention letter for a period of 1 year. After that I went for my Biometrics,then 4 months after they sent me another letter Requesting for more evidence to proof that my marriage was in good faith even though it already ended in divorce. I mailed in few affidavits from friends that knew about our marriage and since then I haven't heard a word!. In Oct 2014 I called the USCIS and was told my case has been transferred to my local service center and should expect to hear from them within 14days. 5 days (15th Oct 2014) after my call to the USCIS I received a letter from my local service center acknowledging the receipt of my call and making me understand that they are yet to conclude on my case and will get back to me on their final decision. My lawyer made me understand that their final decision could be ''receiving my 10 years GC in the mail or a letter for an interview''. So it is now Dec 20th 2014 65days after their last mail and I am yet to hear a word!! What could be happening?!> Is anyone experiencing this same long wait?

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Hello everyone! Myself and my ex were married for a year and the relationship fell apart due to infidelity on her part, we didn't even last 2 years before we divorced. 1 year after my divorce which was 4 months before my 2years CG expires I sent in my application for removal of conditional residency on my green card( Dec 22nd 2013) and it was received on Jan 6th 2014,after which I got an extention letter for a period of 1 year. After that I went for my Biometrics,then 4 months after they sent me another letter Requesting for more evidence to proof that my marriage was in good faith even though it already ended in divorce. I mailed in few affidavits from friends that knew about our marriage and since then I haven't heard a word!. In Oct 2014 I called the USCIS and was told my case has been transferred to my local service center and should expect to hear from them within 14days. 5 days (15th Oct 2014) after my call to the USCIS I received a letter from my local service center acknowledging the receipt of my call and making me understand that they are yet to conclude on my case and will get back to me on their final decision. My lawyer made me understand that their final decision could be ''receiving my 10 years GC in the mail or a letter for an interview''. So it is now Dec 20th 2014 65days after their last mail and I am yet to hear a word!! What could be happening?!> Is anyone experiencing this same long wait?

Make an infopass appointment at your local USCIS office!

https://infopass.uscis.gov/infopass.php

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