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Filed: Other Country: United Kingdom

I am currently in my 26th year of the immigration process and I am constantly messed around triple charged on filings.

Son and brother of American citizens, Father born in Europe he became an American; brother born in America.

1st application back in 1990-1993 was lost by the INS told to start again

2nd Application filed in 2003 I waited until 2012 got all the way through to the interview date then was told by an officer 'off the record; there is going to be no interview when you get to London suggest you do not go you will get automatic ban when you leave'.

So I cancelled my interview and not only was I meticulously careful to reactivate an interview within the one year time frame I also recorded myself and the officer cancelling; when I called back in an officer stated I never cancelled in time file deleted when I played the recording the officer became angry stating ok reactivated then hanged up on me; I then received some weeks later a letter stating file deleted. You will need to start process again file a new application new fees etc.

I complained and wrote like crazy for 4 years and got nowhere.

3rd Application filed in 2015 in 2016 I was asked if my Father was still alive due to a life threatening illness he had during my 2nd application I was asked to put him on the phone I stated he is not here I then receive a letter stating the DNA report proving my American Father is my Father they have on file is no longer active and has expired I need to pay and obtain another one my Father must accompany me to a DNA clinic of their choosing and he must provide identification.

I must also provide 2 witness affidavits such as nurses that were at my birth 50 years ago that will swear under oath my Father was present at my birth.

I must provide photographs of my father playing with me as a kid growing up showing he was part of my life.

I must provide school reports of when I was a child naming my father on the reports as addressed to.

I must provide court transcripts from 50 years ago stating my Father was responsible for child support.

I must provide proof my parents were married prior to my birth.

The list went on and on; this is beyond anything normal or sane so I need to file a complaint somewhere at an address that exists as the ones on line do not exist mail comes back.

Please no comments like I am lying or I am telling everything; believe it my file is beyond wacky

Thank you for any input that could help me

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland

Have you complained to the Ombudsman yet?

Truly though, your case is complicated and it sounds like you need a lawyer well versed in immigration and bans, rather than a complaint.

Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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