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Card still not in production after lengthy ROC process (Split)

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I received my Green Card in June of 2006 and when it came time to have the conditions removed, the officer at the USCIS took away my card saying that I did not have sufficient proof to remove the conditions on my card!!! That's when it all went down hill..... My case had been pending since 2008, yes 2008!!!!! Finally after 8years of back n forth with the USCIS the conditions on my Green Card were removed by the USCIS Judge no less on the 1st of June 2016 and all limitation etc were waived and I was to get reissued my Green Card!

Guess what...... I have the approval notice, the Judge's court order and all the other documents that clearly show that I have been approved and I am yet to receive my Green Card and today is the 27th of September 2016!!!!!

I have had numerous calls to the USCIS help desk and I get the same old same old " it has been approved "!!!! I also got a couple info pass appointments and went to the local USCIS location in my city and the officers there too do not have a clear answer or explanation as to why it is taking so long to get my card. But they said that it had not yet gone into production!!!!!!!

If anyone has any insights in this matter or has had similar experience please let me know.

Thanks in advance.

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You might be the all time record my friend! 8 years?? You have my sympathy. If you don't mind sharing, what exactly happened? Was it due to pending background checks? RFEs/maybe multiple interviews? When did you decide to sue them? How long did it take? I don't think anybody experienced court decisions like you went through. Your experience would be valuable for future.

Regarding printing your new card, I think you should also seek your congressperson's assistance. Probably it's a glitch in their system that the card production facility never received your approval notice. USCIS takes congressional inquiries very seriously. It would be much more effective than infopass, etc. Good luck!

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Chickaroo....I think there is some movement on files that needs to happen between EOIR and USCIS. I think from the date of decision, it is about 120 days before they produce the card. You should get it soon. Today should be the last day and probably you will hear something next week.

Charmander, seems like OP was in removal proceedings and did not sue them. He seems to have been granted ROC by the immigration judge.

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