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Does I601 get filed after the interview?

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You can not file the package until after the interview.


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On 11/30/2018 at 5:23 PM, Jawaree said:

After the end f the interview the CO will issue the form to be issued to go with I 601

if it sent  before they will  return it

We filed the 212 with our 130 and they didn’t approve the 212 because we hadn’t gone to the interview yet. Thanks Boiler, you’re always on it 😊 we went to the interview and needed the 212 and 601, my question is at the interview you either qualify for the waiver or don’t right? At the interview they would tell you? 

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Never seen it that they would allow you to file a waiver(s) when there was some non waiverable admissibility.


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On 12/28/2018 at 5:47 PM, Boiler said:

Never seen it that they would allow you to file a waiver(s) when there was some non waiverable admissibility.

Thank you boiler, it’s what I was thinking I don’t believe they would say to file a waiver if you didn’t meet the waiver criteria. I would think they would tell right there correct at the interview there is no waiver available. We filed the 212 with our 601 and have to wait again because we filed it with the 130 and said we needed to go to the interview, out attorney said we could file them together, going on 3 years waiting....Thank you for your response 

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