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Well tomorrow we will be mailing out letter to withdraw our application. I say we just got dealt a bad hand with the IO who gave us a second review. Better luck next time! It says it's up to someone at the field office whether or not they will honor the request for withdrawal. If they don't honor the request they proceed forward.


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Withdrawing is not advisable. Proceed and send the requested info. You are near the finish line, and quiting at the 1in line is silly.


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21 minutes ago, cyclone27 said:

Withdrawing is not advisable. Proceed and send the requested info. You are near the finish line, and quiting at the 1in line is silly.

1 in line?


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There isn’t any reason for you to pull it if all they requested of you is to was more documentation. If you pull that now, it would not change when next you apply because they would then ask more questions with regards why you canceled you previous application and even more scrutiny. It won’t affect his residency even if he is denied. 

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10 minutes ago, Sexyafrican36 said:

There isn’t any reason for you to pull it if all they requested of you is to was more documentation. If you pull that now, it would not change when next you apply because they would then ask more questions with regards why you canceled you previous application and even more scrutiny. It won’t affect his residency even if he is denied. 

I read from a different thread for filing on the 5 year rule the burden is on USCIS to prove that the relationship is not legitimate whereas the 3 year rule it'd on the applicant to prove its legitimate. There's no signs of fraud in our case they will have a hard time finding something.

 

Also the RFE said if we pull it, it won't effect any applications submitted in the future and will hold no prejudice.

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It doesn’t matter if you file 3 7-8 years as long as you got you GC through marriage they will always ask questions. Like I said if you have nothing to hide then there should be no reason to be worried but then again It is your choice 

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1 minute ago, Sexyafrican36 said:

It doesn’t matter if you file 3 7-8 years as long as you got you GC through marriage they will always ask questions. Like I said if you have nothing to hide then there should be no reason to be worried but then again It is your choice 

We have nothing to hide yes but our file is too thin.


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If your file was too thin you would not have been approved for removal of conditions.

 

 


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Biometrics Appointment.....

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31 minutes ago, corvusheart said:

I have yet to find another person on here who got a RFE post N400 interview.

Actually there are lots of threads on that. 


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4 hours ago, Ontarkie said:

Actually there are lots of threads on that. 

I haven't seen any when searching.


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If you don't go out, or have much of a paper trail, do you have each other's as beneficiaries on savings/retirement/pension or life insurance accounts? Will, living will? Emergency contact? State ID or driver's licence at the same address? Did you allow your husband to get his driver's licence? 

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52 minutes ago, Lemonslice said:

If you don't go out, or have much of a paper trail, do you have each other's as beneficiaries on savings/retirement/pension or life insurance accounts? Will, living will? Emergency contact? State ID or driver's licence at the same address? Did you allow your husband to get his driver's licence? 

No Will. No life insurance. Submitted emergency contact with initial application. We did send a copy of my driver's license and his state ID. We both agreed that it's best for him to wait to drive till he's a citizen in case he gets a ticket.


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