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Hello,

 

we filed my husband’s I601 waiver for grounds of Inadmissibility on 3-16-18. That is the official date it was received. We are now 2 months outside of the normal processing time listed on the USCIS website.

 

The service center is Nebraska.. anyone out here recently gone through the process and have a better timeframe?? 

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On 6/6/2019 at 8:40 AM, Djsim218 said:

Hello,

 

we filed my husband’s I601 waiver for grounds of Inadmissibility on 3-16-18. That is the official date it was received. We are now 2 months outside of the normal processing time listed on the USCIS website.

 

The service center is Nebraska.. anyone out here recently gone through the process and have a better timeframe?? 

I601 for misrepresentation, Service center Nebraska. Received 13JUL18, approved 10MAY19.

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Ours was March 12, 2018. We received a RFE on March 1st, 2019. My husband's inadmissibility was from crimes when he was 18, 40 years ago. (Not violent either, but they sent back the RFE as a "violent and dangerous crime". Obviously they didn't look at the first packet our lawyer sent) Then April 1st, FAM at the US London Embassy tacked on an additional inadmissibility of misrepresentation. Playing dirty pool with our lives. Our lawyer submitted a rebuttal and additional evidence. Now we wait. It's bad all the way around.

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7 hours ago, Ruthie said:

Ours was March 12, 2018. We received a RFE on March 1st, 2019. My husband's inadmissibility was from crimes when he was 18, 40 years ago. (Not violent either, but they sent back the RFE as a "violent and dangerous crime". Obviously they didn't look at the first packet our lawyer sent) Then April 1st, FAM at the US London Embassy tacked on an additional inadmissibility of misrepresentation. Playing dirty pool with our lives. Our lawyer submitted a rebuttal and additional evidence. Now we wait. It's bad all the way around.

I’m sorry to hear that. Wishing you the best outcome. We last heard a couple weeks ago that my husband waiver was sent for additional review, no idea what this means and we haven’t received anything in the mail since they first got his waiver in March 2018. Trying to stay positive with the mindset we will be together in the end no matter what happens. Stay strong 🙏🏼

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On 7/4/2019 at 10:49 AM, two_black_cats said:

Congratulations! Have you done your waiver by yourself or used a lawyer?

My best friend is a immigration lawyer and he did it for me.

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