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DONE I751 with divorce waiver interview HELD for review continuance?

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Hello! I was just wondering if anyone here has a similar situation as mine. So I filed an I-751 with divorce waiver last December 2017 and I was scheduled for an interview last June 23, 2019 Los angeles office. The interview went well and no further evidence was asked from me during interview. However after the interview, the officer did not come up with the decision right away. Instead I was given a piece of white paper (Will attached a sample picture of it) stating that my case is being held for review. Have you heard a similar outcome as mine?

 

What could be the possible reason of continuance of my case? Is it normal? And how long should I wait for them to make a final decision?

 

Thank you very much!

 

Respectfully,

Mark

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12 hours ago, OnTheGoFaroese said:

Hello! I was just wondering if anyone here has a similar situation as mine. So I filed an I-751 with divorce waiver last December 2017 and I was scheduled for an interview last June 23, 2019 Los angeles office. The interview went well and no further evidence was asked from me during interview. However after the interview, the officer did not come up with the decision right away. Instead I was given a piece of white paper (Will attached a sample picture of it) stating that my case is being held for review. Have you heard a similar outcome as mine?

 

What could be the possible reason of continuance of my case? Is it normal? And how long should I wait for them to make a final decision?

 

Thank you very much!

 

Respectfully,

Mark

cover-letter-template-2016-elegant-i-751-cover-letter-2016-to-cover-letter-template-2016-640x480.jpg

Hi there, I have the same situation. I was interviewed by the officer and that same paper was given to me. When I checked my status online by creating an account, it says, We received your case. You don't need to do anything at this time but will contact you if we need anything from you as we review your case. Did you go with your lawyer? 

 

Also, during the interview, I handed to the officer the final divorce decree which was just finalized because I submitted the papers with an abuse waiver. We both married in good faith.. I just can say..GOD KNOWS and SEES everything and He will make a WAY. Patience and prayers work!

 

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