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Do I have to go to the biometrics for the case I want to withdraw?

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Good afternoon all,


I got my 10 years green card early April.

During the process I got divorced and submitted all the additional documents to prove that the marriage was bonafide and I got approved with no interview.


However, during the time, I once hired an attorney and he filed another case separately because I got divorced. After too much hiccups I fired him.  


But last week I got a letter from USCIS for a biometrics that he filed last year. I was waiting on NOA1 to come to withdraw the case but I never got it, just biometrics.


So now since I already got the green card from my original petition and want to withdraw this case... Do I still need to go to the biometrics? Or simply don't go for that one so it will be abandoned? The paper is stating that if I don't show up it will be considered abandoned.If it gets abandoned, am I going to get in trouble?

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