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judefabulous

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About judefabulous

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  • Gender
    Male
  • City
    Ogallala
  • State
    Nebraska

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    Adjustment of Status (pending)
  • Place benefits filed at
    Chicago Lockbox
  • Local Office
    Omaha NE
  • Country
    Nigeria
  • Our Story
    AOS package sent to the Chicago lockbox on the 08/18/2015...

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  1. Yes my lawyer recommends appealing the denial. He instructed me to write a statement about the whole situation, which I already did. Will be sending the appeal out soon. I will keep you guys posted. Thanks all.
  2. None. I disclosed all my trips outside the country. I have an appointment with my attorney to go over the denial notice and decide the next option. What happens to my green card now?
  3. I am confused myself. I mentioned all traffic offenses. They dint state what the false testimony is.
  4. I have not. This is the reason why I’m so confused. My attorney said it is not coherent with the law and we will be appealing. So I am just waiting for next week to see all options.
  5. Nope I have not. No arrest or crime. I have just 1 speed ticket.
  6. I wanted to let you guys know that I got an update on my case this morning. It was a denial notice and it stated: Based on the information in the record, and your testimony during your naturalization interview, USCIS finds that you have given false testimony under oath with the intent to obtain an immigration benefit. To be eligible for naturalization, you must demonstrate that during the statutory period, September 15, 2015 to the present, you have been a person of good moral character. You have not established that you are a person of good moral character because, during the statutory period, you gave false testimony to obtain an immigration benefit. Therefore, you are ineligible for naturalization at this time. See INA 101(f)(6) and 316(a)(3) and Title 8, Code of Federal Regulations (8 CFR), sections 316.10 (a) and (b)(2)(vi). If you believe that you can overcome the grounds for this denial, you may submit a request for a hearing on Form N-336, Request for a Hearing on a Decision in Naturalization Proceedings, within 30 calendar days of service of this decision (33 days if this decision was mailed). See attached 8 CFR 336.2 (a) and 103.8(b). Without a properly filed Form N-336, this decision will become final. See INA 336. My attorney was present at my interview and he said that this decision is not coherent so we will go over an appeal process.
  7. I wanted to let you guys know that I got an update on my case this morning. It was a denial notice and it stated: Based on the information in the record, and your testimony during your naturalization interview, USCIS finds that you have given false testimony under oath with the intent to obtain an immigration benefit. To be eligible for naturalization, you must demonstrate that during the statutory period, September 15, 2015 to the present, you have been a person of good moral character. You have not established that you are a person of good moral character because, during the statutory period, you gave false testimony to obtain an immigration benefit. Therefore, you are ineligible for naturalization at this time. See INA 101(f)(6) and 316(a)(3) and Title 8, Code of Federal Regulations (8 CFR), sections 316.10 (a) and (b)(2)(vi). If you believe that you can overcome the grounds for this denial, you may submit a request for a hearing on Form N-336, Request for a Hearing on a Decision in Naturalization Proceedings, within 30 calendar days of service of this decision (33 days if this decision was mailed). See attached 8 CFR 336.2 (a) and 103.8(b). Without a properly filed Form N-336, this decision will become final. See INA 336. My attorney was present at my interview and he said that this decision is not coherent so we will go over an appeal process.
  8. I think a change.org petition can help if we all can get lot of people to sign along.
  9. What does it mean for interview to be completed?
  10. I appeared for my interview on 08/06/2021 but the message I got stated I appeared for interview on 10/12/2021. I called because my case was outside processing time. I filed last year.
  11. I made an inquiry through my senator and got a response that my case was under extended review. Made an inquiry through my congressman and got a response that my case was within normal processing. I got an email from USCIS "we have taken an action on your case" on 10/13/21. I checked my case online but no action was taken. I called several agent and I was told that the only activity on my case was the completion of my interview on 10/12/21. I don't know what that means.
  12. I am still waiting here. No movement. I was told my case is under extended review when I made an inquiry through a senator.
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