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    Adjustment of Status (pending)
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    Washington DC
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    Costa Rica

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  1. how long has it been since your interview? we had our interview on Jan 29, 2019 and still no word. no RFE or anything. I hope they come do a bed check!
  2. I have been trying to get an infopass, but all the officers say that they won't schedule one and that tier 2 officers are not available. The rep I spoke with today said that they are waiting on the I-130 approval from NBC so I could write NBC a letter asking what is going on. All my SRs are pending over 30 days and the rep was extremely rude. I have online and over the phone service requests, the senator and our congressional representative have inquired too.
  3. Oh my goodness! Your timeline is horrible!! They just sent you an RFE after like a year post-interview!!! What was the RFE? Thank you for the advice, when my husband is finally home during their business hours we can call together because they won't talk to me about the I-485 without him, only the I-130. Hopefully we can get an infopass. Have you filed an OMBUDSMAN report yet?
  4. So it has now been 121 days since our interview at the Washington DC field office. It went really well, lots of evidence, had to bring the baby, not very many questions from the officer, and he didn't want to see any more evidence. He said we would hear about approval in 1-120 days and if we did not here in that time to file an inquiry. Well I have filed 2 inquiries and our Congressman has too. We never received anything from them, one was over 30 days ago. No infopasses are available. What else can I do?
  5. no it's only been 109 days and the level 2 officer said that they cannot make an inquiry until 19 months have passed be that is the allotted time for family-based I-485 adjustment of status at the Washington, DC field office. Ohhhh well time to start renewing the EAD. I don't think we will have a stokes as we have been married over 3 years, have lots of comingling of finances, 3 kids together, lots of trips, no criminal history whatsoever, no unlawful presence or entry and the interview went really well. No RFEs in the whole entire process and the interviewer said we should receive approval in 1-120, but his supervisor was really busy. I think it is stuck in background checks or with the supervisor or lost in the process. I am going to contact our congressional representatives when I have time next week and then renew EAD.
  6. Yes! Thank you so much! We have house about 15 minutes from her house in Costa Rica and spend a lot of time there each year and are totally committed to bringing him to visit and visiting ourselves. I understand what you mean though because circumstances change and it is a lot to agree to.... We have lots of evidence that he is the father's natural child (birth certificate, photos from birth of all of us together, evidence of child support, deposits, money sent, vacations, soccer fees, affidavit from both grandmothers could be procured, sibling relationships, a house the my husband built for son's mother...)
  7. Sorry I mis-worded the post. It is my husband's biological son. My step-child. He is on the birth certificate as the father and they have a great relationship. We pay his child support and everything every month and talk to him every day. I couldn't edit or delete the post after I hastily posted it. I looked up that I would file an I-130 for him and it would be like a normal immigrant petition. We just need to get either custody or proof from the little boy's mother than he can live in the US with us. Thanks for your replies!
  8. My husband has an 8 year old stepchild in his home country of Costa Rica. We live in the US and would like to bring him here to live. His mother and my husband were never married and do not have a formal custody arrangement. She is happy for him to come to the US and live. Do we need to have full custody before we can apply for a visa for him? It would be a solo petition and I (us citizen) would petition him.
  9. I am so sorry that your fiancé is having so much upheaval in his life and for all the beautiful people of Sudan. I think that you may want to get your Congressional representative involved or the State Department to see if there are any options for humanitarian expedite due to your fiancé's safety. Just another option, I don't have an answer to your question about whether to let them know now or later... Much luck on this journey and safety and prayers for your fiancé.
  10. our interview was 1 month after the notice. I think that is pretty standard. We had the ready to schedule interview update in August 2018 and the interview was Jan 29 2019....still no word since the interview and the interviewer said that my husband wouldn't get a conditional greencard because we have been married over 2 years....butttt its been over 2 months. check out our timeline for a good idea of how long it will take with no RFEs...but now we are just waiting again
  11. no idea, it still says "case must be reviewed". it will be 2 month on the 29th :((((((
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