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Brunosss

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    Orlando
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    Florida

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  • Immigration Status
    Removing Conditions (pending)
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    California Service Center
  • Local Office
    Orlando FL

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  1. Hello guys, I'm looking for advice on my case if you know any experienced attorney or someone that help me with a consultation I would appreciate. This is my case: I got married on Mar 2015 and on Sep 2015 my conditional GC was granted. In Jun 2015 I filled jointly my I751. In Mar 2018 my spouse and I got separated, the final decree I got on june 2018, I informed the immigration of that and I sent some documents and a letter explaining what happened. In Dec 2018 I received an immigration document asking if I'd like to change my case into a waiver. I accepted but I forgot to sign (the IO told me that later on). In Aug 2019 I had my waiver interview, the interview was smooth and fast (20 minutes), the IO seemed to be satisfied with my answers as he did not ask follow up questions, he allowed me to tell everything that happened and at the end he said that he was going to mail his decision, one thing he mention was that I was called for an interview because I did not send a lot of documents, however, my file was huge as I sent a lot of documents (bank statements, insurance, loans, bills, photos and affidavit letters and many other documents). My attorney asked if there was a timeframe and he said no because they were a little behind. In December I contact USCIS through the phone and the opened a ticket inquiring why my case was taking so long, this was the answer: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) records show that your case is currently pending adjudication. However, we have had to perform additional reviews on your case, and this has caused a longer processing time. I had also on December an infopass because I might travel in January and I got a stamp on my passport only for 6 months. What concerns me is definitely the time that is taking to get an answer. Also I heard from a friend that my ex spouse is married again and they might be in an immigration process as well for their marriage. I have an upcoming trip and I don't know what to do, I'm scared of leaving the country and then getting my I751 denied and with that not having my entrance here granted. I have a house here, a job and I definitely can proof that the marriage was bonafide if I need to go to an immigration judge. However I don't know if I should take the risk and travel for work (4 days) while my i751 is pending. Also I don't know why is taking so long, idk since my case is taking so long if they are performing a new background check, or if the my ex if going to have an interview in the future with the new spouse and immigration is just waiting for that before giving me a final answer. I would truly appreciate if someone could help me with that or refer an attorney or someone that could help me
  2. I had my waiver interview in Aug 2019, my experience was very smooth. The IO was very polite. The first question was: So what happened? I explained how I met my spouse, how was the relationship and how ended. I was asked when we me, when we got married and where I used to live. The IO was checking if I was living in the same area of my spouse. The IO told me that the reason why I was called was because of lack of evidences, which I don't think is completely true because I sent a lot of documents. Anyways the IO said that a decision would be made and they will inform me by mail. Since then I haven’t heard anything back. In December I had an infopass and the person who helped me told me that my case shouldn’t take more than 6 months to be adjudicated. Because of that I got a stamp for 6 months.
  3. I did open a outside processing time and the answer that I've got was the following: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) records show that your case is currently pending adjudication. However, we have had to perform additional reviews on your case, and this has caused a longer processing time. We hope this information is helpful and appreciate your continued patience. I believe that they have requested a background check since I had my fingerprints collected on Aug 2017.
  4. This is my experience: I had my I751waiver interview 3 months ago and did not get any answer yet. My interview was in Orlando. The IO was very polite, I sent a big package to them when I filed for the I751 jointly and I added more to the file during the interview. She basically asked me what was going on (why thge relationship was over) and listened to my story, she was looking the documents all the time and she informed that the reason why I had an interview was lack of documentation and because I forgot to sign a document that they sent me (I sent a letter informing that my relationship did not work out and I was divorced while the joint I751 was pending, then they send me a document where I needed to accept the modification into a waiver process). In regards to the documents I sent a big package full of documents (car insurance, bank statements, life insurance, credit cards, pictures, work documents that showed both names, personal loan, flight tickets and many other docs). After 25 minutes interview the answer was "I need to review your case and I will mail you the decision". My attorney asked for a time frame and she said that she couldn't give it since they were very busy. My attorney also said that everything went well and hopefully I will hear from them soon, however 3 months already passed and no answer. On top of that I have a work trip planned for January and I don't know what to do.
  5. Hello guys, I had my I751waiver interview 3 months ago and did not get any answer yet. My interview was in Orlando. The IO was very polite, I sent a big package to them when I filed for the I751 jointly and I added more to the file during the interview. She basically asked me what was going on (why thge relationship was over) and listened to my story, she was looking the documents all the time and she informed that the reason why I had an interview was lack of documentation and because I forgot to sign a document that they sent me (I sent a letter informing that my relationship did not work out and I was divorced while the joint I751 was pending, then they send me a document where I needed to accept the modification into a waiver process). In regards to the documents I sent a big package full of documents (car insurance, bank statements, life insurance, credit cards, pictures, work documents that showed both names, personal loan, flight tickets and many other docs). After 25 minutes interview the answer was "I need to review your case and I will mail you the decision". My attorney asked for a time frame and she said that she couldn't give it since they were very busy. My attorney also said that everything went well and hopefully I will hear from them soon, however 3 months already passed and no answer. On top of that I have a work trip planned for January and I don't know what to do. Any thoughts?
  6. Hi guys! I had a waiver interview, it was very smooth, it took 20 minutes, few questions, he pretty much asked me to tell what happened and why we got divorced, the officer told me that he was going to mail me his decision. My attorney asked for a timeframe and his said that they were a little bit behind and he couldn’t give us a specific timeframe. My interview was on Aug 29 and I haven't receive any news until now. I saw in other forums that my case has to go through a supervisor or sometimes they just don't update the online system. I'm so anxious 😕 Any thoughts?
  7. I tried to message you but you can't receive message 😂 In case you see this I would appreciate your help: I had a waiver interview on Aug 29th, it was a I751 waiver. Initially I filled jointly but since the relationship did not work for us we got divorced 3 years after the marriage. I filled on jun 2017 for I751 In July the divorce was final and I informed the USCIS In Dec 2018 USCIS sent me a letter asking me to amend it to a waive. I did and I sent more documents Then I got an interview schedule. The interview was fast the IO was very polite, I sent a big package to them and I added more documents to my file. The answer was "I need to review your case and give you my decision", he also mentioned that my ex spouse sent a withdrawal letter and he said "this doesn't matter I am the one making a decision on your case" stating that what my spouse asked was not valid at that point. He asked me to tell him what happened, he did not interrupted me or asked follow up questions, he only asked about my spouse's previous marriage. My attorney said that everything went well and hopefully I will hear from them soon, my attorney inquired about a timeframe, he said that they were a little behind and he couldn't give us a timeframe. However I haven't heard yet. Some people told me that this might go to a supervisor. What do you think?
  8. Hi guys! I had a waiver interview, it was very smooth, the officer told me that he was going to mail me his decision. My attorney asked for a timeframe and his said that they were a little bit behind and he couldn’t give us a specific timeframe. My interview was on Aug 29 and I haven't receive any news until now. I saw in other forums that my case has to go through a supervisor or sometimes they just don't update the online system. I'm so anxious 😕 Any thoughts?
  9. Hi guys! I had a waiver interview, it was very smooth, the officer told me that he was going to mail me his decision. My attorney asked for a timeframe and his said that they were a little bit behind and he couldn’t give us a specific timeframe. My interview was on Aug 29 and I haven't receive any news until now. I saw in other forums that my case has to go through a supervisor or sometimes they just don't update the online system. I'm so anxious 😕 Any thoughts?
  10. Hi guys! I had a waiver interview, it was very smooth, the officer told me that he was going to mail me his decision. My attorney asked for a timeframe and his said that they were a little bit behind and he couldn’t give us a specific timeframe. My interview was on Aug 29 and I haven't receive any news until now. I saw in other forums that my case has to go through a supervisor or sometimes they just don't update the online system. I'm so anxious 😕 Any thoughts?
  11. Hi guys! I had a waiver interview, it was very smooth, the officer told me that he was going to mail me his decision. My attorney asked for a timeframe and his said that they were a little bit behind and he couldn’t give us a specific timeframe. My interview was on Aug 29 and I haven't receive any news until now. Any thoughts?
  12. The interview was fast and the officer very nice. Basically they asked me "what is going on ?". I started to explain, the office listened, no interruptions or anything to make me feel nervous. Few questions from her, basically how we met, when, where I lived when we met. The IO also said that my case was transfer due to lack of documents (even though I sent a lot of financial statements, joint loans, bills, insurances like car and life, pictures and affidavits from our friends)and because I forgot to sign the waiver letter.
  13. Central Florida, after the interview my attorney asked if there was a timeframe, he said that unfortunately is taking longer than expected.
  14. Hi guys I was schedule for an interview. Originally filled jointly (a big package full of evidences was sent) and after getting divorced I sent a letter asking then to change into a waiver application. Basically I applied on June 2017 for I751, in April 2018, my divorce was final and I sent another package with more evidences. My case was moved to the local office and in December 2018, I received a notification asking if I would like to change my process to a waiver. I accepted and I replied back, however I forgot to sign the letter. Two weeks ago I received an appointment for an interview. I got all the docs that I had sent + new ones and I hired an attorney. The interview was smooth, 20 minutes approximately. At the end the officer explained that my case was on his hands because I did not submit enough evidences and because I forgot to sign the adjustment letter. I sent 2 big packages with more than 150 pages each. He looked into the documents quickly. He was very nice and polite. He told me that he will inform me soon about his decision. my attorney asked how long would that take and he couldn't estimate. A week has passed and I still haven’t heard anything. Any thoughts folks?
  15. I had my interview yesterday, it was a I751 waiver the interview was fast the IO was very polite, I sent a big package to them and I added more to the file yesterday. The answer was the same. "I need to review your case and give you my decision". My attorney said that everything went well and hopefully I will hear from them soon.
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