After filing Sept 2020, my son was interviewed Sept 17th 2021.
He passed the civics etc, but then came out with a paper asking for my greencard. I was NOT amused, considering I was naturalized a year ago.
I actually was allowed to go back in and spoke to the IO who wanted to see my naturalization cert. I went home and got it (we live 5 mins away).
She took a copy and explained the following.
Almost 10 years ago, I missed my i-751 interview (ex got the letter and didn't give it to me). Deportation proceedings were carried out against me and my son and then they were later stopped and we successfully got our 10 year green cards.
Apparently, once the green cards were issued, my lawyer at the time had to file a motion to permanently close deportation proceedings for me and my son.
Unfortunately, she filed for BOTH myself and my son on ONE motion when it should have been two.
So proceedings were terminated on my behalf, but not my son.
She told me they would get in touch.
On Nov 24th, my son received a denial on the basis the proceedings were not terminated and giving him 30 days to appeal.
I then contacted a lawyer to file a motion to terminate proceedings on my son's behalf and sent in an appeal on the grounds that a motion to terminate proceedings has been filed and will almost certainly be approved.
Will post updates.