Yes, there are things that can be done such as following up with the VSC, applying to renew the current work authorization or reapplying. Appeals can take a very long time. If you were working with an immigration lawyer from the beginning, you would not be in this position. Better late than never to correct that.
You could just refile for her adjustment of status, and meanwhile you can apply for a work permit and travel permit while the appeal is pending.
The above is intended only as general information, and does not constitute legal advice. You must speak with an attorney to discuss your individual case.
You described several considerably difficult issues.
Be as it may, you may agree with me , that your immigration matter obviously calls for a splendid immigration attorney to diligently apply legal skill, expertise and logical vision to your difficult case.
I am afraid there is no other option.
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I agree with my colleagues. At this point it is best to re-file the green card paperwork. Hire an attorney to assist you so you do not encounter unnecessary delays.
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If your spouse is a pending applicant for adjustment, he is entitled to file for a renewal work authorization card.
You should consult with an attorney about your case.
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