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Form I-360!

Blue Bell, PA |

I applied for form I-360, I got notice of action l-797(this expired last week) i didnt get any answer, approved or not approved! What can i do?

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Form I-360 covers many different types of applications. Did you file an I-360 as an abused spouse? You should contact USCIS to see if you can get an updated Notice of Action (notice of prima facie case). Depending on exactly what type of application you filed, USCIS often takes a long time to make decisions on cases. You should consult with an immigration attorney near you.

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Thank you for you message. Yes, abused spouse! I just want to know are they still processing my case even this form got expired!

Michael Hugh Carlin

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You should contact USCIS and ask for an updated "prima facie" letter.

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Thank you so much for your help!

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If you just filed the I-360, then expect to wait a while. It may take upwards of a year or longer for a final, not prima facie, decision.

The burden of evidence/proof of abuse may take time consuming efforts to prove. You should seek an appointment with a competent and experienced immigration attorney. Good luck.

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When it is approved or denied, you will receive notification of that.

Option 1: continue waiting.
Option 2: if the estimated processing time has been exceeded by at least 30 days, do an InfoPass.
Option 3: hire an experienced immigration attorney.

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