I am a Canadian citizen and have been in the US 1/2 my life. I have been married to an American for over 7 years. About 6 months ago, after several years of work, and tons of $ paid to immigration attorneys, my Green Card was denied as there was "insufficient data on marriage being bona fide" (also, the final interview didn't go to well and it seemed like he had it out for me from the get-go). We since filed a petition to re-open/reconsider and haven't heard back yet. Do you know how long it takes to hear back? Also, what are the odds of getting a Green Card after this? (We supplied a lot more evidence, tons of pics, written attests, bank statements, etc.)
It will take months, to say the least. Also expect a knock on the door from the USCIS L.A. Investigations unit. Hopefully you'll get approved, since yours seems to be a genuine marriage.
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Your case does not seem to be the one that requires tons of dollars to be paid to an immigration attorney. If you failed an interview you have two options - seek an appeal not reopening on the I-130 and reopening on I-485 or refile the whole thing again.
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