we file file for me to get a green card back in Columbus then move to Akron, the case was transferred to the Cleveland office we came for a second interview over there. the officers from that office have been to my apartment but still did not hear anything from them. what can i do?
I agree that INFOPASS is a good idea. But you really need an immigration lawyer. Such cases don't typically take 2.5+ years. And if ICE agents came to your house, it's possible that your marriage-based case was referred to a fraud unit.
Joshua Goldstein, Esq
Immigration & Nationality Lawyers
Law Offices of Joshua L Goldstein, PC
6 Beacon Street, # 220
Boston, Massachusetts 02108
Nothing at this point, just wait if the USCIS makes a decisions or requests further or additional evidence of bona fides.
In my experience some cases, especially if submitted pro se, without counsel, trigger closer scrutiny, if something is amiss, not properly presented and explained.
It is very advisable to have an immigration counsel for such adjustments because you have to do it right only once.
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