I haven't been asked any additional documents on my applicaiton. I went to info pass twice but I couldn't hear any answer. Some body told em that I can write to one of the house representative for help in immigration case delay.
Should I work on that?
I don't have any criminal record and I haven't been outside after I got a green card.
It may take a little more time to hear back. Check in a couple of months online or if not see a licensed immigration attorney.
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Meet with an attorney and have him/her threaten a lawsuit.
Don't waste your time on a Congressperson. Elected people make laws ... it isn't their job to enforce them ... although they do write nice looking letters ... which have little effect.
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Speak to an attorney for a short term solution (there are some things that could be implemented). the more expansive but very effective solution is a Federal law suit
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I recommend doing one inquiry every 90 days, three times, and if no results, you should file a petition for hearing at the federal court.
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