My i130 got denied cause they said we failed to show up to interview we never rec ivied anything from them regarding a interview i live in Honduras my i130 has been pending 1 yr uscis said we had a interview in February we never received absolutely anything from them is it going to be hard to reopen and how long is this going to take also my wife called usis they tole her they filed the appeal for her??
Have an attorney file a motion to reopen/reconsider for good cause.
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File a motion to reopen, explain and they will reopen.
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Time to hire a lawyer to get you out of this. You can always re-start the process but you will have to pay all the fees and wait again.
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