Passed exam:- answered ALL correctly, but a decision cannot yet be made (Naturalization)

Asked over 2 years ago - New York, NY

I passed the exam about 6 weeks ago, yet a decision cannot be made. The interviewer kept stressing why I'm I not down there with my hubby: (out of state) where as I work in NY and he has been deployed twice, so I moved to NY to be with family. I told my husband about it and he got very angry and said he will contact the officer personally, as he gave me the form with his name on it. I told him I used to live down there, but came to NY as he was deployed and I've been a house wife, since he asked where was I working before.

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  1. Carl Michael Shusterman

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    Answered . What is your question? I suggest that you make an inquiry?

    (213) 394-4554 x0 Mr. Shusterman is a former INS Trial Attorney (1976-82) with over 35 years of immigration... more
  2. Jeffrey Adam Devore

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    Answered . It sounds as though you applied as a spouse of a U.S. citizen. In such
    a case you must establish that you are living in martial union. Based
    upon what you have written, my guess is the adjudicating officer is
    having a problem with the marital union requirement. Consult with an
    experienced immigration attorney who can review your case in detail and
    advise you how best to proceed.



  3. Neil Ian Fleischer

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    Answered . It seems to me the officer is questioning the bona fides of your marriage
    COnsult an attorney who can advocate for you

    www.immigrate2usa.com

    Neil I Fleischer (513) 977-4209 www.immigrate2usa.com Note: Neil Fleischer is an attorney licensed in the State... more
  4. Brendan Colm Delaney

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    Answered . Did the officer give any official indication (in the form of a notice) as to what, if any, additional information or evidence you would have to present to allow for final processing of your case?

    The officer may have had issues over your residency.

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