I have sued the CIS due to extremity delay in forwarding the appeal to the BIA (3+ years) finally they forward the appeal to the BIA, while the appeal at the BIA, CIS send interview appointment before the BIA issue a decision.
the question, is CIS have jurisdiction over the application while its pending at the BIA?
someone may think that CIS want to help me and process the case, but my question is more about a legal status if legally they can call for interview while the appeal is pending at the BIA or not!
Ask the attorney who is handling the appeal.
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