You need to consult with an immigration lawyer about your case. You should present all documents that you have regarding the immigration situation. An experienced immigration attorney should then be able to inquire with all of the relevant U.S. immigration officials and agencies to determine what the status of your case is.
Although it is not clear from your information, it appears that DHS might be charging you with having abandoned your permanent resident status. Again, you should consult with an immigration attorney and present all relevant documents and information.
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I agree with my colleague. This must be very disconcerting for you. I lawyer will investigate the situation and find out from the government whether they are taking any action or not. I believe it is worth it to invest a little money in legal assistance to give you peace of mind and help you plan your life. No one can read what you wrote above and give you an answer you can rely on as being accurate. It will take a few hours of work for a lawyer to give you a good answer.
Feel free to call my office if you want to discuss this further. Good luck! In 2013 you should take action to get this weight off your shoulders.
You really need to consult in person with an immigration attorney. This forum is for general Q&A. All your questions can be best answered during a direct conversation with a lawyer.
It sometimes takes over a year for the case to be scheduled, and sometimes up to 2 years. Have you been living in the US? Do you have intention to live in the US? You may be a green card holder, but you have to be residing in US, or you are not considered a permanent resident.
You may want to have an attorney for when you are scheduled for a hearing.
Dhenu Savla, Esq.
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