First, your attorney is in the best position to evaluate your case. Second, why would you need a new I- 485 if you already filed it? I think you need to talk to your attorney, and/or go for a second opinion to an immigration lawyer if your are in doubt...
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I agree with my colleague. The explanation you have provided is confusing and requires a review of your entire file to give proper advice. You should ask your attorney to better explain the process or look for someone with whom you are better able to work with.
Yes, but it depends on a number of factors including communication of your attorney with chief counsel office at DHS
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