During I485, My parents went back to their home country without advanced parole. Now need to file I290b. They also passed their interview. what chance for USCIS reconsidering the case Do I need an Attornery?
Whenever you're applying for an immigration benefit, you should use an immigration lawyer. The difference between a lawyer guiding you and you representing yourself is monumental. Filling out forms is but a tiny fraction of what an immigration lawyer does. Because the forms are long, they mislead you to believe that getting through the answers is the most important thing, when there are usually much larger issues looming, such as whether to even apply. If you're asking USCIS to reconsider their decision, its an uphill battle with a lawyer, and it's an unimaginable challenge without one. Good luck.
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