My wife is an American citizen ( who had not been physically in the states for more than 5 years in her life) and I am not a citizen and so our daughter, as we are planning to move for good in the states she filed form l-130 for both of us in July 2018, we got our notice with delay as our mailing address outside the states. latter in December 2018 we were informed about the form n600k (based on the grandfather physical presence in the states), we then filled the form for our daughter and since then we did not hear any news for both forms, some told us this was a big mistake (having 2 cases at the same time and one of the green card)....yesterday we visited the USCIS office as we are in a vacation here and we only could get the A# for that case and they seemed confused, they told us it would be a good idea to withdraw the green card application for the daughter.
please advise us
You need to have a personalized review of documents and history to determine whether your daughter is already a USC through USC parent or whether the I130 needs to continue. Do not take the off-hand remark of a person, friend or front-desk information officer as an indicator of what to do. Seek professional help to determine what legal actions can and should be taken.
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