We filed the provisional waiver like 2 months ago and we are just waiting on a approval. However, I did not mail any documents to the NVC because I was waiting on some documents. What happens if my I601A gets approved and I don-t have an app in Juarez yet. Does it expire?
The provisional unlawful presence waiver does not have an expiration date. However, if you do not proactively follow up with the case at the NVC, the family based case can be terminated at the NVC. Hence, do not let the case sit for too long. I suggest that you hire competent and experienced legal counsel to guide you.
You need to set up the apptmt as soon as you know of the approval (IF indeed it is approved). These types of cases are far too complex in my humble opinion to go on your own. You'd be well advised to hire an immigration attorney if you don't already have one. If you do, this person should be asked these types of questions. Best of luck.
Gunda J. Brost Brost Law Office This advice does not form an attorney-client relationship and is merely informative. It should not by itself be relied upon to address a legal concern.
You would not normally have an appointment scheduled in Cd. Juarez if you are awaiting decision on an I-601A, so there is nothing extraordinary about not having an appointment now. You will need to proactively seek an appointment at the Consulate on a timely basis if approved. To avoid the petition being considered abandoned it will need to proceed forward, but there is no I-601A expiration time period.
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