I agree to some extent, but often action is taken at a port of entry when someone returns from a trip or when someone applies for adjustment or naturalization. It is mandatory to update your address by filing a form AR-11 within 30 days of changing your address.
You can file to update your address electronically at www.uscis.gov. In addition, you can call 800-898-7180 and enter your alien number to see if there is a deportation case that was filed in immigration court. Sometimes, a deportation complaint, called a notice to appear, is issued in your filed, but never filed in court or simply dismissed or closed due to ongoing defects. Good luck.
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You will receive a notice to appear at immigration court.
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The answer to this question really depends upon the specific facts of the case. Obviously, if one was just received a decision denying an application, that may be indicative that removal proceedings may be forthcoming. In general, however, USCIS does not provide advance notice. They simply issue a Notice to Appear. .
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