I filled my i-130 for petitioning for my spouse on March,2016. I am US Citizen.
They saying "your case is currently adjudication. we have had to perform additional review, and this has cause a longer processing time. We cannot provide a specific date on which a final decision will be made on case. and we appreciate your continue patience."
can your please tell me what is problem, It almost a year, how you can fix it?
Yes, there seems to be a problem, but it is impossible to tell you why without more information. It may have to do with you, your spouse, his/her home country. One way of finding out more would be to consult an attorney to review the filing.
YES THERE IS A PROBLEM. Have an Immigration Attorney review the entire application you filed.
Unfortunately you should have done this sooner than later.
You cannot. All you can do is wait for that decision.
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There's no way to know with the information you provided. You should consult an attorney so they can review your application.
It is best to consult with an attorney to determine the basis for these processing delays.
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There are many problems that may have occurred. In order to assess the situation, your file must be reviewed. It would be wise to schedule a consultation with an immigration attorney and bring all of your documents for review. After review, the attorney may be able to determine what the issue is and then offer advice on how to resolve it. I wish you luck with this endeavor.
You could setup an Infopass appointment or contact your caseworker at the Hartford office. Not much else to do until you have received some kind of notification from the USCIS.
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