my congressman even contacted USCIS and said that they can't do anything because doesn't depend on them but other government organiz. I already had to pay for congressman to do this. Attorney said I can sue USCIS, but why I have to pay another $10.000 to get my green card? can I abandon the case and start again hoping that my application will not fall into the convicted felon's pile by mistake again?
Did you have an immigration attorney represent you? Did you have an interview? What is the basis of the I-485 (I-130, I-140, asylum, etc)? Did you call the National Customer Service Center? Do you have a criminal history? Any other inadmissibility issues? Did you make an InfoPass Appointment?
Please provide these additional details and we can provide you with better suggestions.
Just for the record: Immigration Applications just don't FALL into the convicted felons pile by mistake.
Please, we can accuse Immigration of many things, but this is not one of them.
I would recommend you to pay your current Immigration Attorney another $5,000 to continue your case. If you did not have an Immigration Attorney and used the Congressman on your own, I am not surprised at the results. Learn your lesson: Hire an Immigration Attorney.
You do need an attorney to straighten your situation out. Did you make an infopass? Why do they have to have extensive review of your case? is there anything else in your case that we need to know before answering your questions? When was the last time you contacted USCIS? Refiling the case is not an option you need to straighten this matter out.
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