My friend had I 485 pending couple years ago on family case 130 Approved in 2009 she filed I 485 with USCIS In the process her attorney found out she have some removal proceding which got terminated in immigration court while master calander hearing anyway judge said in order (removal proceding terminated) follow up with USCIS now she is waiting for I 485 interview who will process her interview USCIS have file every thing recorded in USCIS she conformed with TX center now she should file new I 485 & new fee or she can go local immigration office and explain
them she call in customer service they did service for & they recognized why it took so long so please answer if have similar case experience thank you
Your friend can pursue his inital I-485 that was filed before proceedings commenced as long as the application has not been denied. He otherwise would have to file new application with fees.
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An info pass may work to find out what to do as the situation sounds like you are not sure of what happened. If you paid money to file the 485 in court and then the case terminated you do not have to pay again.
Your friend needs to be talking with her attorney. He/she knows the facts of her case. We do not.
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Perhaps more productive than seeking help through an INFOPASS appointment, or even seeking help from a Senator or Representative's immigration assistant, would be for your friend's attorney to submit a formal Liaison Inquiry to the local USCIS Field Office through the USCIS/AILA Liaison process. This is one of the advantages to being represented by an immigration attorney who is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
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