they have recived my I-751 on September 26, 2011 , and i get my fingerprint taken on DEC 2011 , i have not heard any thing from them yet , is it take that long ? i have send my I-751 to Vermont Service Center and my fingerprints in charleston sc
It takes some time. Even 10-11 months in some waiver cases.
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I agree with my colleagues.
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It depends on what type of I-751 you filed. If you are filing with the joint filing requirement (you and your spouse signed) then the service center may be making the decision. If there is sufficient evidence in the file, then they may grant the case. If there is not sufficient evidence in the file, then they may refer to the Charleston Field Office for an interview.
If your are filing the I-751 based on a waiver of the joint filing requirement then you will likely be called for an interview very soon. Unless the waiver provision in which you asserted was the battered spouse provision which is generally determined by a special unit at the VSC.
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