As you may correctly realize the above situation has become complex without an immigration attorney making inquiries and facilitating your case. In my opinion, legal inquiries have a much more efficiently positive impact on any given case and its timelines than inquiries made by the parties themselves.
What you are trying to achieve, however, requires assistance by a professional counsel.
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This problem does not look resolvable without the intervention of a lawyer. They are only accountable to legal inquiries; they don't otherwise give a d..n about any unrepresened applicant.
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I take it the interview was overseas. If this was a fiance visa, you need to request the visa be revalidated. Otherwise you need to follow up with the embassy.
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Although you say that you do not have any money to get a lawyer to help you, I encourage you to really consider how important it is to you to get your husband here to the US. With all due respect, you may need to rearrange your priorities and truly try to come up with some funds to get an experienced attorney to assist you. Without more facts, it is hard to say for certain, but it sounds like there are either some complications with your husband's case (hence, it is taking the government a long-time to decide whether they want to grant or deny his application), or the case is simply stuck for one reason or another. An experienced immigration attorney will be able to help you determine what is going on and be able to ensure that your case is back on track. If you do not invest in getting an experienced attorney to help you, you may run the risk of receiving a denial and the costs of dealing with that will be far greater than having spent money to help at this stage of the process. I wish you good luck!
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