Try not to be too worried. You don't know what the officer thought or what he or she was looking for. I have noticed a trend as of late in immigration to redo the background checks. It does not seem to be out of the ordinary. It does sound like the officer was pleasant. Be patient. Good luck
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We cannot read the mind of an immigration officer. Certainly not remotely. In NYC background checks always take longer simply because of the sheer volume of cases the officers handle. Your case is a vivid illustration of the reasons why having an immigration attorney persent at that interview is so important.
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Hi there- Wait and see what happens. If there is a problem, CIS will send you a notice asking for a clarification.
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All you can do is sit tight at this point. Stop trying to read the tea leaves. You will only drive yourself crazy. However, as Attorney Segal aptly noted, this is why you should have used a lawyer.
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your application should be adjudicated within 60 days of your interview. if it has been 7 months since your interview, you need to inquire.Ask a similar question