I had my second interview yesterday than the officer separated and my husband was for almost 2 1/2 hours no too many question , is normal that he didnt stamp my passport ??? just mention that I will get a notice by mail. ??? I will be called for another interview or something like that??
ThanksThank you guys for your help. i didnt went to the fraud office was the same officer in my first interview. that give me a litle be hope. how long can take to get a letter form IO.
they are not stamping passports in most places now, just issuing letters of approval.
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You will get a notice in the mail. Completely normal.
However, this does not obviate the fact that you may need the services of an immigration attorney, so I would recommend that you contact one for a consultation.
They don't stamp I-551 in your passport unless you ask them via InfoPass appointment in Denver anymore. It is unclear if you pass the interview or not from your facts. Two things can happen: They send you NOID (notice of intent to Deny) then you will have to reply with defenses within 30 days or so ( in this case you need an attorney for sure). Second thing that can happen they can send you a welcome notice of approval of your residency and your "green card". Less likely they can also send you an NTA (notice to appear) without first sending NOID. In the event you receive NTA you will have to go to immigration court to defend your marriage in front of immigration judge.
Not stamping the passport means exactly that, that the officer did not stamp the passport. Nothing more can be read from that.
Without knowing the facts of your case, it is impossible to answer your other questions. That is why it is important to always have an attorney handle the whole case. Had you had an attorney handling the case, that attorney would be able to give you an informed opinion.
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