I moved to NV because my wife was pregnant again and her parents (and our sponsors) are living there. My attorney said he will work on my case (2 waivers) and I can reside in NV as long they've been approved. Online part was easy but I realized I need judges decision to switch my case. Without it, I can't get order of supervision which is mandatory for my EA card. My lawyer that I hired in NV to get me appointment with ICE and to handle transition Have send 2 requests with 2 follow up letters - and no one yet responded, even though they are required by law (45-60 days). It's been over 1,5 years since then. My attorney can't make them respond. My EA card has been expired, and I had it renewed every year back in FL with ICE officer approval. Should I call FL immigration or NV? I'm stuck.
Your attorney should be handling this for you. He knows the case and has the file. I suggest if the relationships no longer viable that you seek another attorney.
You are paying a lawyer to work for you and to answer questions that you have about your case. We don't know all there is to know about your situation - your lawyer should. Dealing with the immigration system can be frustrating but it isn't reasonable to think that an online forum is the place to get your matter fixed. Speak to your lawyer.
This response does not constitute legal advice, as not all of the facts are known to me. This response does not establish an attorney-client relationship. I recommend you meet with an attorney to discuss your situation.
It seems as though your attorney is advising you. Unless there is some concern that your attorney is not addressing, you should follow his/her advise. Immigration is complex and without having additional information, no attorney is going to be able to thoroughly advise you. If you have questions, I would recommend you schedule a time to speak with your current attorney to address them.
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