Keep demanding answers from your lawyer. He/she was paid for your case, correct? Alternatively, seek different counsel.
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You can call 800-898-7180 , put in your A #, and see if a decision has been made on your case by the BIA. You can also call the BIA by calling 703-605-1007. You should also consider hiring a different lawyer.
You should begin by looking for and hopefully hiring a different immigration lawyer.
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You need to reach out for your lawyer. It might be that the BIA reopened your case.
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