If Immigration interviewed neighbors after I 751 interview what does that mean?
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Have the attorney that filled out your I-751, now draft and file for you your N-400. Thi case may just be a blessing in disguise, you get your Citizenship!
Since you are claiming fast track permanent residency based on marriage, immigration officer will do his own investigation to see whether or not you are still living with the US spouse as you indicated in your application. Seems like they have grounds to believe that there was misrepresentation in filing I751 form.
This means that USCIS is investigating you and your marriage. It means they will make a decision in your case. You can file an application for naturalization now to speed up the process for the I-751.
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Have you been working with a lawyer? It is very hard to give a clear answer without speculating. 4 years for I751 seems extremely long and unusual. Every time homeland security make such inquires means they are trying to see if your marriage is in fact bona fide. I suggest contacting an immigration attorney if you haven't already. I assume there's a history on the case which you did not disclose in your question.
It means ICE is following up on your case and has doubts about the good faith nature of your marriage (if you married for love, and have a family together, or are you NOT living together with your wife). What it means for now is to do nothing and just wait for USCIS to make their decision.
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