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Interviewed for marriage base case second time and officer asked for medical and some pictures but no answer yet?

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We were interviewed second time for a marriage base case about a month and half ago after BIA remanded our case back to local office due to error for not reviewing the evidence properly. Everything went okay. First interview was separately conducted and second one was done together. No odd questions just straight forward name, DOB, Address and that is all.

Officer went through the file in front of us and asked me for medical and I told him that the notice I received does not mention of medical. He apologized and said he will need it to complete the file and added if we can also send pics. But he mentioned that medical is the only big thing holding up the case.

Sent medical and pics 4 days after interview and its been little less than month and half and heard nothing from him.

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You could schedule an InfoPass appointment and ask for an update on the case.

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I agree with my colleague. InfoPass is a free service that lets you schedule an appointment with a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Immigration Officer by using the Internet at any time of day or night. It will save you time making it unnecessary for you to visit your local USCIS office.

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Well I explained timeline of events so I am looking for an answer on time frame of USCIS response.