The I-1601 Application for Waiver It is very arcane and very complex procedure. Realistically speaking, its completion may take even longer than a year. Work with your retained counsel as this matter requires a great deal of patience.
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Yes, it could take a year. You can track the progress of the waiver online at www.uscis.gov, and putting in the receipt number.
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