My i-485 was denied several times with NO legal ground by USCIS, 1st they deny in ground that I didn’t respond to intend to deny letter, WHICH NEVER RECEIVED, or they may never sent, 2nd time, they deny my MTR based that I did file the MTR after 30 days, THIS IS NOT TRUE, I have the documented prove with signature that they received it within the 30 days, 3rd time they deny because I filed a WOM at the district curt because they dis hold my 2nd MTR for over 3 years with no process or even sent it to the Appeal Board!! CIS will NOT put me in removal process because they know how much illegal treatment they gave me and they don’t want the judge see that or look at my documented paper prove my right for adjustment statues.
filed I-130 & i-485 in 2002, YES, its 10 YEARS NOW, we STILL married
If he was deported, he will need very difficult waivers to come back/. The DUIS should be the least of your worries
Hire a lawyer to help you, it will not be easy
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This is a very complex issue which needs the direct attention of an attorney who understands all of the facts. Without 100% of the facts and documents it is difficult to respond. There are ways to sue USCIS and also ways to compel them to take action on a case. Consult a qualified attorney for these complex strategic questions.
We will need additional information. You need to consult with an attorney. There are several issues that need to be explained.
Were your cases filed by an attorney. If not they should review the paperwork and see what action should be taken. As the other attorneys stated there are situations where USCIS can be compelled to act and/or held responsible but it is unclear if this is one of them.
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