Is your lawyer an immigration attorney? If so, what did he/she say about the marriage/engagement issue? Work closely with him or her or, if you are not satisfied, hire new counsel. You can compel a decision by filing a mandamus action but it sounds as if they suspect marriage fraud and/or think you have misrepresented or omitted a material fact on your application.
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I am not sure our opinion would be as valuable as that of an attorney who knows the facts of your case.
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This would best be addressed to your attorney as he or she would have full access to the facts of your case and can provide you with a legal opinion. The reality is Oakland Park does take time with reviews. Thus, sit down with your attorney and discuss.
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Your lawyer knows the specific facts of your case and has rendered a recommendation. We don't know your case in detail. If you are not satisfied with your lawyer and/or his recommendation then obtain a second opinion from a Board Certified immigration attorney. This forum is not the place to get individualized advice.
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