The denied letter stated I the petitioner did not submitt a divorce decree for my 2nd husband, which I did but wasn’t certified
It also stated I wasn’t legally divorced from my previous husband so I wasn’t free to marry my Gambian husband,
Also uscis also stated my present husband’s divorce decree should be from a high court in his country and not low court but the address uscis requested has changed it’s no longer at that address.
I need help don’t know how to appeal and how to answer correctly
One needs to review the facts of your case to provide guidance.
A consultation is recommended for further guidance and discussion of your case.
Time is of the essence of you wish to appeal, however you must be certain appeal is the right course of action.
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You may appeal and include the necessary documents; you may also refile. The advantages of one process over the other must be discussed and evaluated based on your specific situation. The processing times are comparable as are the fees ($675 and $535). Retaining an attorney is not a requirement but may certainly save you the precious time.
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