Sorry to hear about the ill feelings among family members, but if one if them were to attempt to contact the USCIS that is highly unlikely to have any impact. Even if the family member was aware of your wife's "A-Number," which may be necessary for the USCIS to link the information to a particular file, the USCIS is unlikely to accord any weight to a non-sworn statement on the telephone. It would be wise, however, to assemble a particularly strong and persuasive set of documents to prove that you and your wife are living together in a bona fide marriage, and to accomplish this it would be wise to engage an immigration lawyer.
David N. Soloway
Frazier, Soloway & Kennedy, PC
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You cannot really call immigration that easy. If they do manage to get through but your marriage is bonafide they will be disappointed to learn that their efforts produced no results. Today's DAOs are rather trained well and should know with some degree of certainty whether your marriage is bonafide within the time allotted for the interview.
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People can call ICE (not CIS) ... but in most cases the government doesn't do anything.
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