my normal processing time out i submit inquiry 2 times but noting change till know what can i do application to ombudsman or go to court please tell me
Going to court is more likely to be effective than going to the ombudsman.
The above is intended only as general information, and does not constitute legal advice. You must speak with an attorney to discuss your individual case.
Filing a Mandamus Action against USCIS in federal court, compelling it to act will likely have much more effect than simply engaging the Ombudsman.
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How long has the I-130 been pending ... it is currently taking 14-18 months .. the processing charts you see online are not accurate.
Sure, go ahead and pay an attorney to file mandamus, if you wish.
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