Consulate General or Consul General although I am not sure whether that i right in the context for your question. It might be something else depending upon what applications you have pending with the government.
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I have no idea what CG means, but I concur with my colleague on looking up your status online.
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I too have no idea. Try the USCIS.gov as suggested by attorney Brown. 4 months is too long.
What is the basis for filing it? If you like, give me (or attorney Brown or another Cleveland attorney) a call.
By the way, when you called them 10 days ago, did they say they could let you know in 3 days? that's very odd. They are supposed to get back to you in 14. Are you sure it was CG and not CP. CP could be card preparation (a hopeful sign).
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