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Me and my family came to the U.S. as tourists but before our visa expired we filed for Asylum. The process of verification and interviews lasted about 5 years and the decision was negative. We proceeded to file for an appeal to the BIA, and the appeal was denied. Three months before we received the negation of the appeal, I married an American citizen. We are married for 2 years now, and had our I-130 approved. However, the immigration official cannot issue a residence card for me because my case appears to be open in the BIA. The official asked me to personally file a motion to open and terminate the appeal "it is fairly simple" . I am looking for assistance from an attorney but the estimated cost of this was $4500. Am I in the right direction? And doesn't it seem like a bit too much?