Often times, there's nothing you can do to rush the bureaucracy, especially in the world of immigration. Immigration courts have backlogs of cases that last up to three years. I'm sorry.
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I am so sorry to hear this. I agree with my colleague. Sometime, there is nothing you can do but wait. I know that's really difficult to do. However, try to stay strong. The end is near!
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Your attorney just timely responded two weeks ago. It is too early to file an action if the USCIS just issued the RFE in the last 80 days and you replied with the evidence two weeks ago.
Some believe in limiting the evidence filed until USCIS requests it. Other attorneys charge more and demand more from clients. It depends upon how many hours the attorney thinks he has to work on a case. Sometimes, USCIS is just skeptical based upon age, cultural, or language differences.
Some clients end up paying more later or waiting longer. It's a matter of attorney or USCIS discretion. It seems too early to go to Federal Court, but more information is needed. Perhaps, your attorney did everything right, but USCIS doesn't believe you and your wife for some reason. Good luck.
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You have no choice but to wait. You can hire a new lawyer any time if you don't like this one. If this petition is denied you can always re-file. But anything you do requires time.
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