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    Hello Everyone,

    My husband has left the US volunatarily this past Sept. due to immigration wanting to take him to a detention center. He came to the US in 2003 and asked for asylum with the Florida courts and was denied. He currently does not have an order of deportation, at least none that we know of and was never given a specific date to leave the US. I applied for the I-130 in 2007 and it was approved. When we went to our interview the officer advised the lawyer that he needed to file for the I-601 waiver which was filed last Jan. His I-485, I-212 was filed in 2007. These three forms still remain pending. What should our next steps be since my husband is no longer in the US and does that cause the process to be delayed?
    KI

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    Hello Everyone,

    My husband has left the US volunatarily this past Sept. due to immigration wanting to take him to a detention center. He came to the US in 2003 and asked for asylum with the Florida courts and was denied. He currently does not have an order of deportation, at least none that we know of and was never given a specific date to leave the US. I applied for the I-130 in 2007 and it was approved. When we went to our interview the officer advised the lawyer that he needed to file for the I-601 waiver which was filed last Jan. His I-485, I-212 was filed in 2007. These three forms still remain pending. What should our next steps be since my husband is no longer in the US and does that cause the process to be delayed?
    KI

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      You need to notify USCIS that he left the country. You will then restart the process by applying for an immigrant visa as the spouse of a U.S. citizen.

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