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    I married a Vietnamese lady I brought here on a K-1 visa with her 2 kids. I filed for permanent residence after the conditional 2 year residence

    expired and provided some evidence of a bona fide marriage. This included joint tax returns, her paycheck stubs with our address, two joint credit

    cards and a driver's license. I explained that there were no joint assets or liabilities as requested on the form because I owned everything before

    she came here.

    They sent a response requesting the same information. I responded 27 days late with the same info as before and an explanation for the late response. Three days later I received a notice denying permanent residence because the additional information was not sent.

    It says the decision is not appealable and she should turn in her green card.

    Do I have no recourse? Does it mean the kids will ultimately go back because they were part of the same request for permanent residence?
    Whipsaw1

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    I married a Vietnamese lady I brought here on a K-1 visa with her 2 kids. I filed for permanent residence after the conditional 2 year residence

    expired and provided some evidence of a bona fide marriage. This included joint tax returns, her paycheck stubs with our address, two joint credit

    cards and a driver's license. I explained that there were no joint assets or liabilities as requested on the form because I owned everything before

    she came here.

    They sent a response requesting the same information. I responded 27 days late with the same info as before and an explanation for the late response. Three days later I received a notice denying permanent residence because the additional information was not sent.

    It says the decision is not appealable and she should turn in her green card.

    Do I have no recourse? Does it mean the kids will ultimately go back because they were part of the same request for permanent residence?
    Whipsaw1

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    • #3
      <span class="ev_code_RED">File a motion to re-consider form I-290b. </span>
      [color:RED]...............................
      GOD
      KING OF THE UNIVERSE[/color]

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      • #4
        Thanks for the advice, God.

        I notice that those thieves want $585 for this motion and it is for something that they should have granted based on the information provided. This makes it a VERY tough decision on whether to keep her.
        Whipsaw1

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        • #5
          Whipsaw1,

          You Have just Entered The Twilight Zone!!! Curious To Hear From You In 2 Years???? The Thieves Run Rampant! Here! and There!
          USC and Legal, Honest Immigrant Alike Must Fight Against Those That Deceive and Disrupt A Place Of Desirability! All Are Victims of Fraud, Both USC and Honest Immigrant Alike! The bad can and does make it more difficult for the good! Be careful who y

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          • #6
            You won't believe this. As I am putting together the I-290b, I open the mail and there is an approval notice and a green card. Some very astute government employee with a kind heart has been reading this discussion board and decided to set things right.

            Now I have another delimma. Should I tell her or let her continue packing to return?
            Whipsaw1

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            • #7
              You cannot appeal this, but you can request a review by the District Director of the USCIS district where you applied. Provide your explanation and the evidence. Also, contact your Congressman and Senators, so they can write a letter on your behalf to USCIS.

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              • #8
                <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Whipsaw1:
                You won't believe this. As I am putting together the I-290b, I open the mail and there is an approval notice and a green card. Some very astute government employee with a kind heart has been reading this discussion board and decided to set things right.

                Now I have another delimma. Should I tell her or let her continue packing to return? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

                What do you mean. Do you not plan to stay married to her?

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                • #9
                  Given that you wouldn't 'keep' her because she wasn't worth $585, let her continue packing. She's better off without you.
                  **************************************
                  The whole of life is but a moment of time. It is our duty, therefore to use it, not to misuse it - Plutarch

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                  • #10
                    LOL! Love is definitely NOT in the air in this one.
                    Do all the good you can, in all the ways you can, as long as ever you can.

                    --John Wesley

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                    • #11
                      [QUOTE]Originally posted by Whipsaw1:
                      You won't believe this. As I am putting together the I-290b, I open the mail and there is an approval notice and a green card. Some very astute government employee with a kind heart has been reading this discussion board and decided to set things right.

                      Now I have another delimma. Should I tell her or let her continue packing to return?[/QUOTEwhat?????????why would u not give her the good news????? you dont want her with you anymore?? i dont understand your story! explain please...im naive i guess!!]
                      "who are you to judge the way I live-i'm not perfect,or live to be but before you start pointing fingers,make sure your hands are clean".....B.M. http://i36.tinypic.com/350ma8n.jpg

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