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    MR. MOHAN
    COUPLE MONTHS BACK I CONTACTED YOU FOR MY HUSBAND'S I-601 WAIVER APPLICATION PENDING AT NEW DELHI, INDIA AND NO ANSWER YET FROM INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION.CAN YOU GIVE ME ANY SUGGESTION WHAT TO DO NOW? CAN PERSONAL VISIT TO IINDIA MAKE ANY IMPACT ON MY CASE? PLEASE ANSWER ME. THANKS- SNS

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    MR. MOHAN
    COUPLE MONTHS BACK I CONTACTED YOU FOR MY HUSBAND'S I-601 WAIVER APPLICATION PENDING AT NEW DELHI, INDIA AND NO ANSWER YET FROM INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION.CAN YOU GIVE ME ANY SUGGESTION WHAT TO DO NOW? CAN PERSONAL VISIT TO IINDIA MAKE ANY IMPACT ON MY CASE? PLEASE ANSWER ME. THANKS- SNS

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    • #3
      personal visit to delhi will not help in case of waiver.It will not expedite the process, First of all you someone have to find out why you did not got replied.It can be denied, intend to deny, never processed, under process or lack of certain information, I-130 is not transfered or any other reason which makes waiver on hold .
      Going to india only makes you go to embassy and enquire about waiver( in delhi, only USC can go to embassy without appointment, Consulate trying to do all the work via mail ,drop box or internet) safety issues.
      Its a discussion, not a legal advise..

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      • #4
        MY LOCAL CONGRESSMAN MADE INQUIRY 2 MONTHS AGO AND THAT TIME HE WAS TOLD THAT INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION IS GOING ON AND STILL NO ANSWER YET.THAT'S WHY I AM ASKING YOU IF YOU HAD GONE THROUGH SIMILAR EXPERIENCE AND WOULD KNOW.
        THANKS
        SNS

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        • #5
          thats a generic answer from consulates.don't rely on it
          Its a discussion, not a legal advise..

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          • #6
            Mohanji
            In that case how can we deal with them?
            They are even ignoring congressman. How can we put some pressure on them?
            Any suggestion from you? I really would appreciate for your time and concern.
            Thanks
            Sns

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            • #7
              best way to deal with it, is to write an enquiry so you will get the answer in writting.
              make sure to write the date of apply and A# and details.
              Keep a copy of that letter and mailing receipt.( registered post in india)
              Its a discussion, not a legal advise..

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              • #8
                BS, don't listen to this BS. Independent investigation will be done by consulate not by DOJ . Only decision was made in these dept, but it will be based upon the investigation.
                Not to give you run around from department to department, these offices are also in centralization locations abroad, not all the work comes back in US. I don't think you will be able to figure out who is making decision on your waiver and where. so do the proper CHNL enquiry.
                you can't pressurized BCIS office here, you will get answer that they don't have jurisdiction over your case.Fileing in vermont cannot have AOS in CALIFORNIA.
                Its a discussion, not a legal advise..

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                • #9
                  here in US you can only access the history and record not actual processing.
                  otherwise there is no need for I-130 which was approved here in United states need to be transfer to consulates either.( there is process to do that and forms to fill to get into consulates jurisdictions)
                  Its a discussion, not a legal advise..

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                  • #10
                    Hey Mohan! My fiance called Montreal today and the consulate said it should be about 3 more weeks. My check was just cashed this past Friday. I'm crossing my fingers here, but not holding my breath!
                    1974: I know you can't call to check up on your I601, and they may be giving us a generic response too, as Mohan says. Hard not to get your hopes up when you hear news like that though, huh? Best of luck and I hope you hear something soon...hang in there hon. It will all be over soon. What's your timeline again?

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                    • #11
                      1974sns:

                      Since you already got the reply by telling you that the case is still under investigation, then I would suggest you to wait for a while. Contacting the Congressmen or someone else, or paying visit there personally won't expedite the processing of the application. However meanwhile, you can write an 'inquiry-status' on your husband's case. But, address that letter to either Ambassador or Visa-in-Charge of Visa-Section over there. That's the only time, your request would get prompt atttention. The local staffs are very rude there. However, the Consulors, who speak all kind of indian languages like Hindi, Punjabi, Gujrati, are very polite and helpful, except a lady consulor-named- Nancy. She is very tough and asks too many unrelated questions during interview on immigrant visa. But, your husband should not have to worry about interview since his case is about I-601.

                      Just to let you know that BCIS has a office in U.S. Embassy in New Delhi [INDIA] in Chankayapuri. And BCIS, which is under DHS, processes this I-601 and all other immigrant benefits at Consulates at abroad with the cooperation of DOS.

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                      • #12
                        Oh, I am sorry to jump in here. I did not realize that you requested Mohan's expertise only. Sorry.

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                        • #13
                          That's all right if anyone give their suggestion. Mr. mohan is an experienced person that's why I asked him but anybody can give their opinion. I really appreciate yours concern. You never know you can find a solution from someone you never thought of. So don't be sorry and once again thanks to each and everybody for spending time for me.
                          sns

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                          • #14
                            to Sammy.
                            Hay! I was trying to answer these Immigration related questions in your absence. Everyone knows that you are GURU. Not me..
                            Answer may be same But You always defined in simple words which I don't.
                            ( example: I said DHS and BCIS has centralized offices abroad and You clearify that The office is in Chanakaya puri, More clear)
                            If anyone ask by Name sammy or mohan or else doesn't mean that only he has to reply.
                            If I need help I will ask you too so keep posting.
                            Its a discussion, not a legal advise..

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                            • #15
                              SAMMY /MOHAN OR ANYONE ELSE

                              PLEASE YOUR COMMENT FOR THE VIDEOTAPED INTERVIEW
                              PLEASE SEE MY POSTE ON THIS BOARD...

                              THANK YOU

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