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Thread: I-751...l am worried

  1. #1
    hi everyone
    l married in 2004 january and filed my I-751 in 2006 aprilwith my wife.l got my notice on 13th april..nebreska center cashed the check on 20th april.l never heard anything from ins so far..its almost 8 months now..l am worried why my case is still pending..do l need to worry??please advise me what to do?
    thanks

  2. #2
    hi everyone
    l married in 2004 january and filed my I-751 in 2006 aprilwith my wife.l got my notice on 13th april..nebreska center cashed the check on 20th april.l never heard anything from ins so far..its almost 8 months now..l am worried why my case is still pending..do l need to worry??please advise me what to do?
    thanks

  3. #3
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by TAYPEN:
    hi everyone
    l married in 2004 january and filed my I-751 in 2006 aprilwith my wife.l got my notice on 13th april..nebreska center cashed the check on 20th april.l never heard anything from ins so far..its almost 8 months now..l am worried why my case is still pending..do l need to worry??please advise me what to do?
    thanks </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    8 months for adjudication in certain regions is not uncommon. You have to worry when one of 2 things occurs:
    1. the timeframe indicated on the NOA as an extension of your expired green card expires.
    2. You receive a notice of denial of the petition
    The above is simply an opinion. Your mileage may vary. For immigration issues, please consult an immigration attorney.

  4. #4
    Thank you so much sappyconifer..some people l know who filed their I751 after 1 month and they got gc..mine is too late.l am really worrying..and they still didnt send me anything ..not even interview notice.do you advise me to call ins or wait more??



    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by sappyconifer:
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by TAYPEN:
    hi everyone
    l married in 2004 january and filed my I-751 in 2006 aprilwith my wife.l got my notice on 13th april..nebreska center cashed the check on 20th april.l never heard anything from ins so far..its almost 8 months now..l am worried why my case is still pending..do l need to worry??please advise me what to do?
    thanks </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    8 months for adjudication in certain regions is not uncommon. You have to worry when one of 2 things occurs:
    1. the timeframe indicated on the NOA as an extension of your expired green card expires.
    2. You receive a notice of denial of the petition </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

  5. #5
    hello, don't worry too much... I suggest you wait... If your conditional resident has not been lifted by the time that you are supposed to... You can always sue the INS like my friend did..... He had temporary green card for 2 and 1/2 years and his application to remove the conditonal green card was not progressing.... he hired a good lawyer and and I know that his lawyer send a letter to the INS threatening to sue them... I don't know all the details but weeks after that he got a notice from washington dc (it was from immigration) stating that he is now a permanent resident of the USA. So like I said, you can always do... get a good lawyer! By three years of your marriage, you can also apply for citizenship already!!! So just relax and I hope everything goes well for you guys!!! This is just an opinion and not legal advice......A great lawyer will be able to assist you!!! Thnks!

  6. #6
    dear luvjonalyn
    thank you vey much for your advise..you made me so relaxed.l was just wondering if they deny my I751 or put me in removal proceedings..my wife and l really worried.yes l have right to apply for citizinship in april 2007..l have a lawyer and he sent an e mail to ins to ask about my case..well l still have to wait..its really bad feelings to wait without knowing anything about my case..thanks again..

  7. #7
    don't worry too much about ins denying to remove your conditional resident status.... As long as you guys sent hardcore evidence that your marriage is legit, then nothing to worry about...You guys are still married right? Cause if you are not or separated or about to get divorced, there are rules to follow to remove the conditional resident status... Like I said hang on, even if they deny your application, they don't put a person into removal proceedings right away....they sent you a letter of intent to deny first if they don't believe that your marriage was in good faith. A petitioner can always appeal the decision.... make sure u stay out of trouble as well while your case is pending, simple DUI or aggravated felony can complicate immigration cases.... I hope this helps... Again this is just an opinion from what I know of, not a legal advice....

  8. #8
    we sent joint tax return ,bank accounts,joint credit cards,pictures,affidavit from the people who know us,car loan,home loan on both our name,utilities bill such as phone ,water,elektricity...l had some hard time with my marriage and lived for a while in other apartments and got marriage consultancy from a marriage consultant..last year my brother came to usa..and wanted to have business and get e2 visa..he was overstayed..he was waiting for the decision for his extension of stay ..and he vluntarly departed..l dont know if this affects my case too..

  9. #9
    yes l am still married..didnt seperated or divorced..we are not thinking of divorce...l never assit anyone ..my brother came to usa and became my partner and wated to have e2 visa..but it didnt work then he had to leave the country..of course l did help him during his process because he is my brother..

  10. #10
    To more efficiently provide communications to our clients, the USCIS has begun using this forum to notify them of our decisions. After carefully reviewing this case, we have concluded that you have committed marriage fraud and are hereby denying your removal of conditions. You have 30 days to leave the country. Thank you for visiting the United States and we hope you enjoyed your stay.

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