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View Poll Results: I-751 approved people please input your experience!

Voters
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  • APPROVED WITH INTERVIEW

    2 33.33%
  • APPROVED WITHOUT INTERVIEW

    2 33.33%
  • REQUESTED MORE EVIDENCE

    0 0%
  • DENIED

    2 33.33%
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Thread: I-751 APPROVED WITH/WITHOUT INTERVIEW

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    I think it depends on the particular case and circumstances. I've seen a mixture of "with interview" and "without interview." The ones with interview had potential issues such as prior marriages (which should not be prejudicial, but we look at cases with the same viewpoint as an Immigration Officer), a wide age gap, etc. Those without interview were usually problem-free, no prior marriages, etc.

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    Paralegal:

    Can you clarify...do you mean distinctionaliens who have prior marriages to USC's or aliens who may have been married before to a person in their home country? Or is there a distinction?

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    Aguila my man.. u been sampling that water over at Michaels Cafe or what

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    NYCImmParalegal:

    What is your experience in terms of cases that had filed JOINT I-751 but the alien has divorced prior to adjudiction of I-751, had you had any in your office yet?

    Secondly, I am in the NYC area too, and I am also a paralegal however not an Immigration one, but I would love to enter into that field, may be you could give me some suggestions perhaps you could hook me up in your lafwfirm

    4now:

    Yeah I copy Michael's idea but had given it a more meaningful purpose to the poll feature:-))
    I would like to ask you a question via email though if you don't mind (regarding battered waiver).

  7. #7
    Michael
    Guest
    My polls are much better. This poll makes no sense. The I-751 is basically always approved if the couple is still married. The only question is what happens when there is a divorce and this has caused a whole lot of fighting and discussion on this board. On one hand you have this conditional status, but on the other hand, there are so many waivers, it seems to have no purpose. There are no decisions or case studies available which only adds to the confusion. So this question only makes sense in the case where there is a divorce.

  8. #8
    There are plenty of cases available:

    Decisions regarding Conditional Permanent Residents Board of Appeal Decisions: 3150,3151(waiver), 3175(waiver), 3224(waiver), 3231(waiver), 3233, 3240, 3383(waiver), 3238(waiver).

    You could check those one out at www.uscis.gov

  9. #9
    Michael
    Guest
    Wow Aguila ! Great job; how did you find these cases ? You didnt read all those cases did you ? This answers alot. I-751's do get denied BUT remarriage and a new green card is possible unless fraud is proven in first marriage

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    Aguila:

    Can you provide a link to those cases....coudn't find on the website you gave. Thanks

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