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Thread: What should I do?

  1. #1
    Guest
    Hello,

    A month ago the INS sent me a letter for the AOS interview taking yesterday.

    But 3 weeks ago, I sent them a letter to ask for postponement since I and my husband had to go to another state to see my father in law at the hospital where he has been for a month now.
    He was having his surgery on Wednesday.

    I was expecting the INS to send me a reply, but I didn't get anything...

    What does it mean? Did they postpone the interview or am I in trouble?

    Somebody told me that when you don't show up at the AOS interview, the INS deny your AOS and they send you a letter asking you to leave the Country before 30 days.

    What is gonna happen now?

  2. #2
    Guest
    Hello,

    A month ago the INS sent me a letter for the AOS interview taking yesterday.

    But 3 weeks ago, I sent them a letter to ask for postponement since I and my husband had to go to another state to see my father in law at the hospital where he has been for a month now.
    He was having his surgery on Wednesday.

    I was expecting the INS to send me a reply, but I didn't get anything...

    What does it mean? Did they postpone the interview or am I in trouble?

    Somebody told me that when you don't show up at the AOS interview, the INS deny your AOS and they send you a letter asking you to leave the Country before 30 days.

    What is gonna happen now?

  3. #3
    Guest
    INS tends to respond to faxes better than letters, so try faxing a request for rescheduling to the office where your interview would take place. Try calling or arriving in person too. Be prepared to get the run-around, but it will payoff.

    info@myronmorales.com

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