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  • Juarez tells Texas Bar long processing times?

    My lawyer informed me in June, 2005 that Ciudad Juarez office met with Texas bar and said it will take over a year to schedule an initial interview for my husband's visa processing, and then another 6 months to 1 year to adjudicate a hardship waiver. My lawyer is not from texas.

    Anyone know if this info is true? She said minutes from meeting should be on-line shortly. Could I access that info?

    She said delay is due to staff shortage. In October 2004 she told us that it would take 6 months, total. We are now talking about 2.5 years, including time already past. Is this an unusual oversight of hers?

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    My lawyer informed me in June, 2005 that Ciudad Juarez office met with Texas bar and said it will take over a year to schedule an initial interview for my husband's visa processing, and then another 6 months to 1 year to adjudicate a hardship waiver. My lawyer is not from texas.

    Anyone know if this info is true? She said minutes from meeting should be on-line shortly. Could I access that info?

    She said delay is due to staff shortage. In October 2004 she told us that it would take 6 months, total. We are now talking about 2.5 years, including time already past. Is this an unusual oversight of hers?

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