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  • Hill Tom
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    middle of bickering between BCIS and the Embassy in London over who has the correct interpretation of law. BCIS changed my status to E-1 but the Embassy says they will not issue the appropriate visa because they believe BCIS made a mistake. BCIS refuses to accept that so here I am, stuck in the US and unable to travel. What on earth can I do? Confused of FL




    Julie
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    posted October 14, 2003 05:29 AM
    Contact a congressman, contact the head of the State Dept, get a lawyer.




    Dad of 3
    Member
    posted October 14, 2003 07:41 PM
    Now if that dont beat all. Give me a break...this is what I call government customer service at its best! The two agencies (Homeland Security and State) just signed a memo or understanding. Hire an attorney, give that to the attorney and pray! Aint this a kicker!




    cfi
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    posted October 14, 2003 10:12 PM
    thanks Julie and Dad of 3. Yep, I think the only way through this mess is for a Judge to decide - lets hope in the plaintiff's favor though!!!!




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  • cfi
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    thanks Julie and Dad of 3. Yep, I think the only way through this mess is for a Judge to decide - lets hope in the plaintiff's favor though!!!!

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  • Dad of 3
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    Now if that dont beat all. Give me a break...this is what I call government customer service at its best! The two agencies (Homeland Security and State) just signed a memo or understanding. Hire an attorney, give that to the attorney and pray! Aint this a kicker!

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  • Julie
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    Contact a congressman, contact the head of the State Dept, get a lawyer.

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  • cfi
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    I'm stuck in the middle of bickering between BCIS and the Embassy in London over who has the correct interpretation of law. BCIS changed my status to E-1 but the Embassy says they will not issue the appropriate visa because they believe BCIS made a mistake. BCIS refuses to accept that so here I am, stuck in the US and unable to travel. What on earth can I do? Confused of FL

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    I'm stuck in the middle of bickering between BCIS and the Embassy in London over who has the correct interpretation of law. BCIS changed my status to E-1 but the Embassy says they will not issue the appropriate visa because they believe BCIS made a mistake. BCIS refuses to accept that so here I am, stuck in the US and unable to travel. What on earth can I do? Confused of FL
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