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Status Inquiries

Many times you or someone you know have waited for an incredibly long time to hear from the Immigration and Naturalization Service and have no end in sight. You may have gone to the Immigration and Naturalization Service yourself and written several letters to no avail.

Our law firm knows exactly where to go for the inquiries and can so quickly and efficiently. Many times we can have the file located, an interview set and put everything in motion with just one personal appearance at the Immigration and Naturalization Service.

Whatever your situation is, our law firm can help. Otherwise, you might needlessly be waiting for years.

 

2 Comments - Leave a Comment
  • Erik Ratassepp -

    I am writing you, as I am an American citizen and my wife is Swiss. We married in the U.S. and proceeded through the immigration process, including her son. Both she and her son obtained conditional green cards. However, due to our work we had to move to Europe and are currently residing in the U.K. We were granted extensions for the biometrics appointment to obtain a non-conditional green card, though we have been out of the U.S. for approximately 2 ½ years to date. I am looking to see what types of options are available, as we are looking to return to the U.S. and I do not want to go through the entire process again. If you could please let me know I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you.

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