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Another win for Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner

After nearly 6 years, Client’s application for adjustment of status (AOS) as the battered spouse of a U.S. citizen was approved by USCIS.  Client’s initial I-360 was approved by USCIS but at the adjustment stage was revoked and his application for adjustment of status was denied.  He then filed a second I-360 which was again approved and he again filed for AOS.  His second application was pending for over 2 years and after several Requests for Evidence his application was approved and he is now a lawful permanent resident.

USCIS’s can now issue denials without an RFE under certain circumstances

USCIS’s new guidance regarding the discretion to deny an application, petition, or request without first issuing an RFE or NOID in certain circumstances will take effect next Tuesday, September 11, 2018.
Another hit on due process. However, going to court is always an option.

Another Win for the Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner

I-751 Divorce Waiver approved. Client retained us after he had received an RFE on a joint I-751 but he had since separated from his wife. We filed the necessary documents and then appeared at his interview. A second RFE was issued requesting Client’s final divorce decree, a statement in his own words and a request to change the case from a joint filing to a divorce waiver. Case approved 1 year after 2nd RFE.

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