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  • My Lawyer is screwing things by delaying RFE response.Any lawyer in the forum?

    Hi All,

    I received an RFE on I-485.
    RFE is regarding I-864 and it says that the petitioner is meeting the income requirement.
    I posted that in the forum few days back.
    https://www.immihelp.com/forum/adjus...ner-unemployed

    I want to reply for the RFE fast as i am receiving RFE after like 7 months.
    I filed AOS on july ,2019 and now my i-765 is out of processing time and i want to raise a SR ,but since i have RFE on I-485 ,i think they will ignore my SR.
    Anyways i want to reply to RFE fast.But my lawyer is not responding to my emails and lawyer says that she is yet to receive a copy of RFE and she is keeping me in wait.
    I was thinking of replying to RFE by myself,but i am worried about that too.

    Any lawyers in the forum who can help me.
    Last edited by cruze_110; 02-07-2020, 10:16 AM.

  • #2
    This should've been done since day 1. Drop this lawyer RIGHT NOW. I'd recommend that you go on avvo and find a good lawyer there. Just Google avvo lawyers and you'll thank me later. Most of them will do a consultation for free. And they're located in your area. Don't wait any longer or you'll risk getting this denied. REF's are extremely important and the faster you do it the better.

    Good luck!

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    • #3
      i did find this lawyer from avvo after seeing all the good ratings.I am thinking to switch to another lawyer.
      i could have done the process by myself ,but to avoid delay and to avoid mistakes ,i hired a lawyer,but looks like they are the one not informed,atleast in my case.
      The people is forums are much more informed than them,most of the times.
      I was eligible to apply for AOS based on the filing chart in visa bulletin(since i am in USA already legally), but lawyer was saying wait for I-130 to get approved first.After i sent links with all the info,lawyer agreed to file AOS.
      Bad experience for me.
      Last edited by cruze_110; 02-07-2020, 11:36 AM.

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      • #4
        Respond to the RFE right away! Most of the times if your case is straight forward there’s no reason to use these lawyers. Delaying the RFE will definitely delay your whole filing process.
        Field Office: Hartford, CT
        PD: 5/21/2019
        Filed forms: I-130; I-485; I-765
        B1/B/2 married to USC
        5/21/2019: I-130 and I-484 received
        7/12/2019: fingerprint review complete
        8/29/2019: received rejected form I-485 due to bounced check
        9/11/2019: mailed new I-485 with new check and I-765
        10/22/2019: biometrics complete
        11/22/2019: ready to schedule interview
        12/18/2019: called USCIS and request exp on I-485
        12/20/2019: Expedite received and complete
        12/26/2019: I-765 approved

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        • #5
          You have a certain time limit to respond to the RFE,can you go in to your lawyers office or call ?Switching lawyers may delay your case even further.

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          • #6
            Hello,

            I am new in this thread and I would appreciate advice from any of you so much. I am adjusting status from immediate relative from F1 Visa. I passed the biometrics and I just received a Yellow RFIE. On it, they ask me to submit a copy of the birth certificate of the applicant (is it me, the beneficiary? or my USC husband, the petitioner?).
            I already sent a copy of my birth certificate on my original package along with a certified translation (from Spain). Does anyone know why I got this RFIE? I seriously appreciate some help.
            Thank you all and I hope your processes go smoothly

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            • #7
              Oh my, that's not the way you handle a Request for Evidence from USCIS. I agree with Johny. You should immediately drop that lawyer and find a new one. When it comes to misfesance claims, it's essential to have a lawyer who knows what they're doing. You need to respond to the RFE within the timeframe indicated. Delaying it all over the timeline will cause a lot of problems for you in the future. I believe it's best to do it as soon as possible. The immigration official that's adjudicating your case needs to have enough evidence to make a favorable decision.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Anydawana View Post
                Oh my, that's not the way you handle a Request for Evidence from USCIS. I agree with Johny. You should immediately drop that lawyer and find a new one. When it comes to misfesance claims, it's essential to have a lawyer who knows what they're doing. You need to respond to the RFE within the timeframe indicated. Delaying it all over the timeline will cause a lot of problems for you in the future. I believe it's best to do it as soon as possible. The immigration official that's adjudicating your case needs to have enough evidence to make a favorable decision.
                Oh my, that's not the way you handle a Request for Evidence from USCIS. I agree with Johny. You should immediately drop that lawyer and find a new one. When it comes to claim, it's essential to have a lawyer who knows what they're doing. You need to respond to the RFE within the timeframe indicated. Delaying it all over the timeline will cause a lot of problems for you in the future. I believe it's best to do it as soon as possible. The immigration official that's adjudicating your case needs to have enough evidence to make a favorable decision.

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                • #9
                  I do not understand how lawyers can put off such critical cases; it's terrible; change the lawyer urgently! If you were recently involved in an accident, you could claim compensation. If you have been injured in a car accident, you need to devote all of your time and energy to recovery. Serious injuries require quality The last thing you should be doing is fighting the insurance company and claiming your due compensation. The stress of such cases can make your recovery more complex. You will receive fair compensation if you handle the case yourself. The chances of increasing your balance are significantly increased if you hire an attorney to handle your case.
                  Last edited by runducoff; 08-07-2021, 04:08 AM.

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                  • #10
                    Oh, it seems to me that your lawyer is simply incompetent or trying to deceive you. First of all, change your lawyer, you definitely won't be able to solve such a case on your own if you don't have a legal education! It's a pity that this happens. I have a friend in Sweden, he told me recently, Vad är abt 06. He says that in Sweden, for example, if you can't do something because of a lawyer, then you can sue the lawyer himself. I think that in the USA it is also possible to do this because you have these problems only because of a lawyer and I think that if you cannot move because of his fault, then you should not have problems from the US government.
                    Last edited by harryreess; 10-06-2021, 12:47 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Be careful, I had/have an incompetent lawyer with even worse paralegal who never accepts when they are wrong. Be wary and careful of some of these lawyers, just bout $$$$$, while we worried about not just our lives but our loved ones and everyone else in this great country
                      Sacramento, CA
                      11/22/19 Package sent I 485, [Chicago LockBox). I 130 already filed August 1st( August 8th Priority date)
                      11/29/19 Card ran by USCIS for $1225
                      12/13/19 Notice for Biomterics appt.
                      12/23/19 Biometrics
                      1/31/2020 Yellow RFIE in mail(missing Birth certificate)
                      2/5/2020 RFIE received at USCIS
                      2/14/20 Received I 693 courtesy letter
                      2/14/20 ready to be scheduled intervw
                      08/31/20 EAD /SSC
                      09/03/21 Notice for biometrics appointment I 130 USC
                      10/04/21 Case actively being reviewed

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