The US immigration process can be extremely frustrating, and to add to it, processing times are very unpredictable. It can take weeks to months to file an immigration case and to receive confirmation that your case is processing. Once your application is in processing, it can take months to years to receive a final decision on your case. Even then, it can be very difficult to get a clear answer on where your application stands. Here, we discuss what your options are if your immigration case is taking longer than normal below.
Facing unreasonable delays in your US immigration case? Mandamus actions could be your lifeline. Explore everything you need to know about compelling the US government to take action with our comprehensive guide.
Navigating the path to secure help from your Congressional representative for a delayed immigration case can seem complex. If your case extends beyond typical processing timelines and you have exhausted all administrative solutions, Congressional aid can prove to be beneficial. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to seek Congressional intervention when your immigration case encounters roadblocks.
The US immigrant visa process involves three crucial agencies: the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), US Embassies and Consulates, and the National Visa Center (NVC). This guide will walk you through the NVC’s role in green card applications and how to keep track of your case.