Went to citizenship interview, past the tests, but the officer did not make a decesion. Do not have criminal, tax or any other kind of " bad reasons" to delay my application. The offcer said the file was incomplete, so she couldn't make a decision?!? Got perm resident through special category from ex-spouse, and thought it is confidentail information, but the interviewer started asking me all the questions about it...?!? Got the N-652 with checked "passed test", " Follow instructions on N-14 " or "USCIS will send you a writtem decision. Neither A or B ( approval or no decesion can't be made) were checked. What does it mean? The officer of course, did not explain me anything and kicked me out...
Appreciate your answers, no clue whats' going on...
1 Answer from Attorneys
If you don't have a criminal convictions or any arrests, I am guessing there may be some questions as to how you got your green card through your ex-spouse. You should discuss the facts of your case with an immigration attorney who can then follow up with your case. Please free to contact me at 415-273-9123 or [email protected] to discuss this matter further.
Seeta L. Nangia, Esq.
Law Offices of Seeta Nangia
Exclusively Practicing Immigration Law
Phone: (415) 273-9123
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