Joe Zass
Jul 10, 2024
finally πŸ˜ƒ
took a long time. getting good lawyers is a must. first lawyers caused RFEs and significant delays. second lawyers saved us.

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Professional (bachelor's degree)

Total Days: 617 days
Case
2022-10-31
2024-07-09
I-485
617 Days
National Benefits Center: I-485
Timeline Map
2022-10-31
I-485
Submission to USCIS
2022-12-01
I-485
D+31
Biometrics, i.e. fingerprint and photo
2024-03-22
I-485
D+508
Request for Evidence(RFE) from USCIS
2024-07-01
I-485
D+609
Response to RFE
2024-07-09
I-485
D+617
Decision (Approval or Denial)
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Peter OJul 11, 2024
congrats! what’s your priority date ?
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Rijo RijoJul 11, 2024
@Joe Zass, Congratulations 🎊. Please can you share what the first lawyer did wrongly and what the second lawyer did better? Thanks!
Joe ZassJul 11, 2024
this green card is for my wife. I received my green card first a year ago and she was RFEd. first RFE was for bona fide marriage - lawyers did not submit proof of marriage. second and third RFE were related to her J1 visa and if she was eligible to travel while green card was pending. all of this could have been avoided if my initial lawyers were diligent in the fillings. my first lawyers were through my employer and took 2 years to even submit the documents (eg PERM). my second lawyers I paid for. if you can avoid it, do not get lawyers through your employer. get your own representation

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