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    2014 applicants

    Hello friends

    I applied u visa on September 1, 2014. To this day I have not received any updates. When I sent inquiry to USCIS, this is what they say:

    “The processing of above referenced clients case has been delayed. A check of our record establishes that your that your client’s case is not yet ready for a decision, as the required security checks remain pending.

    We cannot move forward on your case until the security checks have been completed. These security checks must be completed on all applicants who apply for the immigration benefit your client is seeking. We will provide you with a decision on this case as soon as possible after the security checks are complete.”

    Can anyone advice on what to do?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by cp0527 View Post
    Hello friends

    I applied u visa on September 1, 2014. To this day I have not received any updates. When I sent inquiry to USCIS, this is what they say:

    “The processing of above referenced clients case has been delayed. A check of our record establishes that your that your client’s case is not yet ready for a decision, as the required security checks remain pending.

    We cannot move forward on your case until the security checks have been completed. These security checks must be completed on all applicants who apply for the immigration benefit your client is seeking. We will provide you with a decision on this case as soon as possible after the security checks are complete.”

    Can anyone advice on what to do?

    Thanks
    There isn’t much advice that can be given without knowing more. If that is the response sent to your legal representative they should really follow up. If you already completed your fingerprint and other ID checks then it means that the FBI check is taking sometime. Do you have a very common name? If that is the case you have to get an immigration specialist. They will know what is required. Because USCIS aren’t asking for you to provide any information there isn’t much you can do apart from suing them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cp0527 View Post
    Hello friends

    I applied u visa on September 1, 2014. To this day I have not received any updates. When I sent inquiry to USCIS, this is what they say:

    “The processing of above referenced clients case has been delayed. A check of our record establishes that your that your client’s case is not yet ready for a decision, as the required security checks remain pending.

    We cannot move forward on your case until the security checks have been completed. These security checks must be completed on all applicants who apply for the immigration benefit your client is seeking. We will provide you with a decision on this case as soon as possible after the security checks are complete.”

    Can anyone advice on what to do?

    Thanks
    You need an immigration lawyer to help you get this resolved. Its been 5 years of waiting for you. Thats is too long to wait. For some reason, the fbi has not provided to USCIS your criminal record.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leah View Post
    There isn’t much advice that can be given without knowing more. If that is the response sent to your legal representative they should really follow up. If you already completed your fingerprint and other ID checks then it means that the FBI check is taking sometime. Do you have a very common name? If that is the case you have to get an immigration specialist. They will know what is required. Because USCIS aren’t asking for you to provide any information there isn’t much you can do apart from suing them.
    I couldn’t find the case I was looking for but found this. Maybe have a look and see if it helps you. I was looking for a case I had come across if someone in a similar situation. But this outlines the process of a suit. Whatever you decide make sure to contact an immigration specialist lawyer.
    https://hackinglawpractice.com/blog/...against-uscis/

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