Archive for the ‘I-751 Petitions’ Category

Expedited Naturalization Under INA §319(b)

8/12/2015 Written by SRW Lawyers

Last week, I had the privilege of watching my client, a Thai national, become a U.S. citizen. She was administratively sworn in at the USCIS Buffalo Office by the Field Director after being approved for expedited naturalization under INA §319(b). She walked into the USCIS Buffalo Office as a conditional lawful permanent resident and about […]Read More >

Navigating through USCIS, EOIR, ICE for a Successful Conclusion

9/11/2013 Written by SRW Lawyers

A few months ago, a colleague of ours referred a case to us – a fairly complicated case involving Form I-751 with a waiver of the joint filing requirement, as well as removal proceedings, and which had already involved four immigration attorneys who were unable to successfully resolve the matter. When our client was referred […]Read More >

USCIS Issue with I-751 Receipt Notice Numbers

2/28/2012 Written by SRW Lawyers

According to recent reports, USCIS is not using the receipt number listed on the I-797 receipt notice for Form I-751 (Petition to Remove the Conditions of Residence) as the basis for tracking the status of the petition. Instead, USCIS is tracking I-751 petitions based on the receipt numbers listed on the subsequently issued biometric notices. […]Read More >