retake fingerprints?

Old Feb 1st 2001, 1:29 am
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Dan Jerghiuta
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I got my fingerprints taken for I-485. I called FBI after a cople of days and they said
they rejected them. Does anybody know what happens next? Can INS decide to go on with
processing without re-taking the fingerprints? Am I back at the end of the queue and wait
for another 6 months?
 
Old Feb 4th 2001, 8:11 pm
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Ingo
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You should call the INS office (be patient! It can take hours of redialing) and see if
they already received the fingerprint rejection. Be friendly about it, and ask them to
schedule another fingerprint appointment for you. There is no guarantee they will do this,
but a good chance.

If you don't follow up on this, INS may keep your I-485 on the pile longer than necessary.

Ingo

On Thu, 1 Feb 2001 08:29:15 -0600, "Dan Jerghiuta"

>I got my fingerprints taken for I-485. I called FBI after a cople of days and they said
>they rejected them. Does anybody know what happens next? Can INS decide to go on with
>processing without re-taking the fingerprints? Am I back at the end of the queue and wait
>for another 6 months?

I am not a lawyer and this is not legal advice. For reliable advice, please consult with a
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For further information, check the following frequently-requested links.

For many questions, you may find answers at http://travel.state.gov/visa_services.html
(Department of State)

or http://ins.usdoj.gov (INS).

For consular policies and visa reciprocity fees, find your consulate in
http://travel.state.gov/links.html

For DOL Faxback status information: http://workforcesecurity.doleta.gov/

For information on affidavit of support for marriage to US citizens (I-864), go to
http://travel.state.gov/i864gen.html and http://travel.state.gov/checklist.html

For information on entering the US as a K-1: http://www.k1poelist.com/

For poverty levels, see http://aspe.os.dhhs.gov/poverty/00poverty.htm

For information on H/L/O/P visa extensions at Dept. of State in St. Louis, MO, see
http://travel.state.gov/revals.html

For non-official information, check:

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http://greencard-lottery.virtualave.net/ http://www.jcvisa.com (H-1B)
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Old Feb 6th 2001, 2:43 am
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Dan Jerghiuta
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I called NSC. It took only a few minutes (!) to get an answer. I was told they are not
allowed to send a new appointment letter and that I have to wait.

Anything else I could try? Should I keep trying, maybe I get somebody else to answer?

> You should call the INS office (be patient! It can take hours of redialing) and see if
> they already received the fingerprint rejection. Be friendly about it, and ask them to
> schedule another fingerprint appointment for you. There is no guarantee they will do
> this, but a good chance.
>
> If you don't follow up on this, INS may keep your I-485 on the pile longer than
> necessary.
>
> Ingo
>
> On Thu, 1 Feb 2001 08:29:15 -0600, "Dan Jerghiuta"

>
> >I got my fingerprints taken for I-485. I called FBI after a cople of days and they said
> >they rejected them. Does anybody know what happens next? Can INS decide to go on with
processing
> >without re-taking the fingerprints? Am I back at the end of the queue and wait for
> >another 6 months?
>
> I am not a lawyer and this is not legal advice. For reliable advice, please consult with
> a professional immigration attorney.
>
> For further information, check the following frequently-requested links.
>
> For many questions, you may find answers at http://travel.state.gov/visa_services.html
> (Department of State)
>
> or http://ins.usdoj.gov (INS).
>
> For consular policies and visa reciprocity fees, find your consulate in
> http://travel.state.gov/links.html
>
> For DOL Faxback status information: http://workforcesecurity.doleta.gov/
>
> For information on affidavit of support for marriage to US citizens (I-864), go to
> http://travel.state.gov/i864gen.html and http://travel.state.gov/checklist.html
>
> For information on entering the US as a K-1: http://www.k1poelist.com/
>
> For poverty levels, see http://aspe.os.dhhs.gov/poverty/00poverty.htm
>
>
> For information on H/L/O/P visa extensions at Dept. of State in St. Louis, MO, see
> http://travel.state.gov/revals.html
>
>
> For non-official information, check:
>
> (When using these sites, and any Web sites, please watch out for privacy, as I do not
> know all site operators.)
>
> http://www.visalaw.com http://www.shusterman.com http://www.immigration.com
> http://members.aol.com/MDUdall http://www.murthy.com/ http://www.getusavisa.com
> http://greencard-lottery.virtualave.net/ http://www.jcvisa.com (H-1B)
> http://www.h1bresources.com (marriage and fiancee) http://www.kamya.com/misc/ (marriage
> and fiancee) http://www2.apex.net/users/thehydes http://www.formshome.com
> http://www.workpermit.com
>
> This is not an endorsement of any of these Web sites. I am not affiliated with any of
> the Web site owners and do not receive nor accept payment in return for listing them,
> and typically don't even know them.
>
> (if believe you have a good immigration-related Web site and want your Web site listed
> here, please e-mail me).
 
Old Feb 11th 2001, 3:17 pm
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Ingo
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No, just wait. It's quite possible that while the IIO was unable to send you a new
appointment letter, the very act of calling will have flagged your case and bring it to
the attention of an adjudicator, who may - may - send you another appointment letter soon.

IIOs indeed cannot make any decisions on the phone, but they can alert somebody else to
this case.

Ingo

On Tue, 6 Feb 2001 09:43:50 -0600, "Dan Jerghiuta"

>I called NSC. It took only a few minutes (!) to get an answer. I was told they are not
>allowed to send a new appointment letter and that I have to wait.
>
>Anything else I could try? Should I keep trying, maybe I get somebody else to answer?
>

>> You should call the INS office (be patient! It can take hours of redialing) and see if
>> they already received the fingerprint rejection. Be friendly about it, and ask them to
>> schedule another fingerprint appointment for you. There is no guarantee they will do
>> this, but a good chance.
>>
>> If you don't follow up on this, INS may keep your I-485 on the pile longer than
>> necessary.
>>
>> Ingo
>>
>> On Thu, 1 Feb 2001 08:29:15 -0600, "Dan Jerghiuta"

>>
>> >I got my fingerprints taken for I-485. I called FBI after a cople of days and they
>> >said they rejected them. Does anybody know what happens next? Can INS decide to go
>> >on with
>processing
>> >without re-taking the fingerprints? Am I back at the end of the queue and wait for
>> >another 6 months?
>>
>> I am not a lawyer and this is not legal advice. For reliable advice, please consult
>> with a professional immigration attorney.
>>
>> For further information, check the following frequently-requested links.
>>
>> For many questions, you may find answers at http://travel.state.gov/visa_services.html
>> (Department of State)
>>
>> or http://ins.usdoj.gov (INS).
>>
>> For consular policies and visa reciprocity fees, find your consulate in
>> http://travel.state.gov/links.html
>>
>> For DOL Faxback status information: http://workforcesecurity.doleta.gov/
>>
>> For information on affidavit of support for marriage to US citizens (I-864), go to
>> http://travel.state.gov/i864gen.html and http://travel.state.gov/checklist.html
>>
>> For information on entering the US as a K-1: http://www.k1poelist.com/
>>
>> For poverty levels, see http://aspe.os.dhhs.gov/poverty/00poverty.htm
>>
>>
>> For information on H/L/O/P visa extensions at Dept. of State in St. Louis, MO, see
>> http://travel.state.gov/revals.html
>>
>>
>> For non-official information, check:
>>
>> (When using these sites, and any Web sites, please watch out for privacy, as I do not
>> know all site operators.)
>>
>> http://www.visalaw.com http://www.shusterman.com http://www.immigration.com
>> http://members.aol.com/MDUdall http://www.murthy.com/ http://www.getusavisa.com
>> http://greencard-lottery.virtualave.net/ http://www.jcvisa.com (H-1B)
>> http://www.h1bresources.com (marriage and fiancee) http://www.kamya.com/misc/ (marriage
>> and fiancee) http://www2.apex.net/users/thehydes http://www.formshome.com
>> http://www.workpermit.com
>>
>> This is not an endorsement of any of these Web sites. I am not affiliated with any of
>> the Web site owners and do not receive nor accept payment in return for listing them,
>> and typically don't even know them.
>>
>> (if believe you have a good immigration-related Web site and want your Web site listed
>> here, please e-mail me).
>
>

I am not a lawyer and this is not legal advice. For reliable advice, please consult with a
professional immigration attorney.

For further information, check the following frequently-requested links.

For many questions, you may find answers at http://travel.state.gov/visa_services.html
(Department of State)

or http://ins.usdoj.gov (INS).

For consular policies and visa reciprocity fees, find your consulate in
http://travel.state.gov/links.html

For DOL Faxback status information: http://workforcesecurity.doleta.gov/

For information on affidavit of support for marriage to US citizens (I-864), go to
http://travel.state.gov/i864gen.html and http://travel.state.gov/checklist.html

For information on entering the US as a K-1: http://www.k1poelist.com/

For poverty levels, see http://aspe.os.dhhs.gov/poverty/00poverty.htm

For information on H/L/O/P visa extensions at Dept. of State in St. Louis, MO, see
http://travel.state.gov/revals.html

For non-official information, check:

(When using these sites, and any Web sites, please watch out for privacy, as I do not know
all site operators.)

http://www.visalaw.com http://www.shusterman.com http://www.immigration.com
http://members.aol.com/MDUdall http://www.murthy.com/ http://www.getusavisa.com
http://greencard-lottery.virtualave.net/ http://www.jcvisa.com (H-1B)
http://www.h1bresources.com (marriage and fiancee) http://www.kamya.com/misc/ (marriage
and fiancee) http://www2.apex.net/users/thehydes http://www.formshome.com
http://www.workpermit.com

This is not an endorsement of any of these Web sites. I am not affiliated with any of the
Web site owners and do not receive nor accept payment in return for listing them, and
typically don't even know them.

(if believe you have a good immigration-related Web site and want your Web site listed
here, please e-mail me).
 

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