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    Whats the success rate % for ciudad juarez I-601 Approval

    I am very nervous my lawyer said there was a 75% success rate can any one tell me if this sound correct?

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    we dont know about % but all cases are aprove. so relax. and visualise you waiver is being aproved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iiochoa View Post
    I am very nervous my lawyer said there was a 75% success rate can any one tell me if this sound correct?
    We know its at least 50% at CDJ, other consulates not so sure. Lets hope what your lawyer was probably telling you is given your own case's fact pattern and your personal family history that he/she was estimating that your case had at least a 75% chance of approval.

    Alternately your lawyer could be referring to his/her own historical success rate in getting waivers approved which could be good, telling you this lawyer has good track record or mean nothing if the lawyer had only worked on one I601 before or even it he/she had lots of cases but your fact pattern differed significantly from previous cases he/she worked on or went through other consulates.

    Under the current structure, CDJ approves within a matter of days approximately 50 percent of waivers filed, while the other 50
    percent are referred for additional review, which, at the time of writing this review, takes 10-12 months for full
    adjudication.
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    i think the stats that i've seen mentioned, although i have no sources, so take it with a grain of salt, are that about 50% are immediately approved, while the other 50% are referred and decided on several months later. i'm not sure the percentage of referred cases that are ultimately approved. but i would say that 75% ultimate approval (even after backlog) is probably pretty close to accurate. CDJ is actually a pretty easy going consulate, as far as these things go, and they have a pretty good approval rate.
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    umm....not really sure what else to put here. i guess we'll count down to citizenship! woohoo!



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    Quote Originally Posted by jenny2da View Post
    we dont know about % but all cases are aprove. so relax. and visualise you waiver is being aproved.
    All cases are not approved! Who ever told you that, is not giving you accurate information. You have to go with knowing that there is a chace you may be referred / backlogg. Some cases have been denied after a backlogg. It is up to you and your attorney on proving hardships to Petitioner. http://immigrate2us.net/forum/showth...y-I2US-Members <<< Here is a link of recommended lawyers on this forum.

    While petitioning in Mexico you have a chance for same day approval which is not an opportunity other countries have. But again my opinion sometimes it's better to be prepared for the worst. Best of Luck!
    Last edited by ALONSO; 10-15-2010 at 04:47 PM. Reason: spelling
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    thanks for catching that alonso, i didn't see that. omg, all cases are not approved. there would be no point to having to even wait for adjudication if they were. you should always be prepared for the possibility of a denial. but, like i said before, CDJ does have a pretty good approval rate, so if you make sure you submit a good waiver package, you can be assured at least a pretty good chance. it's scary taking the risk, but i think it's a calculated risk that you have to take, since you could be picked up anytime while you're in the US illegally. it's all worth the effort in the end.
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    umm....not really sure what else to put here. i guess we'll count down to citizenship! woohoo!



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    I wish you good luck with your case.

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