Yes, this is very frustrating. Thanks for your help again.
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I saw this on another Lawyers website...has anyone heard of this "A" file ?
Waivers where the applicant has an “A” file will typically be referred, since that file will have to be reviewed before making a decision and it takes two to three weeks to receive the file. The USCIS office in Cd. Juarez will hold onto those cases until the A file is obtained where there is evidence of strong hardships.
There are fewer than 4,000 waiver applications in Ciudad Juarez. This number reflects the applications received and referred during a three-month period. There are still unadjudicated applications pending in the offices where they were referred.