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    My Application for AOS was November 4, 2016. I checked it today that New processing time have a date of November 14, 2016. which means they should of have adjudicated on my Case. What do I need to do in this case?

    Has anyone themselves or know anyone who has gone through a situation like this? if so, please share their experience and the outcome of it. Thank you.

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    For the ones that got aos approved, did all of you guys went to court to testify?? Do people still get aos approved by being a victim of a crime, but never went to court??

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    I never went to court to testify. All i had was a police report and evidence that I worked with the police to identify the suspects.

    Quote Originally Posted by jr_time View Post
    For the ones that got aos approved, did all of you guys went to court to testify?? Do people still get aos approved by being a victim of a crime, but never went to court??

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesp View Post
    I never went to court to testify. All i had was a police report and evidence that I worked with the police to identify the suspects.
    For me I'll I have is the police report of what happened, they did a photograph line up, but was not able to dentify the suspects. After that only once I spoke to the detectives. Sometimes I wonder if my aos will be strong enough to get approved, my lawyer always tell me not to worry that I will get approved. I think with immigration it's never guaranteed.

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    Yes, you can be approved. As long as you never refused to cooperate with the authorities or if there is something you didn't do, it was b/c you were unable to do it for a legitimate reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonlight View Post
    Yes, you can be approved. As long as you never refused to cooperate with the authorities or if there is something you didn't do, it was b/c you were unable to do it for a legitimate reason.
    I gave all the information I remember from the crime. We met like twice to give the information and they said they would contact me if they needed more info, after that never got in contact with them. I went this route with the uvisa because my lawyer would tell me I would get my greencard without leaving the country. Just hope and pray she is right.

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    Your lawyer is right.

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