Middlefield, CT asked in Immigration Law for Connecticut

Q: USCIS not sending receipt for reentry permit

Hi, I'm an LPR of 28 years and had to go abroad to help my sick and old parents, with an I-131, 2-year reentry permit that just expired. I came back 2 months ago to file for a new but have not even gotten the receipt note. I've found that there are severe delays, no oversight, no follow up and I may have to sit and wait for months with the severe consequences it has for me, financially and otherwise. Are there any ways that your firm can aid in this process? To me it seems like an antiquated system, completely at breaking point, which we as perm. residents have to accept as part of our "journey."

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Nareshwar Singh Virdi
Nareshwar Singh Virdi
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  • Sacramento, CA

A: Unfortunately, this is the reality that we live in. Our firm can assist in following up on the issue and to seek some resolution. However, given the pandemic and changing political climate, the situation is totally unpredictable.

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