I'd ask for my money back and then file Pro Se.
Originally Posted by Soul01
If you're uncomfortable actually filing Pro Se, why don't you do the following:
1. Draw up all your paperwork (the complaint in the format required by your District court and copies of all the evidence you're planning to present)
2. Send it off to the USCIS and the US attorney of your District with a letter stating the summary of your case as well as your intention to file this complaint if action isn't taken within x days (give them 45-60 days due to the upcoming holidays). I know this adds another couple of months to your misery, but the Lawyer doesn't seen to be helping any...
Once you give them a copy of the complaint, they know that the Mandamus complaint isn't an empty threat and that usually gets the file moving.
If it doesn't, then at least you can hand over the complaint to (a different) attorney and give them a starting point for the complaint.
If you've already done this, please ignore.
Last edited by GungaDin; 20th November 2009 at 02:37 PM.
San Francisco DO
N-400 sent to Phoenix
11-09-2009: Priority Date (N400 Recv'd @PHX)
01-14-2010: Interview Date
03-10-2010: Oath/ Applied for Passport@Oath Ceremony