Yes, some I-730s do take much longer than they should. I have long suspected that the government singles out certain people for delay based on prior orders of removal/immigration violations that are forgiven with an approved I-730. But I'm sure there are other delays that are completely arbitrary. The only thing that you can do to force the government to act is file a mandamus action. I've seen it done on long delayed I-730s. But three years is the exception to the norm, as the case processing times show.
Originally Posted by colocolo
Last edited by senowen; 27th June 2008 at 06:30 AM.
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