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Yes, you may request a haring on N-336. You will have to present evidence that you maintained a residence such as a lease, utility bills, etc., and it is still highly possible that because you exceeded the 6 months you will still be denied
Generally the exception is made when you work for a US employer, such as a US university who has a branch abroad and you have tenure in the US school but teach abroad. You still are paid in the US
This is an example of when you can exceed the 6 month rule.
You may file again 4 years and 1 day following your date of return to the US on the last trip that exceeded 180 days
You can apply in 2014
Hello are you there?
what month is better
for re apply
what was the exact date you returned in 2010?
it was october 21
Then you can file on October 22, 2014.
Remember you still have to have 30 out of the 60 months before filing in the US
That is a total of 30 months
yes that i now
thank for yor help
i'm sorry this happened to you but I don't think you will win the appeal hearing
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what u think better apply n336 or wait for re apply N400
Wait, it is expensive to appeal and I do not think you will win
It is throwing away money
Have a good evening, my friend
thank u too
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