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I am 24 years old & i had my green card since 8 years. i had

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I am 24 years old & i had my green card since 8 years. i had green card through my mother, she was granted asylum in july, 2000. my mom applied for green card in late 2002 & I & my younger brother apllied in 2005, i & my brother was under 18 & we recieved our green card in mail in 2006. when my father applied for adjustment he did mark no on questions asked in I-485, Have you ever arrested inside or outside united states. He answered no, due to that immigration denied my mom & my dad's application & they recieved notice to intent to terminate.
Last year i did applied for citizen, i had my finger prints taken & later i did pass my citizen interview, on interview officer told me that i will recieve oath letter in mail, it has bieng over year & i haven't recieve any deciesion.

Am i still connected with my mom's, because i got green card through her?????.
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It is possible but there is nothing you can do about it until you hear from them. Worrying about it will do you no good. If you want to push your case along, you can do any of the following things:


1) Call the USCIS Customer Service number at 1-800-375-5283.

2) Go to http://infopass.uscis.gov/ and make an appointment to speak in person with an immigration officer to find out the status.

3) Because the case is very delayed, you may contact your U.S. Congressmen to get them involved and have their staff push the case along. Here is a helpful link to help you with this: http://www.usa.gov/Contact/Elected.shtml.

4) And finally, you could hire an attorney to find out the status and also push the case along. You can try to find one at http://www.ailalawyer.com/.

If it turns out that they will reopen your Residency case because of what happened with your mother, then you should hire an attorney to explore options. But for now, you will need to try to do one of those 4 things that I listed.

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