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QUESTION: "is there a statue of limanations in regards XXXXX XXXXX office of inspector general proceding after a period over 2 years??????"
ANSWER: First of all, please allow me to say that I am genuinely sorry for the circumstances. I can only imagine how incredibly stressful and frustrating this whole mess is for you. Alright, here is how this works. I will give it to your straight out. There is no applicable limitations period for this type of administrative law action, period. There certainly are statutes of limitations for civil cases and/or criminal prosecutions. In this instance, however, that is just not the case, which has wrecked more havoc than I could even describe having witnessed over some years of legal practice. I would love to say otherwise, but I just respect you too much to do you the disservice of misleading you or providing false information, even when the means being the bearer of entirely correct although admittedly discouraging news. Neither you or I created the system, and very often I personally disagree with it, but nevertheless that is the truthful reality.
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I truly hope all works out for you.