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Dear Editor,

I am an immigration attorney in Jacksonville, FL with an Afghani asylee client. We have had an approved I-730 petition for this client's unmarried, 19 year old son, pending at the American Embassy/INS in New Delhi, India since late August, 2000. Even after numerous letters, a phone call to INS-New Delhi, and requests from Congressional offices to intervene, INS-New Delhi still will not confirm that they have this petition on file (although I independently confirmed delivery in New Delhi of the diplomatic pouch sent from the U.S.), and has not set an appointment for this kid. I can't seem to get them to move on this, contrary to the typical, fast procedure at other consulates/embassies/INS overseas offices for I-730 beneficiaries. Any suggestions as to how to deal with INS-New Delhi or has anyone had experience with this office?

Nancy Hale


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