I would like to suggest that the INS move a little quicker with regard to petitions and \or immmigration forms filed. For example, the I-130 can take up to 3 years for approval or denial. This is absurd. Why should a family petition take so long while the family member is waiting in another country? Another example is the changes made in the scope and context of an immigration decision by a judge, such as having an original order of deportation re-instated, without the deportee being able to see a judge. I know this is illegal and unethical. It happened to me.
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