In the US migration process, what does the administrative closure of my case mean?

In the US migration process, what does the administrative closure of my case mean?

The administrative closure of my case basically means that we are talking about a consular process.

In a few words, this process has been pending for more than a year in what is the National Visa Center or in the Consulate. It has been inactive for more than a year.

It means that the person has all this time without doing anything with the case, without taking any action, having him doze basically the Immigration laws and both the Consulate and the National Visa Center can destroy it administratively.

In short, if a case is administratively closed, then the petition that gave rise to that migration process has been destroyed. This means that the entire process would have to be started from scratch.

For example, if the petition or case is based on the fact that a citizen petitioned for his brother, and she waits, as we know, around 14 or 15 years, if it is administratively destroyed, it means that it must start from zero.

What option do I have in case I really found out that my case was in the consulate precisely because of that notification that it has been administratively destroyed?

Well, in that case, I have all the power, either to the National Visa Center or to the Consulate, to tell them that at no time was the notification received that the case was already available to start what is the consular phase.

Likewise, if there are situations that are out of the control or reach of the beneficiary of the visa, then these evidences or arguments can also be established. For example, if a person is in a process of medical or depression treatment, all these arguments and evidence could help the case to be re-established and not be closed to continue with the non-immigrant visa process.

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