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05-01-2008 09:17 PM
That's what I thought. What's a 1-2 punch?
05-02-2008 06:39 AM
sidewinder wrote:DV first!!!I wouldn't do the 1-2 punch until after 35 days have gone by with no response to 1st DV.The reason you DV first is because if you dispute the CA has the right to ask YOU to provide information to back your dispute. When you DV, the burden of proof is on THEM.
05-02-2008 07:38 AM
sidewinder wrote:DV first!!!I wouldn't do the 1-2 punch until after 35 days have gone by with no response to 1st DV.The reason you DV first is because if you dispute the CA has the right to ask YOU to provide information to back your dispute. When you DV, the burden of proof is on THEM.Why 35 days? I just sent out my 1st DVs and was under the impression that you dispute as soon as you get the green card back. I only have 2 (1 paid, 1 unpaid) to remove and I want to make sure that I do it right.TIA!!shawnette
05-02-2008 08:42 AM
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