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hi all...can anyone tell me if the beneficiary VISITING the US on a visa waiver program can be a motif of denial on the nvc? GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE


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2005 OCT 25 met online while i was in Iraq

2007 JUN 28 received green card in mail!!! (never got production order email) WOOHOOO

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FROM FILING FOR K-1 VISA TO GREEN CARD 1 YEAR!!

thanks CSC !!! :)

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Lifting conditions!! here we go again!

2009 MAR 27 Mailed I751 to Vermont USCIS

2009 MAR 31 Received in VSC

2009 APR 03 check cashed.

2009 APR 06 NOA biometrics

2009 JUL 17 card production ordered

2009 JUL 24 GREEEN CARD RECEIVED WE ARE DONE

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Not sure I understand the question. Visitation on the VWP, if there is no overstay, is not grounds for denial. David came to visit last May-Jun and we had filed in April...

Jen


8-30-05 Met David at a restaurant in Germany

3-28-06 David 'officially' proposed

4-26-06 I-129F mailed

9-25-06 Interview: APPROVED!

10-16-06 Flt to US, POE Detroit

11-5-06 Married

7-2-07 Green card received

9-12-08 Filed for divorce

12-5-08 Court hearing - divorce final

A great marriage is not when the "perfect couple" comes together.

It is when an imperfect couple learns to enjoy their differences.

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Not sure I understand the question. Visitation on the VWP, if there is no overstay, is not grounds for denial. David came to visit last May-Jun and we had filed in April...

Jen

i mean...can the nvc deny the whole process just because the affiance is in the countrie?Not over staying ...just a visit. do u guys know any official site or any official statement that can prove that?thanks guys


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2005 OCT 25 met online while i was in Iraq

2007 JUN 28 received green card in mail!!! (never got production order email) WOOHOOO

____________________________________________

FROM FILING FOR K-1 VISA TO GREEN CARD 1 YEAR!!

thanks CSC !!! :)

____________________________________________

Lifting conditions!! here we go again!

2009 MAR 27 Mailed I751 to Vermont USCIS

2009 MAR 31 Received in VSC

2009 APR 03 check cashed.

2009 APR 06 NOA biometrics

2009 JUL 17 card production ordered

2009 JUL 24 GREEEN CARD RECEIVED WE ARE DONE

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As far as I know, the answer is 'no', they can't and won't deny the application or do anything whatsoever just because the person is visiting. There is a possibility of being turned back at the border when visiting, but this really doesn't effect the process at all.

At least as far as I know, and I have my beloved coming to visit me this Christmas and I fully expect to still be in this process then.


Our K-1 Visa/AOS/RoC timeline can be found here.

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No they can´t!

Your foreign fiance only could straight get sent back on the port of entry because the INS officer might assume you are going to have a spontanous wedding and you so to prevent going through the whole K-1 process with all it´s long waiting times.

But if your fiance can prove he/she will for sure go back after the visit (job, bank account, apartment lease contract, own property, car license etc) so there shouldn´t be any problem.

In no way a visit could be a reason to deny the whole process.

Good Luck

Paula Jo and Rico


2004

04-28 We met online for the first time

05-22 First meeting in person in Dallas, TX

2005

01-03 Rico gets his B2 visa

02-28 Rico comes back to TX for a 6 months visit

09-26 Paula Jo comes back to Germany and stays until end of October

12-08 Rico comes back to TX and stays until February 20, 2006

2006

04-13 Paula Jo has mailed off Petition I-129F to TSC

04-17 Petition I-129F arrived with TSC in Mesquite, TX

04-21 NOA 1 (Paula Jo receives it on 04-26)

05-10 Paula Jo comes to Germany and stays until June 9

06-30 IMBRA RFE 1 arrives

07-03 IMBRA RFE mailed back

08-24 Received RFE #2

08-28 Mailed off RFE#2 requested papers

09-11 Updated and NOA2 FINALLY APPROVED!

10-03 NVC received our case

10-05 Our case left NVC for consulat in Frankfurt/Germany

10-10 our case arrived with consulat in Frankfurt

10-14 Rico received package #3

10-17 Rico sent back package #3

10-26 Rico got medical exam done in Frankfurt. Still waiting for interview date

11-01 Rico received package # 4

11-09 Rico had interview and visa got approved

11-29 Rico received Visa in the mail

12-13 We arrive together in TX

2007

01-10 Rico applied for SSN

01-20 Rico received his SSN Card

01-25 OUR WEDDING DAY

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