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How to cancel K-1 Visa Process

#1 spacejockey1979

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Posted 24 April 2012 - 10:39 PM

Unfortunately things are not going to work out with me and my fiance. She ended things for reasons I wont disclose, all I know is that it's all very stupid and without logic and I'm shattered by it.

My K1 application was accepted and send to the California Service Center for review about a month ago. How do I go about cancelling everything so nothing else occurs? I wouldnt mind having the packet back, but if they cant send it back it's ok. Is there a hotline or do I mail them or what? Any help would be appreciated.
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#2 mauguste27

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Posted 24 April 2012 - 10:55 PM

think before u do some thing stupid,for u dont waste another 340 dollar again.
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#3 cruiseweight

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Posted 24 April 2012 - 11:08 PM

I am sorry that things didn't work out for you guys.

As I know, Petitioner need to write a letter to USCIS and to ask to cancel Petition (it's not necessary describe reasons why you broke up). Also need to attach copy of your passport/birth certificate. And don't forget to send copy by fax or e-mail.
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Posted 24 April 2012 - 11:08 PM

Unfortunately things are not going to work out with me and my fiance. She ended things for reasons I wont disclose, all I know is that it's all very stupid and without logic and I'm shattered by it.

My K1 application was accepted and send to the California Service Center for review about a month ago. How do I go about cancelling everything so nothing else occurs? I wouldnt mind having the packet back, but if they cant send it back it's ok. Is there a hotline or do I mail them or what? Any help would be appreciated.


Try the phone number from your Hard Copy. From the automated system, pretend you don't know your case number and you will get a human. Tell them you like to cancel.
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#5 Wally G!

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Posted 24 April 2012 - 11:30 PM

How to Withdraw a K1 Visa in Process
http://www.ehow.com/...l-k_1-visa.html

If you would like to cancel a K-1 visa petition that is in process, you may do so by contacting United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) in writing.

Find the most recent correspondence you received from USCIS pertaining to your K-1 visa petition. Copy both the address of the USCIS Service Center processing your petition and your USCIS receipt number. This information is found at the top of all USCIS correspondences.

Write a letter addressed to the USCIS Service Center processing your K-1 visa petition requesting to cancel your K-1 visa petition. The letter must contain your USCIS receipt/case number, full name, date, address, phone number and your signature. Have the letter notarized and then keep a copy of the notarized letter for your records.

Mail the letter via certified mail to the USCIS Service Center address found in the most recent USCIS correspondence you received.

Receive confirmation from USCIS that your K-1 visa petition has been canceled within two weeks. Unless your receive written correspondence from USCIS confirming that your case has been canceled, do not assume so.

Do not assume that the petition has been canceled until you have received a written confirmation. It is highly recommended that you keep this confirmation in a safe place.


Tips & Warnings
You may want to contact the USCIS as well as the issuing U.S. embassy, consulate or diplomatic Mission as soon as you are certain that you would like to cancel the petition.

To avoid any delays, you may want to mail your request via the fastest shipping method possible.

Also, you may want to contact the nearest USCIS field office or application support center in your location by using the following tool at this link:


https://egov.uscis.g...?action=offices
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#6 gerlie dela cruz

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Posted 18 May 2012 - 10:03 PM

if u like cancel it then cancel it anytime u want thats all.
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#7 gerlie dela cruz

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Posted 18 May 2012 - 10:12 PM

Unfortunately things are not going to work out with me and my fiance. She ended things for reasons I wont disclose, all I know is that it's all very stupid and without logic and I'm shattered by it.

My K1 application was accepted and send to the California Service Center for review about a month ago. How do I go about cancelling everything so nothing else occurs? I wouldnt mind having the packet back, but if they cant send it back it's ok. Is there a hotline or do I mail them or what? Any help would be appreciated.


its easy go call the us embassy then cancel it,thats easy way right!
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#8 Iyawo Ijebu

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Posted 18 May 2012 - 10:29 PM

Sorry to hear this Dude especially with a Baby involved.
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#9 Penny Lane

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Posted 18 May 2012 - 11:19 PM

its easy go call the us embassy then cancel it,thats easy way right!


Call the US embassy? No. A letter needs to be sent to USCIS.
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#10 Fiance.

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Posted 19 May 2012 - 12:33 AM

Give it a time, you never know whats gonna happen, just dont send the package after NOA2, If I were you, I would just wait, you still have plenty of time, oterwise you will regret,

Good Luck!
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Posted 21 October 2012 - 06:19 AM

Unfortunately things are not going to work out with me and my fiance. She ended things for reasons I wont disclose, all I know is that it's all very stupid and without logic and I'm shattered by it.

My K1 application was accepted and send to the California Service Center for review about a month ago. How do I go about cancelling everything so nothing else occurs? I wouldnt mind having the packet back, but if they cant send it back it's ok. Is there a hotline or do I mail them or what? Any help would be appreciated.



Hi! I was reading some posts regarding cancellation of K1 petition on process. I want to ask you if you cancelled the petition and how long did you wait to get the confirmation letter that the petition was withdrawn? My fianc and I are planning to withdraw and re-apply because we filed incompletely and we are on impending denial. Thank you and I appreciate if you will be able to respond. Thank you..
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#12 gerlie dela cruz

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Posted 21 October 2012 - 07:07 AM

hi me and my fiance never cancel our visa we are on process already,i came from my medical and my daughter we are passed,waiting for 10 days for our interview.
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#13 bigdog

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Posted 21 October 2012 - 08:15 AM

Good Luck in the future.
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#14 spacejockey1979

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Posted 22 October 2012 - 05:35 PM

Hey Eyemd82, yeah we never cancelled our Visa petition, it is just about finished actually, all the waiting and stress will all be worth it.
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#15 Darnell

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Posted 22 October 2012 - 05:41 PM

its easy go call the us embassy then cancel it,thats easy way right!

right? the embassy doesn't have the casefile.

what are you thinking?

look - timeticks on a casefile is/are important - the OP can simply send off a postal letter
to the address listed in the I-797-C formletter that he received a month ago.
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