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What would be considered red flags in High fraud countries?

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Maybe if you could give a bit of insight about his/your case so we can maybe look at it from "an interviewer's eyes" to give you a better idea?

You don't have to...but if there's something bothering you about what might be brought up that prompted you asking this question...we here might be able to help you a bit more with some background?

 

Generally, it could be a lot of things---huge age differences, vastly different religious backgrounds, how long you knew each other before getting engaged, etc. 

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Just now, Going through said:

Maybe if you could give a bit of insight about his/your case so we can maybe look at it from "an interviewer's eyes" to give you a better idea?

You don't have to...but if there's something bothering you about what might be brought up that prompted you asking this question...we here might be able to help you a bit more with some background?

 

Generally, it could be a lot of things---huge age differences, vastly different religious backgrounds, how long you knew each other before getting engaged, etc. 

I'm 23 he's 28 never married no kids both good jobs good income no previous marriage or K1 petition we met on social media but I'm good friends with his cousin who attends my church. but I had only known him for about 4 months before going over there then we for engaged the first trip but we talked about it before the trip. I guess when you know you know, 😊 the petetion wasn't filed until 5 months after the engagement because we wanted to be sure and  then I took a second long trip over there. We've only been together for a year now. I'm just afraid they will say we got engaged to fast and that's been bothering me a lot. I see lots of people denied for that 

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I think high fraud is countries that the immigration has had a number of issues with.  I think countries from Africa, Middle East, Some Eastern European countries.  Please don't get offended because I am Middle Eastern myself.  Also, if a case's facts or info is similar to fraud cases the USCIS has been through. 

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any chats or emails that show the person said he loved you within a few days of meeting / quick proposal

not enough time spent together (visits to Ghana )

  • Declarations of love within days or weeks of the initial contact;
  • Proposals or discussions of marriage soon after initial contact;
  • Requests to the American to visit the foreign national’s home country soon after the declaration of love or proposal;
  • Responses to messages from the American friend are along the lines “I love you/Sorry I missed your call,” or similarly one-sided conversations;
  • Once engaged, married, or an immigrant visa petition is filed, suddenly starts missing scheduled appointments to chat or call.

this is warning from morocco site

 

these are indicators that are seen in chats that are sent to USCIS

and of course age difference but that does not seem to be issue for you

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I don't see any glaring red flags considering what you stated. Just make sure your fiance is well prepared (with ample evidence) and confident during the interview, that's the key.  

 

Wishing you and your fiance the best of luck!

 

 

 

 

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The most common red flags that lead to denials in Ghana are:

   - a large age gap with the woman being older since this is not a cultural norm

   - married on the first visit

   - only one short trip followed by a petition

 

Since none of these apply to you, you should be fine. That said continue to prepare your fiancé for the interview. Make sure he knows all the evidence submitted at any phase of the process. Questions will come directly from the evidence since that's all the COs have to go off of. And remind your fiancé not to lie about anything. These COs are tricky and will ask the same questions multiple times in different ways in an attempt to mess him up. Always be honest. 

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