Hi, I am just wondering what are the usual reasons why they deny k1 visas.
I tend to over-worry about things and since this is so important to me because it means I can marry and live with the person I love I just start thinking what if this or that is a reason for them to deny the visa. My main worries are that my american fiancé has a criminal record but for none of the crimes listed on the i29f form or any violent or drug crimes...it was just refusal to testify, he is on probation now and can't leave the country and that's why I went to the US to meet him and he hasn't been able to visit me in my country.
So my reasons to worry are: that he spent time in prison, that he has never come here, that we've only met once (I stayed there for almost 2 months), and that he is going to school and has a 2 day a week job for now, so money is not enough I guess but his mom will be the "backup" for the affidavit of support, also I don't have an official job because right now I am just helping my dad out with his work while I wait for the NOA2 and worry that saying I'm unemployed will affect the decision.
I'm freaking out! My hubby sent the I-130 package to the Chicago Lockbox on April 29, 2013. We haven't gotten any news from USCIS, it's been two weeks since we sent the package and still nothing. I don't know what's going on. My hubby went to check to the postal office last week and they said USCIS got the package on May 2. Most people get NOA1 two days after USCIS got their packages. I'm so worried, I don't think this is normal. Has this happened to anyone else or is this happening just to me?
Hello everyone!! I am proud to announce that we got APPROVED!! Sorry I announced it late was having some issues getting into my visa journey account but its working now soo yay!! Lol!! Now let's be serious now, GUYS I NEED HELP PLEASE!! Don't know what to expect or what I should do for the NVC stage. Just please let me know all the details I should know about the NVC stage like about the packets and what I should know about them. Also I heard that once I'm in the NVC stage that its all about calling, calling and calling them, is this true? Do they really take such a long time for them to give me what I believe is a case number or an identification number, something like that? Please guys let me know, I just want to get through this stage because supposedly its the fastest part of the process and also because of course to be with my hubby asap. Oh and as far as the AOS I already took care of that so no need to tell me details about that because I already know, that is DEFINITELY done and over with and ready! Thanks guys for all your support, much appreciated!!