My fiance in India went for her K-1 visa interview and after the interview she received a letter from the CO. The letter was not a G221 letter or a denial letter instead it said something below.
Based on the interview, we have returned the petition to USCIS for further review and possible revocation. If CO receives information during the interview process that was not received by the adjudication USCIS officer at the time the petition was approved and such information indicates that the beneficiary is not entitiled to the accorded status then the petition must be returned to USCIS for re-examination. This petition is sent back to USCIS as the beneficiary failed to convince the CO with sufficient evidence that establishes a required and valid relationship.or the petition was invalid for another legal reason.
USCIS will contact the petitioner with regards to the same.
When the application was filed we failed to provide pictures of our engagement as I was running short of time for my initial trip to India. Thus our K1 package that was sent to USCIS didn't have many pictures of our engagement. Eventually, when i got some time from work, I went back to India, and took many pictures which was done after the initial package was sent to USCIS . The beneficiary took those pictures with her to the interview to prove that we are indeed in genuine relationship. The beneficiary and I are indeed in a very strong, true and genuine and bonafide relationship. She wants to spend the rest of her life with me and so do I.
I am in AP status presently. The CO returned the pictures and passport. Also, the beneficiary status shows that the passport is with US consulate.
What does this letter mean? Has anyone received a similar letter? What was the outcome? Has my K-1 visa denied? What other information would they require? Shall i get married to her in India and file a D-130? Has anyone received a letter like this? How long would the review take? Shall i hire an attorney?
Please any help will be greatly appreciated.