I am glad to use this medium to exchange and share my experience hoping all can let me know what actions or advice what I can do. I had my interview August 6th 2015 and had lots of evidence tendered, I was asked questions about how I got to know my fiance and as to how I got to know her. The end was so hurting as I was told that I had forged the documents which I provided, I had printed out some of the mails, chats history, call records and more on hard copy paper. They say our relationship of 3 years is a sham. I will show below my collective memory interview with the consular for your reference.
This is a note I was given and will like to know if anyone has had this experience,.as I seek the information my status online states its on Administrative Processing. Please read below and share with me what u think. We intend to get married here in Ghana and then file for I-130 as that was an option given to us when the Congressman intervened to assist us.
We are unable to issue visa in the above mentioned case because the applicant
has been found ineligeble under section 221(g) of the immigration and nationality act.
This section prohibits the issuance of a visa to anyone whose application does not
comply with the INA or regulations issued pursuant thereto.
Unless revalidatd, I-129F petitions are only valid for four(4) months from the date
of the last action by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS)
or Consular Office. We are not able to revalidate the above case file(s) and will return
to the National Visa Center (NVC) which will then transfer the case to the USCIS office
that originally processed the subject petition(s). Because the petition will have expired
by the time the USCIS receives it, USCIS will not reopen the case. Please do not contact
this Embassy or the Nationak Visa Center regarding this case.
For inforamtion about returned petitions, you may contact the USCIS National
Customer Service Center at 1-800-375-5283
Interviewer: Please raise your right hand and swear an Oath that you will tell the truth
Beneficiary: I promise to tell the truth
Interviewer: Who is filing for you?
Beneficiary: My Fiance called Sharon XXX YYY
Interviewer: How did you get to know Sharon?
Beneficiary: Through a mutual friend called N YYY formerly known as N ZZZZ of London.
Interviewer: How did you come to know N?
Beneficiary: I met N through one of Jehovah Witnesses chat group in facebook
Interviewer: How did N come to know Sharon?
Beneficiary:: They were friends and have been communicating through facebook
Interviewer: How did N introduce you to Sharon?
Beneficiary: She suggested her to me as a friend and then I sent a request and she accepted it and we became friends
Interviewer: When did you meet N?
Beneficiary: In the year 2014 when she came for her wedding
Interviewer: When did Sharon come to Ghana?
Beneficiary: 20th March 2014. Ohh…… I will like to affirm my words that N came to Ghana in 2013 and that’s when I first met her.
Interviewer: No am not going to take that as you know you are under oath, first of all you told me you met N in 2014 and now you saying you met her in 2013, you have lied.
Beneficiary: I am not lying Madam, I was just saying that the first time I met N was when she came to Ghana, and I also met her when she got married to her husband her in Ghana.
Interviewer: What her husband’s name
Interviewer: What do you do for living?
Beneficiary: I take care of a small family Business
Interviewer: What is the name of the company?
Interviewer: How many people are employed?
Beneficiary: Only one person
Interviewer: What is his name?
Beneficiary: XX YY
Interviewer: Who helped you to prepare this documents?
Beneficiary: I prepared it by myself at the work place
Interviewer: Well am sorry, we cannot give you a visa since you have not proven beyond doubt of your evidence. The documents you have presented we forged and besides I do not find this relationship to be genuine. You also got married.
Beneficiary: No I did not forge this document Madam and we had a party. We are not married.
Interviewer: (She counts my documents I tendered to her and writes (6) on her rough paper. Reaches out for a paper, signs it and hands it over to me.
Interviewer: The name ABCD, where does the name come from?
Beneficiary: That is my mother’s maiden name, I suppose that is her great grandparents name and that’s how she came to came to called so.
Interviewer: (No comments as she gives me the paper)
Please anyone with such experience or advice will be appreicated.