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after i got the 221(g) K3 refusal.. can i use the I-824 for the I-130??

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after i got the 221(g) K3 refusal.. can i use the I-824 for the I-130??know that the I-130 approved but i have not hear dfrom NVC since Sept,14,2007 (the I-130 approval date)

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My K3 petition was returned back to USCIS on Jan,22nd,2008 and i am still waiting till this moment to hear from the USCIS

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Did they give a reason for the refusal? That counselor officer may just refuse the I-130 also given the same reasoning that they refused the K-3.

If the K-3 is only refused because they want additional evidence then give them what they request to overcome the refusal.


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Did they give a reason for the refusal? That counselor officer may just refuse the I-130 also given the same reasoning that they refused the K-3.

If the K-3 is only refused because they want additional evidence then give them what they request to overcome the refusal.

she told me that they have sent the petition back to the USCIS for information review without any additional comments.

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My K3 petition was returned back to USCIS on Jan,22nd,2008 and i am still waiting till this moment to hear from the USCIS

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Did they give a reason for the refusal? That counselor officer may just refuse the I-130 also given the same reasoning that they refused the K-3.

If the K-3 is only refused because they want additional evidence then give them what they request to overcome the refusal.

she told me that they have sent the petition back to the USCIS for information review without any additional comments.

The I-130 and I-129F are linked, I doubt that USCIS will send the I-130 on until the reason for the K-3 refusal is addressed. You may want to use a lawyer to overcome and get USCIS to overturn the consulate's decision.

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