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Hi to all,

May I ask, what if my fiance wont send a cancellation letter to uscis regarding to my k1 application, what will happen to my papers? I am the beneficiary. I need your advice. Thank you

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Hi to all,

May I ask, what if my fiance wont send a cancellation letter to uscis regarding to my k1 application, what will happen to my papers? I am the beneficiary. I need your advice. Thank you

Im assuming there has been a change of hearts after filing your Petition. The USCIS will still process your Petition unless you notify them of your desire not to contiune with your initial plans. The Petitioner and not the Beneficiary is the one that has to request the process be stopped.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: China
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If/when you get your P3 packet from the Consulate in your country, return it with a letter stating that this petition is not longer needed. Explain why. The outcome you hope for is that YOU are not flagged as a fraudulent beneficiary, so that in the future, if you find yourself in need to file again, you are not automatically denied. This may or may not work, but it is your only shot if your ex-fiance won't cancel the petition.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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go ahead and instruct it to stop now (wont hurt) then just do it each time they send you something


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Filed: Other Country: China
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You could still write a letter to the USCIS about the status of your relationship and that the visa is no longer required or just wait till your case gets to the Consulate and do the same.

Yes, I would say if and when the Consulate contacts you, reply indicating the relationship has ended and you will not be applying for a visa. I would give no further explanation as to the reason.

Note: No visa has been applied for at this point. Only a petition has been filed, which when/if approved would give you the ability to apply for a visa at a Consulate in your country. You COULD simply not apply and the petition validity would expire four months after its approval. I'd suggest the brief letter anyway.


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I do not quite understand what appears to be a perception that if a petition is not somehow officially withdrawn, a beneficiary could be flagged by USCIS as a fraudster.

Should the beneficiary ever require a visa in the future, previous petitions will have to be explained regardless of their outcome.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Romania
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I do not quite understand what appears to be a perception that if a petition is not somehow officially withdrawn, a beneficiary could be flagged by USCIS as a fraudster.

Should the beneficiary ever require a visa in the future, previous petitions will have to be explained regardless of their outcome.

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She will have to explain but it might help showing she did inform the USCIS/Consulate about her past relationship status and her not wanting to go ahead with the K1 process as there is no more requirement. It helps to keep your paperwork and intentions straight.

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She will have to explain but it might help showing she did inform the USCIS/Consulate about her past relationship status and her not wanting to go ahead with the K1 process as there is no more requirement. It helps to keep your paperwork and intentions straight.

Hello guys,

Thank you for all the responses guys, you gave me hope. I already sent a letter to USCIS last week, hope it will work. And they can give me consideration about my letter. Thank you all.

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