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Questions about I-130 Revoke NOIR

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Nigeria
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Hello All,

I need some thoughts on what to do. It is possible our I-130 will be revoked, eventually - once the review is complete. I do not know that that will happen, but I'm preparing for it. It is the I-129 that was denied, but the I-130 was attached to it. I've been looking for legal advice, there are a few opinions out there. I'd like to hear any experience anyone has here.

If you're given a revoke, or NOIR, you're given a certain amount of days to present new evidence I believe. What would you suggest? My senator's office is involved, though the lawyer we have is not a specialist on denials - they do know the ins and out of us personally and our case. We know why we were denied, a couple answers in the interview conflicted with the approved petition. We sent in that evidence already.

Is there anything else to be done? Is it important you think to have a legal reason for reaffirming a I-130 or just the evidence of continued relationship? What happens if you truly are revoked?

Feeling a bit downhearted this morning as a year and half passed just waiting for an answer about our review.


~Afrilaskan Queen~

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Nigeria
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Huggs,

Don't let get you down. I have a question.....WAS the I-130 approved? You have submitted them both at the same time right?

Hi Moniq - thanks for the hugs, I will take them! The I-130 was approved, it was submitted by me several months prior to the I-129. A lawyer submitted the I-129 and that petition and the I-130 were approved on the same date. The I-130 never went to the consulate though.

I've been suspicious for some time, the I-130 never was received by NVC, or so they said in writing. However CIS claimed that NVC got the petition returned to them from NVC. I don't know where to dig or if it's useful at this point because we should get reaffirmed/reapproved or revoked soon.

:wacko:


~Afrilaskan Queen~

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Jordan
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I was just thinking about your case earlier today and hoping that you were holding up well and had some good news coming soon. I dont have any advise just support.... Good Luck (F)


"you fondle my trigger then you blame my gun"

Timeline: 13 month long journey from filing to visa in hand

If you were lucky and got an approval and reunion with your loved one rather quickly; Please refrain from telling people who waited 6+ months just to get out of a service center to "chill out" or to "stop whining" It's insensitive,and unecessary. Once you walk a mile in their shoes you will understand and be heard.

Thanks!

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I was just thinking about your case earlier today and hoping that you were holding up well and had some good news coming soon. I dont have any advise just support.... Good Luck (F)

Thanks so much Y's_habibtk', you're just a sweetheart you know! Thanks for your support. I'm hanging in there. I received some months ago a letter stating our case was being returned back to the Consulate and on it's way to NVC. It didn't happen. The Senator is getting the same information almost verbatim that I can read on the uscis website. Our case was returned in 2008, then supposdly department of state returned our other case - the I-130 a year later in 2009.

I have no idea who more to speak to or ask help about. I have filed a FOIA with uscis, I hope will help. I am wondering if I need a new lawyer. I've talked with some. I talked with Marc Ellis. I feel more then confused. It is this month or the next our case should be reaffirmed or revoked.

When I decided to file the FOIA the current lawyer said we will never know the "findings" from the consulate where our interview was held. We're very certain we know why we were denied from the information from my hubby about errors and also the letter we did receive from the consulate. I have no way of gauging what to do now. I don't know if I should find another lawyer or if I should sit and see what happens - if we're revoked or asked for more evidence ... etc.

I got to see my Hubby just recently though! I spent 6 weeks and I believe both our blood pressure went down significantly. thanks for your support. Do you happen to know if I can file a FOIA with department of state or the national visa center? Because uscis is claiming that they returned our case but NVC in writing has no record of it. Yes, we're still hanging on that one. I wonder if the solving of that dilemna right there will help considerably. Sometimes I wonder if the I-130 was lost, because I did it all by myself and initially it was lost for two consecutive 90 days. It was approved on the same date as our I-129 which was NOT filed by me - but our lawyer.


~Afrilaskan Queen~

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