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Wife CR1 visa is denied of INA section 227(g)

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Nepal

Hello! my friend! Please look into this spectrum.

My wife's CR1 visa is refused based on demanding more documents of proof. Even to unreasonable extent. They wanna check every peronal, private life. Quite breaching the individual privacy in the name of issuing the visa.

The point is that so many applicants of same category are complaining now.

Providing more evidences of documents after documents, they never call the applicants since once visa denied. Very, very slightest chance to pass since once it is refused at first interview. They are deliberate in this direction not to give visa at all, especially in American Consulate in backward countries. They don't want these poor, third-class people to come to America whether they are spouse of U.S. citizen or not.

My hunch is they just wanna find the concrete proof of fraud in all the spouse visa application in order to return the petition to USCIS. They are very pesky and getting more and more tenacious.

In this senario, how can we break through the dilemma of their power competition between DHS and DOS Consulate?

We know final authority for signing of marriage visa is done by DHS officer back there in consulate after 9/11. In reality, this consualars are making more headache to the visa applicants than DHS.

Suppose there is some corruption behind the scene in the consulate like Nepal; such as getting bribe for expediting the visa process. It is pretty possible in Nepal. Without the favoritism, you can do nothing there. Why not American embassy personnel being influenced by the surroundings of Nepali employees and translators working in there? I heard lots of this stuff from Nepali newspapers and personally even from a translator working in there during my stay in this country of full of corruption.

I think going to Federal court here to sort out of its mess for your loved ones to bring here is the best solution, Otherwise, we will be dragged into black whirl of these two bureaucratic power struggle further and further.

I don't think it will work to appeal to DHS directly here or appeal to senior officers in consulate. They have internal struggle until they face the litigation.

What do you think in this perplexed situation? How is the lawwyer's opinion regarding this matter?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China

based on demanding more documents of proof

Is this something specific on you, or are you noticing this as a pattern from the folks interviewed at Kathmandu in 2010 ?

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I'm sorry this has happened to you, wish I could give you an answer but I can only speak from my and my husband's experience - maybe things have changed in 1 year since the Nepali gov't has basically dissolved ...thahaa chhaina :(

My husband had his interview in Mar '09 and despite several 'red flags' everything went perfectly and my husband got his visa, no problems. No bribes, no string-pulling on the part of his family or mine.

You might want to check some of the 'high-fraud' consulate forums(Nigeria, Morocco) - it is my understanding that Nepal is not as high-fraud as these, at least as far as marriage visa fraud is concerned. When I was doing research I did find some notice about Nepalis showing falsified work visa documents though and that was all I found for 'US visa fraud Nepal' or whatever search terms I used.


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