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Background on my case:

I am a US Citizen petitioning my dad currently in Ecuador to come to the US. He had his interview yesterday however they denied him the visa because of two things:

AOS

Asking for DNA Evidence

For the AOS:

I provided all my information in the US and I didn’t get a notice saying that I wasn’t able to support my dad. I make approximately $42K. I started working 9 months ago so my taxes for last year (2010) were around $10K and for the two previous years I was in school so my taxes were $5K. Anyone knows why my AOS was rejected? I thought it was current income that matters. I showed proof of employment as well as pay stubs showing that I make 42K. i am making above poverty guidelines and I will only be supporting myself and dad in the US.

Anyone knows why my AOS was rejected?

Thank you for your help!

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Background on my case:

I am a US Citizen petitioning my dad currently in Ecuador to come to the US. He had his interview yesterday however they denied him the visa because of two things:

AOS

Asking for DNA Evidence

For the AOS:

I provided all my information in the US and I didn't get a notice saying that I wasn't able to support my dad. I make approximately $42K. I started working 9 months ago so my taxes for last year (2010) were around $10K and for the two previous years I was in school so my taxes were $5K. Anyone knows why my AOS was rejected? I thought it was current income that matters. I showed proof of employment as well as pay stubs showing that I make 42K. i am making above poverty guidelines and I will only be supporting myself and dad in the US.

Anyone knows why my AOS was rejected?

Thank you for your help!

Was it a denial or a request for evidence? What exactly did they ask for regarding the affidavit of support?


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Was it a denial or a request for evidence? What exactly did they ask for regarding the affidavit of support?

It was a denial. It says that the documents presented show that I didnt make enough money to support my dad and that we need someone else to sponsor him. Like I said before my current salary is 42K so I really dont know why they are denied my AOS. Thanks!

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