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Well the DHS revoked our application with no appeal. US Consulate cancelled the interview. Fiance won't want to file again and is preparing to leave me. I feel so distraught at this point.

That is terrible. Why did they revoke the application?


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They didn't revoke it. From what you said in your other topic here, you withdrew the petition after having an argument with your fiancee. If that's the case, then you can file again.


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Refiling is not an option my fiance refuses and I will not force the issue. I will just accept the consequences of what I have done

I am sorry to hear that!! But I bet there is a way around to fix it!! She has the rights to want to leave you!! But if i were you i would take a plane to where she lives, and i will start all over!!


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02-03-2011 - I-129F sent

02-04-2011 - I-129F received. Signed by Vill.

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NOA2 (3 MONTHS,3 WEEKS,4 DAYS)

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11-18-2011- We got married!

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02-01-2012- NOA 1 (Hard-Copy Received)

02-07-2012- Biometrics Appointment Notice Received

02-13-2012- Email saying case was transferred to another office(Waiting for the hard copy to see where it was sent)

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Refiling is not an option my fiance refuses and I will not force the issue. I will just accept the consequences of what I have done

Very unfortunate. That's what happens when something so important is taken so lightly, prioritizing the heat of the moment over your commitment.

Honor is not to avoid our mistakes, is to deal with the consequences... and knowing our present is the consequence of the decisions we have made in the past, my thoughts to you is for you to start honoring your relationship and making all amendments required at the present to ensure your future with her. If you try hard enough maybe it is still possible.

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Based on my experience, I am 53, I would cry and move on. She's got a gut feeling you are not right for her or something is wrong in her mind. You'd be supprised that if you suck it up and move on, you might find someone way better for you. I did and we are filing now. I don't think fighting is nautural in a good relationship. If you click so well to get married, you shouldn't be fighting up front. There will be something to fight about along the way but not going into it. It's a bad sign.

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This is confusing...who e-mailed the consulate to withdraw the application, the USC or the foreign fiance(e)? Was there any reply affirming that the withdraw request has been granted or some sort of communication from the consulate or DHS? Its a little confusing how the foreign fiancee can request that an approved petition be withdrawn, resulting in a DHS revocation, since the underlying I-129F petition was completed by the USC and approved by USCIS, not DHS. The beneficiary can not attend the interview, or request a cancellation of the interview...but not the withdrawal of the I-129F...that is not within their power.


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Based on my experience, I am 53, I would cry and move on. She's got a gut feeling you are not right for her or something is wrong in her mind. You'd be supprised that if you suck it up and move on, you might find someone way better for you. I did and we are filing now. I don't think fighting is nautural in a good relationship. If you click so well to get married, you shouldn't be fighting up front. There will be something to fight about along the way but not going into it. It's a bad sign.

And wasn´t it a "bad sign" when the USC requested a withdraw without thinking in further consecuences? (Like what happend)?

Did you read the previous post?

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/322635-need-advice/page__p__4819650#entry4819650

This is confusing...who e-mailed the consulate to withdraw the application, the USC or the foreign fiance(e)? Was there any reply affirming that the withdraw request has been granted or some sort of communication from the consulate or DHS? Its a little confusing how the foreign fiancee can request that an approved petition be withdrawn, resulting in a DHS revocation, since the underlying I-129F petition was completed by the USC and approved by USCIS, not DHS. The beneficiary can not attend the interview, or request a cancellation of the interview...but not the withdrawal of the I-129F...that is not within their power.

It was the USC who requested the withdraw.

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/322635-need-advice/page__p__4819650#entry4819650


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Refiling is not an option my fiance refuses and I will not force the issue. I will just accept the consequences of what I have done

Since your timeline states your visa was approved at interview today, seems you manage to fix it after all.

Just wanted to contratulate you.


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