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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Morocco
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Was your case returned to USCIS?

You will get a letter from them stating what the problem is and a time frame to respond.

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Ops...you asked about appeal...the appeal would take place if USCIS revokes your petition. That would be further down the road after the letter (NOIR-notice of intent to revoke) is sent to you.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Morocco
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If it gets returned you need to take immediate action to try to overturn it before they actually send it back.

My case was not revoke but how do you get it overturn at the consulate?

I know it has been done. I can't remember by who. She contacted her senators and congressmen immediately and had them contact the Consulate the day of or after the interview and they had things overturned. I would stronly reccomend building a relationship now with your congressmen and senators in case you need their help in the future especially because you will most likely have to sign a release form before they can help you so get that done now. Email them introducing yourself and your case.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Morocco
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If it gets returned you need to take immediate action to try to overturn it before they actually send it back.

My case was not revoke but how do you get it overturn at the consulate?

I know it has been done. I can't remember by who. She contacted her senators and congressmen immediately and had them contact the Consulate the day of or after the interview and they had things overturned. I would stronly reccomend building a relationship now with your congressmen and senators in case you need their help in the future especially because you will most likely have to sign a release form before they can help you so get that done now. Email them introducing yourself and your case.

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