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IS IT HARD 4 PAKISTANI BENEFICIARY TO HAVE K1 VISA

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Filed: IR-5 Country: Pakistan
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Hi

I feel scared too that cases relating to PAKISTAN, the embassy look at u with utmost suspicious despite your relation is real and true. I want to tell u that i applied for visit visa twice in may and agust 2004 respectively but i was denied. At first time the counselor officer didnt not pay any attention to any of documents and plus the sponsor letter send by my fiance to visit her she simply ask me how u know her and did u ever met her and i told her that why i m applying for visa and second time the counselor officer was kind enough he was guy and he listened me properly and excuse me that i cant give u a visa now we applied for K1 after 2 years do u think still they look at us as suspicious eyes becoz i m from PAKISTAN.

Pls reply me with ur advice pls thanks

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Egypt
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You might want to post this in the Islamabad thread, as most of the Pakistan related people hang out there and not here.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Pakistan
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Fasil,

They are processing but it does take time. Here is a list from the VJ timelines and also, my husband tried to get visitors visa and they are not giving to Paki men. I saw you ask this in another forum.

Look at this: http://www.visajourney.com/timeline/k1list...%2C26%2C27%2C28


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Filed: Other Country: Afghanistan
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It is very hard to get a visitors visa in Pakistan unless you can show good proof that you will be returning. I think you need to own a legit business and a home or something like that. But you can still get here with a K-1 if all your proof is in order. I made sure to be there for my then fiance's interview and made my presence known. I don't know if that helped but our interview was May 25 2005, he was put on AR and he got his visa on July 12 2005. It seems that you got an RFE so I think that is what is stalling your case. We applied in June 2004 and due to a slight delay with finding a cosponsor it took a 1 year and 1 month for him to get here. InshAllah everything will work out.

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