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My beneficiary i-129F was denied at the embassy 8 months ago (211 days to be exact), since then I have not receive any update from USCIS or embassy; at least until today. They, USCIS sent me an email, text, saying its in the review process etc....

Here's my problem. Between those 8 months, I've married my beneficiary; legally in accordance to the law in her country.

I've filed a CR-1 (followed the instruction on visajourney just last month; and received my NAO1 last week.

Now I have an open i-129F (under review) and a filed CR-1. Should I cancel the i-129F? and what impact will it have on the CR-1?

I'm leaning on cancelling the i-129F. what you think? But how do i cancel it?

thanks for responding.

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If you are appliying for a K1 visa, do not marry your fiance, if you get married your

k1 petition will be cancelled. If she has been refused as fiance she will be refused as your wife. Beeing a wife does not give her any special rights or priviliges. Sorry

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You need to write and straighten this out. If your case if unusual and problems with your K-1, you might see an attorney, being married is not the silver bullet.


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My beneficiary i-129F was denied at the embassy 8 months ago (211 days to be exact), since then I have not receive any update from USCIS or embassy; at least until today. They, USCIS sent me an email, text, saying its in the review process etc....

Here's my problem. Between those 8 months, I've married my beneficiary; legally in accordance to the law in her country.

I've filed a CR-1 (followed the instruction on visajourney just last month; and received my NAO1 last week.

Now I have an open i-129F (under review) and a filed CR-1. Should I cancel the i-129F? and what impact will it have on the CR-1?

I'm leaning on cancelling the i-129F. what you think? But how do i cancel it?

thanks for responding.

Reply to USCIS's mail asking them to "withdraw" the I-129F petition. This should have been requested at the same time you filed the I-130 but it's not too late.

If you are appliying for a K1 visa, do not marry your fiance, if you get married your

k1 petition will be cancelled. If she has been refused as fiance she will be refused as your wife. Beeing a wife does not give her any special rights or priviliges. Sorry

This advice does not match the circumstances. The K1 visa was already denied before the marriage took place. The I-129F petition needs to be "withdrawn".


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Thank you for your respond.

In her country, its almost 95% will be denied for fiance. The Consular would rather see a CR-1 instead of i129 because of too many "sham" in the past.

The Consular asked then, my fiance, if i was still seeing my ex-wife. She (fiance) answered honestly; yes, because of course, my ex and i have to talk about hour kids and make arrangement for pick and drop off. Well, the consular took this as if we(my ex) are still seeing each other. So he denied her a i129F.

I understand that CR-1 is no guarantee, but its Pandora box.

Should I wait and respond to the i-129F review or go ahead and cancel it?

thanks.

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Should I wait and respond to the i-129F review or go ahead and cancel it?

thanks.

Respond to their mail and "WITHDRAW" your I-129F petition.


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