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Will us embassy Issue me a CR1 visa, after i get denied from k1 visa

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: India
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Hello all VJ members

I need your help and your suggestion, please help me in this matter and also suggest me which is good option for me..

I have a interview in US embassy regarding k1 visa, but due to not a valid relationship they did not give me k1 visa, now i want your help and suggestion, what will i do ?

my question is

will my fiance apply for k1 visa again or she can appeal on my earlier case ??

my another question is if she come to india and we get married here in court ? than how long she need to stay with me ?

is she can file for a cr1 visa for me after she go back to usa ?? which one is fastest way ?

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I am sorry for your denial. When did your case denied, at which embassy and what is the present status of your K1 case?

Is there any red flags?

These recent thread will answer most of your questions.

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/360859-refused-for-no-valid-relationship/

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/355017-interracial-couples-post-here/

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Hello all VJ members

I need your help and your suggestion, please help me in this matter and also suggest me which is good option for me..

I have a interview in US embassy regarding k1 visa, but due to not a valid relationship they did not give me k1 visa, now i want your help and suggestion, what will i do ?

my question is

will my fiance apply for k1 visa again or she can appeal on my earlier case ??

my another question is if she come to india and we get married here in court ? than how long she need to stay with me ?

is she can file for a cr1 visa for me after she go back to usa ?? which one is fastest way ?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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Hello all VJ members

I need your help and your suggestion, please help me in this matter and also suggest me which is good option for me..

I have a interview in US embassy regarding k1 visa, but due to not a valid relationship they did not give me k1 visa, now i want your help and suggestion, what will i do ?

my question is

will my fiance apply for k1 visa again or she can appeal on my earlier case ??

my another question is if she come to india and we get married here in court ? than how long she need to stay with me ?

is she can file for a cr1 visa for me after she go back to usa ?? which one is fastest way ?

Getting a CR1 approval would again depend on you being able to prove a bonafide relationship.


07/14/2011 Wedding

USCIS (187 days)

08/16/2011 I-130 filed

08/19/2011 NOA1
02/22/2012 NOA2

NVC (14 days)
03/08/2012 NVC case #, IIN, emailed DS-3032
03/13/2012 AOS invoiced & paid
03/14/2012 AOS package mailed
03/16/2012 DS-3032 acceptance
03/19/2012 IV bill invoiced and paid
03/20/2012 DS-230 package sent
03/22/2012 Case Complete
04/10/2012 Interview date assigned; packet IV received
MEDICALS/US CONSULATE/POE
05/02/2012 Medicals
05/09/2012 Interview APPROVED
05/11/2012 Visa in hand
05/24/2012 POE TORONTO
06/28/2012 Got SSN and Green Card

ROC

02/27/2014 Package sent

02/28/2014 NOA1

03/28/2014 Biometrics

06/20/2014 Approved

06/22/2014 Got the 10-yr GC
N-400

03/03/2015 Package sent

03/10/2015 Check encashed

03/13/2015 NOA

03/26/2015 Fingerprints

04/27/2015 In line

06/19/2015 Interview letter

07/23/2015 Interview

08/19/2015 Oath ceremony

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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The CR-1 visa category is still susceptible to all fraud indicators that the K-1 is susceptible to, if not more.

Whether or not you are granted a visa depends upon your individual case and how well you can prove your relationship. You need to sit with your fiance and analyze thoroughly what are the red flags that caused your K-1 denial and cicumvent them. If you simply just get married without obliterating the red flags then your CR-1 will also be denied based on the same circumstances.

On that note, simply getting a court marriage is most certainly not enough to prove a bona-fide relationship. Most especially in countries like India and Pakistan where grand traditional marriage ceremonies are held in such high regard.

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Filed: Other Country: China
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The CR-1 visa category is still susceptible to all fraud indicators that the K-1 is susceptible to, if not more.

Whether or not you are granted a visa depends upon your individual case and how well you can prove your relationship. You need to sit with your fiance and analyze thoroughly what are the red flags that caused your K-1 denial and cicumvent them. If you simply just get married without obliterating the red flags then your CR-1 will also be denied based on the same circumstances.

On that note, simply getting a court marriage is most certainly not enough to prove a bona-fide relationship. Most especially in countries like India and Pakistan where grand traditional marriage ceremonies are held in such high regard.

Great post. My additional advice to the OP is to stop with the questions about the minimum you can get by with and still get a visa. First, there are no answers to that question and second, it makes you look like the the Consular officer was right about denying the visa based on not a bona fide relationship. People in bona fide relationships spend as much time together as they can and LIVE like they are in a real relationship. When you live like you have a real relationship, it's far easier to convince others.


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Filed: Other Country: India
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Agreed with "pushbrk" post...

Your future wife can do the following to show good intention of marriage.

1. She can visit Embassy in India and get the no objection certificate from American Citizen Services.

the NOC will have her information, your information (Embassy people know what to write there).

2. Some of the marriage registrars also ask for NOC to register your marriage

About relationship proofs,

Pictures together, pictures with each other family, phone calls, email, greetings cards, each other's life knowledge will prove your on-going relationship over time.

Good luck

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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OP, there are no "quick fixes" here. And if you ask me, no evidence is enough evidence. And the evidence can be accumulated only over a period of time. Don't look at how soon you can go about collecting evidence. When you have a bonafide relationship, you'll automatically have enough evidence with you to convince a consular officer.


07/14/2011 Wedding

USCIS (187 days)

08/16/2011 I-130 filed

08/19/2011 NOA1
02/22/2012 NOA2

NVC (14 days)
03/08/2012 NVC case #, IIN, emailed DS-3032
03/13/2012 AOS invoiced & paid
03/14/2012 AOS package mailed
03/16/2012 DS-3032 acceptance
03/19/2012 IV bill invoiced and paid
03/20/2012 DS-230 package sent
03/22/2012 Case Complete
04/10/2012 Interview date assigned; packet IV received
MEDICALS/US CONSULATE/POE
05/02/2012 Medicals
05/09/2012 Interview APPROVED
05/11/2012 Visa in hand
05/24/2012 POE TORONTO
06/28/2012 Got SSN and Green Card

ROC

02/27/2014 Package sent

02/28/2014 NOA1

03/28/2014 Biometrics

06/20/2014 Approved

06/22/2014 Got the 10-yr GC
N-400

03/03/2015 Package sent

03/10/2015 Check encashed

03/13/2015 NOA

03/26/2015 Fingerprints

04/27/2015 In line

06/19/2015 Interview letter

07/23/2015 Interview

08/19/2015 Oath ceremony

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