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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Haiti
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Dear ms

Thank you for your follow-up inquiry concerning immigrant visa application filed on behalf of the aforemention applicamt.

mr.j has been found ineligible for the fiance visa because no qualifying bona fide relationship could be established with the petitioner.the pettion was returned to the u.s citizenship and immigration services in mesquite for revocation.the case should be considered close in our office.

we hope this information will be helpful in responding to your constituent's concerns.

the senator receive this email on april 5,2012 from embassy in haiti

i reiceve one email on march 30,2012.this what the said.

our records indicate that mr.j to visit our office on may 2,2012 at 6;45 am to see a consular officer concerning his pending fiance visa application.he much bring his passport in order to gain acces to the consular waiting room.embassy in haiti email me tha.i

NOW I M VERY CONFUSED FRUSTRATION WHAT GOING ON.I DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO IN THIS PROBLEM.I NEED HELP PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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You have said in the past that your petition was denied, and was being sent to the fraud investigation unit. It would seem that your petition was returned for revocation. It says that it was closed in the office in Haiti, in the latest dated email sent to your senator.

You were advised on all your previous threads on this topic to speak to an immigration attorney. Did you do that?


I can explain it to you. But I can't understand it for you.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Haiti
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You have said in the past that your petition was denied, and was being sent to the fraud investigation unit. It would seem that your petition was returned for revocation. It says that it was closed in the office in Haiti, in the latest dated email sent to your senator.

You were advised on all your previous threads on this topic to speak to an immigration attorney. Did you do that?

i would like to know why they ask him to go in the embassy on may 2,2012 for interview,this where im confusedd

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Filed: Country: Mexico
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i would like to know why they ask him to go in the embassy on may 2,2012 for interview,this where im confusedd

No one here would really be able to know for sure. You would have to contact the consulate and ask them if they are giving him another visa interview on May 2nd. If they are, make sure there is plenty of evidence to prove the relationship this time around.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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