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USC Filing For Parents (Mom Overstayed 8 Years)

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Hi,

I am a USC and have filed IR5 for my parents. My mom overstayed in US from 1993 to 2002 (8 Years). Their immigrant visa was denied in 2003 (Category F4 filed by my mom's brother). I believe she triggered 10 Year ban for herself. Now currently I am a USC and its been just above 10 Years my mother is outside US and completed the 10 year ban. I have filed IR5 for them. Uptil now everything is going good. Petition is approved. Case is in NVC and we are in process of sending documents.

I am wondering that, will we face same problem that we had faced earlier of denial due to overstay or the completion of 10 year ban will allow my parents to come to US.

Or do I need to file I-601 Waiver, I am not sure if applying for waiver still applies to us as my mother has already completed 10 Years outside US.

Please help.

Thanks

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Bangladesh
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Make sure u have the paperwork showing all that information regarding the ban. Iam in similar situation. My fiance had a 3 year ban but was lifted in 2010. The CO at embassy wanted paperwork showing wat the ban was for and when it started and ended. Good luck.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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Hi,

I am a USC and have filed IR5 for my parents. My mom overstayed in US from 1993 to 2002 (8 Years). Their immigrant visa was denied in 2003 (Category F4 filed by my mom's brother). I believe she triggered 10 Year ban for herself. Now currently I am a USC and its been just above 10 Years my mother is outside US and completed the 10 year ban. I have filed IR5 for them. Uptil now everything is going good. Petition is approved. Case is in NVC and we are in process of sending documents.

I am wondering that, will we face same problem that we had faced earlier of denial due to overstay or the completion of 10 year ban will allow my parents to come to US.

Or do I need to file I-601 Waiver, I am not sure if applying for waiver still applies to us as my mother has already completed 10 Years outside US.

Please help.

Thanks

Let me know what happened cause i m on k1 visa and waiting for interview .. and i guess i had 3 years ban and I served it out of US and hope we wont have problems ...


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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After all the doubts I got my visa approved .. they didnt ask me anything about ovestaying a J1 visa .. or anything else .. just asked 3 questions where did i meet my fiance ? If i lived with my fiance in California . .and when i intend to marry ...

simple questions ...

i dont know if the agency reported me or if i served the ban and there was no black list on the system .. i wrote on the forms the true infos about problems on visa .. and etc .. so i guess i was honest and they saw was no problems .. and gave the visa ...

good luck to all


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