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We need a THIRD INTERVIEW!!!!!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Samoa

I just received this:

We have received the Uniform Sentence & Commitment document that was sent by your attorney. When your husband was interviewed on February 10, 2011, he was advised (OF 194 Refusal Worksheet) if he failed to take the action requested within one year following visa denial under section 221 (G) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, Section 203 (G) of the act requires that his application be cancelled.  We are able to hold the  I 130 petition that you filed, but Mr. Faafeu will need to have a new interview at this office. Other requirements will be he must pay the $230 US application fee, provide all of the court records including the guilty plea and transcripts (not just the final decision). Please provide his current address so we can mail him the required forms to obtain an immigrant interview. 

Has anyone ever heard of a third interview?!!! And given that there were no immigration proceedings found against him from the FOIA........do we still need to submit the I-601 waiver after our THIRD INTERVIEW?!!!!!

I feel like this process is getting unnecessarily ridiculous.


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Marriage: 2008-10-15

Husband left w/o deportation:2008-10-22

I-130/I129f Sent: 2008-11-20

Interview Date: 2009-08-11


Action to deny RFE: 2010-07-01

REAFFIRMED!!! :) : 2010-10-02

NVC Received 2nd time: 2010-10-14

Everything paid by: 2010-10-19

Sent DS230: 2010-11-23

NVC RFE received: 2010-12-17

Case Complete NVC:2011-01-03

Second Interview IR-1:2011-02-10

PUT IN AP!!!!!!


We were denied based on overstay, not misdemeanor conviction.


Submit I-601: 2012-09-29

Waiver Aproved:?

Visa Received:?

US Entry:?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Wales

Did he complete the requested action.

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