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HELP! Fiance Denied

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My fiance was interviewed in South Africa in November 2011. We were placed in AP for more documents. We turned the documents in on December 12. The documents (long form birth certificate and death certificate for the children's mother)came from the National Population Commission in Nigeria where he's from originally. The past 2 months they kept telling us our documents were waiting to be verified. Then we were told that the verification was suspended because they received an email from the consulate in Nigeria verifying the information. My fiance was told to come into the consulate in South Africa today. He was given a form that basically said based on documents and answers to questions (he answered all correctly) my I-129F was not approvable and said file was returned to the NVC. What do I do now? :help: He'll scan the document to me soon but at this point is there anything I can do?

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This is what the document says:

On the basis of documents submitted to us, together with answers to our questions during and after your original interview, this office has determined that the I-129F petition filed on your behalf by your fiance, is not clearly approvable.

This has confused me even more.Isn't that approved by USCIS?

The second paragraph basically says its being returned to the NVC.

:help::help::help:

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This is what the document says:

On the basis of documents submitted to us, together with answers to our questions during and after your original interview, this office has determined that the I-129F petition filed on your behalf by your fiance, is not clearly approvable.

This has confused me even more.Isn't that approved by USCIS?

The second paragraph basically says its being returned to the NVC.

:help::help::help:

VOs cannot reject or disapprove a petition from USCIS...when called upon to issue a visa (or not) based on a petition not subject to 214b, they must outline the reason(s) and ship it back to USCIS for further review, and if USCIS agrees (or agrees and asks the petitioner for more information that turns out not to have helped the case), then USCIS will deny the visa/petition. Whenever a VO discovers information that MIGHT NOT have been available to USCIS, and that information seems to cast into doubt whatever info was given to USCIS, they deny it 221g and send it back to USCIS with a detailed cover letter. That is what they have done (or will do). There is virtually nothing you can do to change that decision.

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