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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Morocco
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We need your support...Many K1/K3/CR1 visa petitions are being returned to the United States.

More and more this is how Morocco is handling visa petitions, and it does not matter the amount of proof of relationship you provide. This is not only happening in Morocco but in US consulates all over the world...it could happen to you.

We need a central place to review/share extremely important information to help ourselves and others going through this issue. Possibly even prevent this from happening to others in the future.

I will gladly create a legible, credible, and searchable compilation of all immigration guidelines surrounding petition return/revocation, research, etc. if VJ would commit to pinning this issue for us.

Petitions Being Returned to the United States

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If you support pinning this issue...please say so by posting in this topic. Without forum support the issue will never get pinned. Thank you.

Please show your support by posting it here...

(F) ~Kiya~ (F)


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DISCLAIMER: I am not an attorney, all information provided is from years of research and personal experiences of those affected by returned visa petitions/applications. If this is happening to you, my personal advice is to research the facts, hire a good immigration lawyer who can demonstrate they specialize in returned/denied visa petitions and applications.

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Kiya,

Two thoughts come to mind:

- Agreed, the amount of proof of relationship does not matter. What does matter is the quality, the relevance to the issues of concern.

- A common refrain of VJers is, 'you don't need an attorney for a simple, straightforward case'. Your observation confirms that many people are not recognizing when their case may contain issues that are not simple and straightforward.

Yodrak

We need your support...Many K1/K3/CR1 visa petitions are being returned to the United States.

More and more this is how Morocco is handling visa petitions, and it does not matter the amount of proof of relationship you provide. This is not only happening in Morocco but in US consulates all over the world...it could happen to you.

....

(F) ~Kiya~ (F)

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hey i had my interview this is me that i asked many questions on here ,after all today i got a call from the consulate asking me to come to pick up my visa ,my case was returned to the US under section 221 (g) and after 1 week the called me to come to drop my passport and after 5 days they called me today to pick it up thanks officier you did not lie to me you are so nice and you know what you are doing :)

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Morocco
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Kiya,

Two thoughts come to mind:

- Agreed, the amount of proof of relationship does not matter. What does matter is the quality, the relevance to the issues of concern.

- A common refrain of VJers is, 'you don't need an attorney for a simple, straightforward case'. Your observation confirms that many people are not recognizing when their case may contain issues that are not simple and straightforward.

Yodrak

We need your support...Many K1/K3/CR1 visa petitions are being returned to the United States.

More and more this is how Morocco is handling visa petitions, and it does not matter the amount of proof of relationship you provide. This is not only happening in Morocco but in US consulates all over the world...it could happen to you.

....

(F) ~Kiya~ (F)

Sometimes it doesn't matter the quantity or quality....sometimes they don't even bother looking at it! People are still assuming that these petitions are sent back after a fair review....just not true.


'Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways - Chardonnay in one hand - chocolate in the other - body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming 'WOO HOO, What a Ride'

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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Kiya,

Two thoughts come to mind:

- Agreed, the amount of proof of relationship does not matter. What does matter is the quality, the relevance to the issues of concern.

- A common refrain of VJers is, 'you don't need an attorney for a simple, straightforward case'. Your observation confirms that many people are not recognizing when their case may contain issues that are not simple and straightforward.

Yodrak

We need your support...Many K1/K3/CR1 visa petitions are being returned to the United States.

More and more this is how Morocco is handling visa petitions, and it does not matter the amount of proof of relationship you provide. This is not only happening in Morocco but in US consulates all over the world...it could happen to you.

....

(F) ~Kiya~ (F)

Sometimes it doesn't matter the quantity or quality....sometimes they don't even bother looking at it! People are still assuming that these petitions are sent back after a fair review....just not true.

:crying::crying::crying: So true, So true Morocco.


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Morocco
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Kiya,

Two thoughts come to mind:

- Agreed, the amount of proof of relationship does not matter. What does matter is the quality, the relevance to the issues of concern.

- A common refrain of VJers is, 'you don't need an attorney for a simple, straightforward case'. Your observation confirms that many people are not recognizing when their case may contain issues that are not simple and straightforward.

Yodrak

We need your support...Many K1/K3/CR1 visa petitions are being returned to the United States.

More and more this is how Morocco is handling visa petitions, and it does not matter the amount of proof of relationship you provide. This is not only happening in Morocco but in US consulates all over the world...it could happen to you.

....

(F) ~Kiya~ (F)

Sometimes it doesn't matter the quantity or quality....sometimes they don't even bother looking at it! People are still assuming that these petitions are sent back after a fair review....just not true.

:crying::crying::crying: So true, So true Morocco.

Its so nice to see you again bornot2be!! Please tell us, is there any updates on your case?


'Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways - Chardonnay in one hand - chocolate in the other - body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming 'WOO HOO, What a Ride'

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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According to the online status portfolio, the last time that I-130 was touched 1-09-06, so I am thinking when

the congressman office inquired that had to be it. I recieved the congressman's email 1-06-06. We were told to wait 30-120 days before making anymore inquiries. As soon as the time in up, I am bugging the

congressman office to check again if we have not heard anything. :yes::yes: We only have 1 year to

resolve this one way or the other and my husband's interview was in July 2005.

Karen H.


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