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We had our interview Wed, dec 18 @ 8:15. We had all the information they asked and then some. We also had a copy of our I601 waiver that was approved. They denied his case because they said he was deported and entered the US twice illegally. Wasn't that was the waiver was for? To pardon him for his illegal entry? I'm devastated. I had to leave him there and it ripped my heart apart. What can I do? Please, any advise or experience anyone can offer here will be greatly appreciated.

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I'm so sorry I don't know much at al about the waiver process but I think the waiver forum would be the place to get the best responses. I'm going to move your thread there.

~~Thread moved to Waivers (I-601 and I-212) and Administrative Processes (221g), from IR-1 / CR-1 Spouse Visa Process & Procedures - As they are dealing with a waiver this is a more appropriate forum.~~

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HI

unfortunatly, immigration was wrong in giving him the chance to file the waiver. your husband doesn't qualify for the waiver. the waiver is for those who entered ilegally once. If he entered twice, he automatically gets the 10 year ban and you can file for him after he completes the ban

he was deported, so he had a 10 year ban that he didn't complete in his country, instead he came back. there is no waiver with more than one entry to the country.

I'm so sorry because it was a waste of time, money, effort in putting the waiver, even if they approved it, someone made a mistake and he should have gotten the 10 year ban instead of the possiblity to file the waiver.

some spouses decide to move to spouse's country, others decide to live in border cities.

how long has he been in his country?

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We had our interview Wed, dec 18 @ 8:15. We had all the information they asked and then some. We also had a copy of our I601 waiver that was approved. They denied his case because they said he was deported and entered the US twice illegally. Wasn't that was the waiver was for? To pardon him for his illegal entry? I'm devastated. I had to leave him there and it ripped my heart apart. What can I do? Please, any advise or experience anyone can offer here will be greatly appreciated.

Sorry to hear. You might want to go over to http://immigrate2us.net/forum/content.php they are experts in the waiver business and may have something that can direct you what to do.


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Sounds like he is 9c, lifetime ban waiverable after 10 years.

You can look up the 9c in the web site mentioned above.


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