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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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I got a letter from the USCIS stating the reason why my visa was denied at the embassy in Casablanca some of it is not true LIKE I dont know some stuff about my wife but some reasons like joint bank account we dont have that because they told my wife that i need a social security number and also they think our marriage is sham not bonafide so please can anybody tell me what should i do to prove our marriage is real i am really confused and i only have 26 days left to send them the proof any help would be appreciated

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I couldn't add my husband to my bank account either because he does not have a social security number.

I added him to my car insurance and my rental insurance.

Do you own a house? You can add her name to your house and your bank account you have in your country.

I also provided a copy of the email from the bank stating I couldn't add my husband.

I hope this helps.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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I couldn't add my husband to my bank account either because he does not have a social security number.

I added him to my car insurance and my rental insurance.

Do you own a house? You can add her name to your house and your bank account you have in your country.

I also provided a copy of the email from the bank stating I couldn't add my husband.

I hope this helps.

Thank you very much

Yes my wife owns a house in the states

that helps alot thank you

I couldn't add my husband to my bank account either because he does not have a social security number.

I added him to my car insurance and my rental insurance.

Do you own a house? You can add her name to your house and your bank account you have in your country.

I also provided a copy of the email from the bank stating I couldn't add my husband.

I hope this helps.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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ok - this letter is usually addressed to the Petitioner, not the beneficiary.

I assume you are the beneficiary, and are trying to 'resolve' this stuff.

Why?

Why not let the petitioner handle this, instead?

The I-130 is very specific in the instructions, on the 6 types of evidence to submit . You two have had some time to make, generate and submit this evidence (i-130 submittal, NVC Doc Intake with the civil docs , interview day at the IV Unit)

but

now you are asking about what to submit, for this evidence,

complaining about no tax returns? We have info on how to get ITIN, submit tax documents as 'married filing jointly' status. You two not do this, prior.

in the end, after casefile goes from IV Unit to NVC to USCIS after , you two are now giving another chance. But - time has passed, at least 4 months since interview day, and you two did nothing to generate the evidence, again.

I suggest you ask the petitioner to reread the I-130 instructions, carefully noting about the 6 types of evidence that are submittable, as now after all this time, USCIS is giving her ONE MORE CHANCE to submit it. One. You two had 3 chances, prior.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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Dear friends

I got a letter from the USCIS stating the reason why my visa was denied at the embassy in Casablanca some of it is not true LIKE I dont know some stuff about my wife but some reasons like joint bank account we dont have that because they told my wife that i need a social security number and also they think our marriage is sham not bonafide so please can anybody tell me what should i do to prove our marriage is real i am really confused and i only have 26 days left to send them the proof any help would be appreciated

Hello,

You need to answer each and every one of the reasons the embassy gave. Remember you are dealing with USCIS and not the embassy now. USCIS will reaffirm your case if you prove to them that your marriage is bonafied. I used a lawyer but many people do it themselves.

For the bank account write and tell them you can not get a joint bank account without a social security number...a letter from the bank stating this would be great. Letters from your parents, brothers and sisters and friends in English stating that the marrriage is real would also be excellent. Send pictures of the 2 of you together and her with your family members.

Your wife can pay a small amount of money to talk to a lawyer for an hour to get help in how to put your package together.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Nigeria
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Dear friends

I got a letter from the USCIS stating the reason why my visa was denied at the embassy in Casablanca some of it is not true LIKE I dont know some stuff about my wife but some reasons like joint bank account we dont have that because they told my wife that i need a social security number and also they think our marriage is sham not bonafide so please can anybody tell me what should i do to prove our marriage is real i am really confused and i only have 26 days left to send them the proof any help would be appreciated

Okay first what evidence did you send in with petition?

What evidence was shown at interview?

The list of denial points what do they say to provide exactly as they have can you list please?


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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Dear friends

I got a letter from the USCIS stating the reason why my visa was denied at the embassy in Casablanca some of it is not true LIKE I dont know some stuff about my wife but some reasons like joint bank account we dont have that because they told my wife that i need a social security number and also they think our marriage is sham not bonafide so please can anybody tell me what should i do to prove our marriage is real i am really confused and i only have 26 days left to send them the proof any help would be appreciated

Sorry hear that ,about join account .they told my wife the same things .about proofs try more picture more visit ,letters call messages and very important things :affidavit third party letter both side her family and your family as your parents sibling friends .Good luck


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I don't think USCIS will ask for a joint bank account or any other evidences that require your legal residence in the US.

I think you need to be specific on what USCIS asks to be proved, otherwise, you gonna get a vague answers, that will not probably fit with your case.

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I don't think USCIS will ask for a joint bank account or any other evidences that require your legal residence in the US.

I think you need to be specific on what USCIS asks to be proved, otherwise, you gonna get a vague answers, that will not probably fit with your case.

USCIS didnt ask exactly what they need us to send they just told us the reason why the consular didnt issue the visa, and joint bank account was on the list

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I hope this help you!

Uncovering sham marriages is a top priority of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, which believes that a high number of the marriage-based green card applications it receives are fraudulent. USCIS is well aware that some U.S. citizens accept money to marry a foreign-born person, and some even create illegal, organized services that arrange marriages between U.S. citizens and green-card-seeking foreign nationals.

The result is that, when it comes to deciding whether a marriage is bona fide, USCIS will take a hard look, and expect the applicant to provide plenty of solid proof that their marriage is the real thing.

Below are some ways that you can prepare to supply the needed proof, including steps you can take far in advance.

Take Steps to Join Your Lives Together

Dont wait until the last minute to look for ways that you can prove that you are really married, that you live together (if you already do) and that you trust each other enough to share financial and other personal matters. Also take steps to prepare for a future together. For example, a U.S. citizen in a sham marriage might not remember to add his or her new spouse as a beneficiary to a company-sponsored life insurance policy while someone in a real marriage would, or at least should.

Some other important steps might include:

make your spouse a beneficiary on your retirement account or other accounts that require or allow a payout to a beneficiary upon the holders death

make sure that both spouses are covered under your health insurance policy (if possible, and if the other spouse doesn't have his or her own insurance)

if you live together, add your spouse to your house deed, mortgage, or apartment lease

if you live together, add your spouses name to your garbage, utility, cable, and other bills

take out a joint credit card

open a joint bank account

file joint tax returns

join a gym or club together, or

buy a car or other major asset together.

Keep Records Demonstrating Your Relationship

You will be asked, at various points throughout the application process, to supply documentary proof of your shared life. So, in addition to keeping copies of the contracts or other documents that go with the above-described matters (i.e. an apartment lease or car title), you should set aside copies of other records and documents showing that you are really married. These might include:

letters or emails you wrote to each other, alluding to your relationship or your wedding plans

receipts from trips you made to see each other, such as for airplane tickets or hotel bills

copies of phone bills showing calls you made to each other

photos of your wedding and other family events (but not videos, these take too long for the immigration authorities to view)

cards or letters sent to both of you at the same address

receipts for gifts (such as an engagement ring, flowers, or chocolate) that you have bought for each other

birth certificates of children youve had or adopted together, or a doctors report stating that you are pregnant, or a fertility specialists report indicating that you are trying.

You wont need to provide every one of these just a carefully selected batch of the most convincing documents. Which will be most convincing? The ones that cant easily be faked. For example, anyone can stage photos of themselves in wedding dress or tux (though its good to provide a few wedding photos as part of the mix), but very few couples would join all or most of their finances, hold lots of family events, or have a baby for the sake of a sham marriage.

Observe and Test Each Other on Aspects of Your Relationship

As the final step in getting a green card, either the immigrant or both halves of the couple will need to attend an in-person interview with a consular or USCIS officer. There, the immigrants application will be reviewed, and you will be asked questions to test the validity of your marriage such as what the color of your kitchen curtains are, who sleeps on which side of the bed, and what you did to celebrate your last birthday.

If either of you seems unable to answer the questions, you may be switched to meeting with the fraud unit, for what is called a Stokes interview. Each of you will then be separately asked an identical set of questions, and your answers compared to see how well they match up.

You wouldnt think youd need to prepare for a test about your own life. But anyone can be inobservant or forgetful, even though their marriage is the real thing. Youll feel most comfortable in your interview if youve anticipated and reviewed the most likely questions beforehand, such as:

Where and how did you meet?

Where did you go on dates?

How many people attended your wedding?

What did you serve at your wedding (to eat or drink)?

Do you have a pet? If so, who feeds it, what food, and when?

Do you use contraception (birth control)? If so, what form?

Who goes to work every day, and when?

Do the two of you attend regular religious services? Where and when?

Where did you go on your last vacation together?

This is just a small sampling of the possible questions. The immigration officers are free to think up their own.

Some couples make a game out of testing each other on questions like these, and others that they think up, in advance of the marriage interview. Try it out -- and don't be too insulted if your spouse forgets what you bought for his or her last birthday!

Additional Proof Needed for Conditional Residents

If your marriage is less than two years old at the time that you are either approved for permanent residency in the U.S. or enter the U.S. on your approved immigrant visa, you will receive conditional, not permanent residence.

What that means is that youll have to file another application (Form I-765) in approximately two years, supplying still more proof that your marriage is bona fide. A mistake that many couples make is to supply old documents, sometimes even the same ones as they submitted originally.

But what the immigration authorities want is proof that you have continued to join and share your lives. That means you should continue to look for ways to do so as described above, and gather recent documents to prove it, showing dates within the two years before your Form I-765 is due.

Getting Legal Help

If you are having difficulty finding proof of your bona fide marriage, or are worried about attending the green card interview, consult an experienced U.S. immigration attorney. The attorney can help you figure out good forms of evidence and prepare the paperwork. If you are adjusting status (applying for your green card in the U.S.), the attorney can also accompany you to your USCIS interview.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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You shove as much evidence down their throats as possible and try to prove every point they said that was a red flag wrong!


Service Center : Texas Service Center
Consulate : Morocco
I-129F Sent : 2014-06-07
I-129F NOA1 : 2014-06-11
I-129F NOA2 : 2014-11-21

NVC Received : 2014-12-09

Date Case #, IIN, and BIN assigned: 2014-12-10

NVC Left: 2014-12-11

Consulate Received: 2014-12-17

Packet 3 Received: 2014-12-29

Interview Date: 2015-01-12

Refusal due to failed drug test, required one year of drug tests

Final Drug Test: 2016-01-21; PASSED

A few days later the embassy called:

PETITION EXPIRED - RETURNED TO USCIS

Service Center : Nebraska Service Center
Consulate : Morocco

Married : May 7, 2016

I-130 Sent : 2016-05-20

I-130 NOA1 : 2016-05-23

Transferred : 2016-10-12

I-130 NOA2 : 2016-11-08

NVC Received : 2016-12-01

Received DS-261 / AOS Bill : 2016-12-03

Pay AOS Bill : 2016-12-03

Send AOS Package : 2016-12-08

Submit Ds-261 : 2016-12-03

Receive IV Bill : 2016-12-03

Pay IV Bill : 2016-12-30

Send IV Package: 2016-12-08

Checklist: 2017-03-31

Case Completed at NVC2017-05-01

Interview Date: 2017-06-06

Interview Result : Administrative Processing 

 

Visa In Hand: September 28, 2017

POE: October 19, 2017 - JFK

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Morocco
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What was sent to establish your relationship originally?

We sent photos of trips, photos with family, logs showing how frequently and how long we spoke most days, passport stamps, affidavits from a couple of friends, documents showing him as the beneficiary of my life insurance, a couple facebook chats, and we submitted more at the NVC and the interview. If you did not show evidence that you communicate and have spent quality time together, because it is difficult to comingle finances, then now is the time to show the evidence to USCIS...


01/28/2013 I-130 package sent

01/31/2013 Notice of Action Date After POE
02/01/2013 Received e-mail and text notification of acceptance
11/26/2013 Applied for SS#
02/04/2013 Received hard copy NOA1 (case not found in on-line system) 12/02/2013 ELIS site still states "accepted"
03/12/2013 Transferred to the local office 12/27/2013 received green card
04/10/2013 Case still not found in on-line system
04/15/2013 INFO-PASS appointment

05/01/2013 NOA2 sent petition approved

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05/09/2013 Case received by NVC

05/23/2013 Received case #'s from NVC

05/23/2013 DS-3032 sent from husband's e-mail

06/03/2013 First day I can not access payment portal

06/04/2013 AOS Fee invoiced and payment made

06/04/2013 DS-3032 resent with Supervisor Review

06/05/2013 DS-3032 acceptance e-mail

06/05/2013 AOS Fee shows "PAID"

06/06/2013 AOS package express mailed

06/07/2013 IV bill invoiced and payment made (still waiting on documents from Hubby)

06/08/2013 IV package express mailed

06/25/2013 IV reviewed - Checklist (2 errors, Birth document & date on DS-230)

06/26/2013 Requested supervisor review by e-mail & verbal request for birth document (fingers crossed)

06/27/2013 AOS accepted

06/28/2013 Checklist response sent for corrected DS-230 (I had my husband sign extra's just in-case)

08/02/2013 NVC requested a supervisor review on the checklist item over 20 business day window

08/05/2013 Case Complete!!! kicking.gif

08/27/2013 Interview Assigned

10/30/2013 Interview

11/04/2013 Pick up Passport

11/12/2013 POE @ JFK

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ecuador
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Two identical threads have been merged, one after it was moved from the MENA regional forum to the Waivers/AP forum where the second one was.


06-04-2007 = TSC stamps postal return-receipt for I-129f.

06-11-2007 = NOA1 date (unknown to me).

07-20-2007 = Phoned Immigration Officer; got WAC#; where's NOA1?

09-25-2007 = Touch (first-ever).

09-28-2007 = NOA1, 23 days after their 45-day promise to send it (grrrr).

10-20 & 11-14-2007 = Phoned ImmOffs; "still pending."

12-11-2007 = 180 days; file is "between workstations, may be early Jan."; touches 12/11 & 12/12.

12-18-2007 = Call; file is with Division 9 ofcr. (bckgrnd check); e-prompt to shake it; touch.

12-19-2007 = NOA2 by e-mail & web, dated 12-18-07 (187 days; 201 per VJ); in mail 12/24/07.

01-09-2008 = File from USCIS to NVC, 1-4-08; NVC creates file, 1/15/08; to consulate 1/16/08.

01-23-2008 = Consulate gets file; outdated Packet 4 mailed to fiancee 1/27/08; rec'd 3/3/08.

04-29-2008 = Fiancee's 4-min. consular interview, 8:30 a.m.; much evidence brought but not allowed to be presented (consul: "More proof! Second interview! Bring your fiance!").

05-05-2008 = Infuriating $12 call to non-English-speaking consulate appointment-setter.

05-06-2008 = Better $12 call to English-speaker; "joint" interview date 6/30/08 (my selection).

06-30-2008 = Stokes Interrogations w/Ecuadorian (not USC); "wait 2 weeks; we'll mail her."

07-2008 = Daily calls to DOS: "currently processing"; 8/05 = Phoned consulate, got Section Chief; wrote him.

08-07-08 = E-mail from consulate, promising to issue visa "as soon as we get her passport" (on 8/12, per DHL).

08-27-08 = Phoned consulate (they "couldn't find" our file); visa DHL'd 8/28; in hand 9/1; through POE on 10/9 with NO hassles(!).

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We received our NOIR on October 10, 2014...I have already submitted the evidence which included 305 pages of cell phone bills (calls & sms messages), viber, skype, whatsapp, photos, 10 letters of bona fide relationship from both sides of the family, letter from bank saying i couldnt add my husband unless he is in front of them...a letter showing where i had added my husband to my kids medical where he can get them medical treatment if necessary, letters of correspondence between me and nvc, consulates, receipts from 4 trips to see him...even a copy of a letter i sent to secretary Kerry and President Obama...and also their response. We are waiting for their decision now...good luck to you.

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