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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Ghana
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Ok so my husband had his interview on Tuesday the 18th in Ghana, the only thing the consular officer told him was wrong was that his passport didn't have his middle name. they gave him a 221g. I have been emailing them since Tuesday and finally got a response today telling me that they are sending our case back to USCIS and recommending revocation. has anyone else gone thru this recently? the only posts I could find on it are ones that are old. I just need as much help as I can get. I miss my husband so much. thanks for any advice.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Nigeria
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Ok so my husband had his interview on Tuesday the 18th in Ghana, the only thing the consular officer told him was wrong was that his passport didn't have his middle name. they gave him a 221g. I have been emailing them since Tuesday and finally got a response today telling me that they are sending our case back to USCIS and recommending revocation. has anyone else gone thru this recently? the only posts I could find on it are ones that are old. I just need as much help as I can get. I miss my husband so much. thanks for any advice.

What exactly did the 221g say? There has to be more to this than just a missing name in passport. Sorry to hear they are sending your case back.

What you need to do immediately is call your congressperson or senator ASAP and get them involved now. Maybe they can get a second interview. Maybe something was misunderstand and can be fixed now.

In the event you are sent back to USCIS that is a 4 to 8 month process. Once its back USCIS will read the CO's note and decide to either Reaffirm you and ask you for nothing where your petition is sent back for 2nd interview. Or they will have all the denial points from CO and they will send to you to address each and everyone precisely with evidence. You usually will have a 30 day window and they will look at it all and either reaffirm or deny.

If reaffirm back to embassy you will go.You are looking at about a year from now.

What exactly were the questions asked?

Was there a particular subject the CO focused on?

Do you have red flags in your relationship?


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland
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*** Moving from Progress reports to Waivers forum as best suited for this sot of case *****


Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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What exactly did the 221g say? There has to be more to this than just a missing name in passport. Sorry to hear they are sending your case back.

What you need to do immediately is call your congressperson or senator ASAP and get them involved now. Maybe they can get a second interview. Maybe something was misunderstand and can be fixed now.

In the event you are sent back to USCIS that is a 4 to 8 month process. Once its back USCIS will read the CO's note and decide to either Reaffirm you and ask you for nothing where your petition is sent back for 2nd interview. Or they will have all the denial points from CO and they will send to you to address each and everyone precisely with evidence. You usually will have a 30 day window and they will look at it all and either reaffirm or deny.

If reaffirm back to embassy you will go.You are looking at about a year from now.

What exactly were the questions asked?

Was there a particular subject the CO focused on?

Do you have red flags in your relationship?

dwheels76 the only thing the CO focused on was the fact that his middle name was not on his passport. my husband is writing me up the list of questions and when they have power again he will send them to me via email. I have contacted 2 of my senators and already have the permission form for one of them and we will again get those filled out as soon as he has power again. no red flags. but I did find out after I posted that Ghana has had I high rate of identity theft in the last several months. some of his papers that we filled out have his middle name on them as they as you not to leave answers blank so we didn't. if there was a valid answer we gave one. several of them did not ask for it like the ds260, also his birth certificate doesn't have it, his police certificate doesn't and neither does his picture id. so we are going to rectify that by getting all of those new and have them show his middle name. hoping that this will be all that it takes.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland
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You cannot post directly to the Ghana portal, but because you have the Ghana flag in your profile, it will show up there.

You can also post in the Africa regional forum if you like: http://www.visajourney.com/forums/forum/89-africa-sub-saharan/


Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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i had a similar situation, my birth cert had my middle name, all other forms didn't have my middle name, so i was given a new intvw date to come with corrected name.

basically the name must completely match on every document.

it was easier to drop my middle name so i did.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Ghana
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Ok so my husband had his interview on Tuesday the 18th in Ghana, the only thing the consular officer told him was wrong was that his passport didn't have his middle name. they gave him a 221g. I have been emailing them since Tuesday and finally got a response today telling me that they are sending our case back to USCIS and recommending revocation. has anyone else gone thru this recently? the only posts I could find on it are ones that are old. I just need as much help as I can get. I miss my husband so much. thanks for any advice.

Am going through the same situation.I dont think this has something to his middle name.I was put on AP for 60 days after my first interview and attended my second interview on the 27th January,2015.i was denied with 221g stating i was found ineligible. And that my case will be sent back to USCIS for revocation.I asked the CO whether he needed more evidence or any clarification, she told me i had brought more than enough evidence and never gave me any specific reason.If the problem was his middle,am sure he would have been asked to go get it corrected.I know two people who got denied by the same CO for unexplained reason.The best is to get a lawyer and wait to hear from USCIS. GOOD LUCK TO US!

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