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Wife went to her interview in accra ghana and receive form 221g

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It says her documents lacked specific evidence to make a final conclusion and was told to bring the requested documents on jun 22. I have some questions.

We have two children together who were born in Ghana and both of them have received their birth abroad and are American citizen and have American passport. She presented them with these evidence. But They Are requesting for more photos, communication history, chat record, emails, and phone call records. Each one of our child required an interview before they were granted natural born American citizens so I don't know why they are giving her a hard time now. Can they deny my wife who has two American citizen children a visa? If so, on what basis?

They also said I need to do another i864, so I'm using a joint sponsor who's makes well more than enough. But what happens if they are still not satisfied with my i864?

She said that the officer who interviewed her was so rude and looked unhappy. Her initials are KM. Is it common for the accra embassy to request for more evidence? I've been reading a lot of interview experience on this forum and it seems like most people get the 221g on their first interview.

I need someone who is a Little knowledgeable to answer these questions because I am a little concerned. Thank you.

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What other evidence did u bring other than info on children?

Pictures of our wedding, engagement, doing normal things. Pictures of all of us together with the family. Pics of her with my family. Land documents in Ghana with both of our names. The only thing I didn't add are the communication records like chat phone calls.

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That lady with the KM intials is very rude and she denied our k1 visa last month and we got married that same week and coming to file for spouse visa and is not easy to get approval from her. Pls l will help u with prayers so that she will not go to her again for the second interview. That lady treated me like an animal on my interview days. Wish well

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5/19/2015. I was denied for a visa on that date when I was asked to bring evidence of my relationship with my fiancé. And I was still denied on my second interview when I brought what I was asked to bring and I would like to know the reason why. the CO would not explain it to me. The CO initials were KM She collected all the evidence she asked us to come with and did not even looked at it,we spend the 4hours at the embassy and later called us and threw all our evidence into My face like I was a dog and said she can't give the visa to me because she sees our relationship not real. We got married the next day because We love each other and wanted to be together. And I would appreciate some information on why she felt our relationship was not real.

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So what other evidence does she need which is stronger than the children you have together? Just gather your communication records and present it at the next interview. By God's grace you will not have her interview your wife and it will be an approval in God's name ameen.when is your appointment?

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That consular is a mess! Since you are married they rarely denie the marriage visa, but they can make you sit and wait until they feel like giving the visa, it is best to pray that she gets a different consular so in the mean time print out a lot of your chats and phone records and have the sponsor paper work ready! Make sure everything is in order!

I have also went to my senator for help!

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I have heard nothing but bad things about the CO (KM). We go for our interview Monday and I can only pray we do not get her. There needs to be drastic changes at the Embassy in Accra. People are treated wrong and disrespected!


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Can they deny my wife who has two American citizen children a visa? If so, on what basis?

They also said I need to do another i864, so I'm using a joint sponsor who's makes well more than enough. But what happens if they are still not satisfied with my i864?

Answers:

  • Yes, a visa can be denied for a variety of reasons regardless of one's personal circumstances. If USCIS agreed with the reasons once they received the file back, you will see what those specific reasons are in a Notice of Intent to Revoke (NOIR).
  • If they are still not satisfied with your I-864, they will simply demand another one.

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