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Chances of approval for i-129f

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I need to know my chances of getting approval for I-129f visa. I had a B1/B2 visa and traveled with it. It got cancelled and I was asked to apply for a fiancé visa by the immigration officers. I was eventually deported to my country. My fiancé who is a citizen is trying to apply via I-129f. What are my chances.

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Well, I guess it depends on the circumstances.  But given that you were deported previously, it might be more difficult for you than the average applicant.  It might be best to hire a lawyer at this point; there's a possibility you may still be able to enter, but with deportation, it's much trickier. This website isn't the expert on your individual case, of course, but maybe it'll help. Best of luck!



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