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Well if you are still waiting on the I-129f there is nothing you can do the petitioner would have to cancel. If you are waiting to be approved for the visa just do not respond to the embassy and they will cancel it. If you already have the visa just don't use it. I would assume you are worried about it being on your record in the future but there is nothing you can do about it showing up now.

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you should notify the USC to cancel the K1 as u can not

the best way is to break off (tell the truth) to the USC 

you can notify the embassy that u will not show up to interview (if scheduled) 

just send an email to ivcasablanca.gov

 

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6 minutes ago, Najib ben said:

Hey, I have a question about cancelling a k1 visa , I’m the beneficiary , is there anyone have an idea what should I do to cancel it ? Do I have to call the consulate in Casablanca and request a cancellation? 

Thanks.

only the USC can cancel the K-1, there is nothing you can do, if you don't want to continue you simply don't go to the interview.

 

but to make sure it has stopped the USC must sent a letter to withdrawl

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1 hour ago, adil-rafa said:

you should notify the USC to cancel the K1 as u can not

the best way is to break off (tell the truth) to the USC 

you can notify the embassy that u will not show up to interview (if scheduled) 

just send an email to ivcasablanca.gov

 

The case is still at noa1 , should I send an email to the address you give me requesting a cancellation?

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Only the petitioner can officially withdraw a petition. You can write a letter and send it to the texas lockbox, but you can not withdraw it.

 

If you do not wish to continue, you can simply not do the interview/ medical/etc and inform the consulate you will not be continuing.


5/7/2018 K1       Application mailed

5/9/2018             Application rec'd and signed for (sent via fedex)

5/14/2018          NOA1 Email notification

5/18/2018          NOA1 Paper copy rec'd (i797C)

11/5/2018          NOA2 ❤️ no RFE's

 

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1 hour ago, debbiedoo said:

Only the petitioner can officially withdraw a petition. You can write a letter and send it to the texas lockbox, but you can not withdraw it.

 

If you do not wish to continue, you can simply not do the interview/ medical/etc and inform the consulate you will not be continuing.

Thank you 😊 

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24 minutes ago, Najib ben said:

The case is still at noa1 , should I send an email to the address you give me requesting a cancellation?

no

tell the USC to cancel it so he / she does not spend more money and waste time

it is only fair to tell them

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Just don't go to the interview if that's your decision but be sure this is what you want because you have time but remember this is casablanca and making a decision like that you must be sure because casablanca is tough but make sure the US fiance knows

Edited by Latonia

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Not that it's my business, and you do not need to answer but just to let you know if you are giving up the petition to get married and do a spousal Visa, there will be questions later about if anyone has ever filed a petition for you, so you will need to declare this. Also some have been delayed in CR1 process for not being able to show cancellation of a previous Visa. 

 

If you have split up, I am sorry to hear about it and good luck to you. 

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15 hours ago, EandH0904 said:

Not that it's my business, and you do not need to answer but just to let you know if you are giving up the petition to get married and do a spousal Visa, there will be questions later about if anyone has ever filed a petition for you, so you will need to declare this. Also some have been delayed in CR1 process for not being able to show cancellation of a previous Visa. 

 

If you have split up, I am sorry to hear about it and good luck to you. 

Thanks, what should I do to declare this as you mentioned?

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There's nothing that you can do as the beneficiary, this is the applicant's duty, you just don't show up to the interview. I am SURE if it is a break up that he/she will ALready have cancelled everything by calling USCIS, in either case, they are the ones that need to inform them not you. Hope that helps .☺️

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If you're worried about any future issues on whether you can file another visa, don't worry it won't affect it as people break up all of the time but like it has been written here by several people, there's nothing that you can do in this case cause you're the beneficiary. 

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