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On 11/26/2018 at 8:59 PM, Cyberfx1024 said:

Where did you hear this?

It's been in the news for the past weeks, I'm Venezuelan too and I have the same concern, 

 

Did you find information about this? @VenezuelaVisa


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24 minutes ago, Daniela M_______ said:

It's been in the news for the past weeks, I'm Venezuelan too and I have the same concern, 

 

Did you find information about this? @VenezuelaVisa

I haven't heard that at all from any legitimate sources at all, mostly from sites that spread gossip and rumors to get hits 

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15 minutes ago, Cyberfx1024 said:

I haven't heard that at all from any legitimate sources at all, mostly from sites that spread gossip and rumors to get hits 

I understand, however, due to the recent events with venezuelan goverment and more sanctions coming every few months I strongly believe it can happen. So the question is IF it happens, what would it mean for people going through immigrant visas?

 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/trump-administration-prepares-to-add-venezuela-to-list-of-state-sponsors-of-terrorism/2018/11/19/1ba65b74-ec01-11e8-baac-2a674e91502b_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.cd961d75ae9e

 

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/trump-zenezuela-us-terrorism-state-sponsor-list-maduro-countries-funding-sanctions-a8642981.html

 

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-venezuela-usa/u-s-considers-adding-venezuela-to-terrorism-sponsors-list-source-idUSKCN1NP042

 

I don't know how much to trust in this sources but there's some information to backup our worries.


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1 hour ago, Daniela M_______ said:

I understand, however, due to the recent events with venezuelan goverment and more sanctions coming every few months I strongly believe it can happen. So the question is IF it happens, what would it mean for people going through immigrant visas?

 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/trump-administration-prepares-to-add-venezuela-to-list-of-state-sponsors-of-terrorism/2018/11/19/1ba65b74-ec01-11e8-baac-2a674e91502b_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.cd961d75ae9e

 

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/trump-zenezuela-us-terrorism-state-sponsor-list-maduro-countries-funding-sanctions-a8642981.html

 

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-venezuela-usa/u-s-considers-adding-venezuela-to-terrorism-sponsors-list-source-idUSKCN1NP042

 

I don't know how much to trust in this sources but there's some information to backup our worries.

At this point in time honestly I would not worry about the everyday citizens trying to get visas from Venezuela. This administration has been really trying to ensure that they can hit the government without trying to affect the overall populace. 

 

So I would expect to see more of the same in that regard.

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Definitely not good news if this goes into affect, per the State Department: 

 

“All applicants who are citizens of designated State Sponsor of Terrorism countries must be interviewed by a consular officer. Interviews are required, and, therefore, cannot be waived. Applicants may apply for nonimmigrant visas.

 

An exception to the requirement for an interview may be made at the discretion of the consular officer in cases of A and G visa applicants (except for A-3 and G-5 applicants, who must be interviewed).”

 

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/visa-information-resources/frequently-asked-questions/visa-applicants-from-state-sponsors.html

 

 

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1 hour ago, Tinman71 said:

Maybe the U.S. government should stop interference in third world countries these problems wouldn't arise. But to late now

So what exactly are we doing in Venezuela to cause the many problems that they have?

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14 hours ago, Tinman71 said:

Maybe the U.S. government should stop interference in third world countries these problems wouldn't arise. But to late now

Please, as a venezuelan citizen that has lived in Venezuela during 30 of my 32 years and after watching the country fell apart, I ask you PLEASE enlighten me about how the USA is the problem. Maybe you know better than I do.


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Guys, it doesn’t matter, your personal opinions don’t matter, if Trump does in fact put this into affect, it’s going to create a lot of problems for immigration processes and I’m trying to find out what options there are and if anyone has any insight. 

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14 hours ago, VenezuelaVisa said:

Definitely not good news if this goes into affect, per the State Department: 

 

“All applicants who are citizens of designated State Sponsor of Terrorism countries must be interviewed by a consular officer. Interviews are required, and, therefore, cannot be waived. Applicants may apply for nonimmigrant visas.

 

An exception to the requirement for an interview may be made at the discretion of the consular officer in cases of A and G visa applicants (except for A-3 and G-5 applicants, who must be interviewed).”

 

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/visa-information-resources/frequently-asked-questions/visa-applicants-from-state-sponsors.html

 

 

 

I don't get how are those bad news... It says that we can apply but interview is required. Pretty much same process we are doing now.

 


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5th Visit: May, 2018 Mexico.

RFE USCIS website: September 26, 2018

RFE Hard copy: October 01, 2018

RFE Response Sent:  October 10, 2018

RFE Received by USCIS:  October 16, 2018

NOA2!!!!! *NEW* USCIS website: November 2, 2018

NOA2 Hardcopy: November 7, 2018

NVC Received: November 14, 2018

NVC Case Number: November 29, 2018

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