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After receiving NOA2 approval, NVC returned petition to USCIS?

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I received my NOA2 from USCIS on October 15 and my K1 petition was sent to NVC. I emailed NVC a week ago and received an email reply today saying that "we have returned immigrant visa petition: (Case Number) to USCIS. If you have anymore question please contact USCIS". It appears that we have a case number but the petition is being sent back to USCIS. My fiance and I have never married, no criminal record. Anyone know what could be the reason the petition was sent back? We haven't even scheduled our interview yet. I called USCIS and NVC but they did not give me any useful information. Anyone know what is going on? I am worried.

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22 minutes ago, FL2018 said:

I received my NOA2 from USCIS on October 15 and my K1 petition was sent to NVC. I emailed NVC a week ago and received an email reply today saying that "we have returned immigrant visa petition: (Case Number) to USCIS. If you have anymore question please contact USCIS". It appears that we have a case number but the petition is being sent back to USCIS. My fiance and I have never married, no criminal record. Anyone know what could be the reason the petition was sent back? We haven't even scheduled our interview yet. I called USCIS and NVC but they did not give me any useful information. Anyone know what is going on? I am worried.

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12 hours ago, FL2018 said:

I received my NOA2 from USCIS on October 15 and my K1 petition was sent to NVC. I emailed NVC a week ago and received an email reply today saying that "we have returned immigrant visa petition: (Case Number) to USCIS. If you have anymore question please contact USCIS". It appears that we have a case number but the petition is being sent back to USCIS. My fiance and I have never married, no criminal record. Anyone know what could be the reason the petition was sent back? We haven't even scheduled our interview yet. I called USCIS and NVC but they did not give me any useful information. Anyone know what is going on? I am worried.

NVC does very little processing with K1 visa cases.  They check to make sure that USCIS stamps it in the upper left or right hand corner (Where they have a space for the approval stamp) and they also check to make sure that you have answered and the adjudicator didn't miss you answering the 3 criminal questions.  

 

Do you have a copy of the petition that you submitted and did you answer those 3 criminal questions? 

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