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hii..please help me what can i do now.i went for interview and they handed me 221g for additional doc..proof of your marital relationship and my case status Administration process after interview  and when i submit everything then after 5 week my status change to Refused

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Well there is nothing for you to do, it will be sent back and a NOIR will be issued to your Spouse to refute the reason it was declined.


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22 hours ago, Boiler said:

Well there is nothing for you to do, it will be sent back and a NOIR will be issued to your Spouse to refute the reason it was declined.

thanks bro,can they give me chance again i sent proof and they not sent back my case uscis..if they sent for noir what is its processing time 

21 hours ago, Ontarkie said:

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ok sorry 

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12 hours ago, Kashan.01 said:

@shan1000 Hey can you share further details? What you've been asked in interview? Any red flag? How did u marry? Proper events celebrations or court marriage?

co asked for chat history when i fist time chat her but unfortunately i sell my old phon now how i submit old call and chat history  ,email betwn us ,picture again ..no red flag 

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4 hours ago, shan1000 said:

co asked for chat history when i fist time chat her but unfortunately i sell my old phon now how i submit old call and chat history  ,email betwn us ,picture again ..no red flag 

Couldn’t your wife send it, or did she also sell her old phone?

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12 hours ago, SusieQQQ said:

Couldn’t your wife send it, or did she also sell her old phone?

no she also change her old phone but i have new chat history ..i think marriage certificate is the strong proof of your relationship why they ask email letter etc

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2 hours ago, shan1000 said:

no she also change her old phone but i have new chat history ..i think marriage certificate is the strong proof of your relationship why they ask email letter etc

No, it’s not. It’s proof that you spent an hour or so at a ceremony, that’s all. Many people enter into a legal marriage just to get a green card, that’s precisely why they want to see history - to prove it’s a genuine relationship and not just a transaction entered into to get a green card.

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On 12/2/2018 at 5:58 AM, shan1000 said:

no she also change her old phone but i have new chat history ..i think marriage certificate is the strong proof of your relationship why they ask email letter etc

You have it all wrong.

 

People who have fake marriages to get green cards have marriage certificates.  What they don't have is a history together.  Real couples have a history before they get marry.  Email.  Letter.  Etc.  Fakers who rush to make a marriage transaction do not have a long relationship history.  So, a marriage certificate alone means nothing.  It's the history together that is important.  

 

Scrubbing chat history, changing phones, and new accounts right before marriage are red flags of making changes to fake a marriage for a green card.  

Your lack of a history together is the reason your visa was denied.  

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2 hours ago, aaron2020 said:

You have it all wrong.

 

People who have fake marriages to get green cards have marriage certificates.  What they don't have is a history together.  Real couples have a history before they get marry.  Email.  Letter.  Etc.  Fakers who rush to make a marriage transaction do not have a long relationship history.  So, a marriage certificate alone means nothing.  It's the history together that is important.  

 

Scrubbing chat history, changing phones, and new accounts right before marriage are red flags of making changes to fake a marriage for a green card.  

Your lack of a history together is the reason your visa was denied.  

but i submitted 1 year chat history and email

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