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Husband and I are planning on entering with my CR1 visa in a few days after I get my passport back.  Any stories of people being denied at that point by CBP, and if so, for what reason? 

 

We’ve (and I’m sure lots of you too) dealt with so many unexpected issues such as Canada post strike, CeAC being down, holidays, government shutdown, and slowing processing times.  I’m a little traumatized. Going into this POE experience weary, and wanting to be prepared for any issues.  

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Only people who know they screwed up badly, are worried about being denied entry on immigrant visa. ;) hope you're not one of them. 

 

There is very tiny chance of being denied when you hold an immigrant visa. Nothing bad will happen. 


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20 minutes ago, Roel said:

Only people who know they screwed up badly, are worried about being denied entry on immigrant visa. ;) hope you're not one of them. 

 

There is very tiny chance of being denied when you hold an immigrant visa. Nothing bad will happen. 

 

It’s a sincere question.  Ex. Can they deny you if you didn’t bring your certificate of conformity for the car you’re importing?  Or can they deny you if you’re bringing your belongings but you filled out the wrong import form?  Trying to get a feel of how many land mines there are when doing first POE.

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They won't deny you over a mistake... unless they figure out you are trying to lie about immigration or what you're importing I guess. 

 

Just file forms carefully... 


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29.11.2013 - NoA1

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01.04.2014 - Interview. 

AoS

03.2015 - AoS started.

09.2015 - Green Card received.  

RoC

24.07.2017 - NoA1.

01.08.2018 - RoC approved. 

 

 

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The person entering on a K1 gets asked if their husband/wife is traveling with them. If the answer is yes you can bet they will be denied as they should not be married yet. 

 

Or the K1 fiance that shows up at eh border all cocky saying he may get married. You bet ya, he's on the next plane out. 

 

Now their has been a member on here who got to the border and then found out that Montreal screwed up and should have asked for a waiver. He was turned away. 

 

So pretty much if all is in order immigration wise you will be fine. Good luck


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