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My US Visa petitioner already petitioned someone else for another visa category and was accepted. Will my k-1 visa be like denied?

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Hello there. 

As the title of the topic states, I was having a research on how to get approved in K-1 Visa interviews and not fail. And I stumbled on a website that states that petitions are likely to be denied if there are language barriers, huge age difference, culture difference, etc. But I also read that another factor is that when the US petitioner has petitioned someone else in the past (not a K-1 Visa though, it was IR-1 or IR-2), K-1 visa interview are most likely to get denied. Is this true? All your comments and replies will be appreciated. Thank you!

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Just now, josef04 said:

Hello there. 

As the title of the topic states, I was having a research on how to get approved in K-1 Visa interviews and not fail. And I stumbled on a website that states that petitions are likely to be denied if there are language barriers, huge age difference, culture difference, etc. But I also read that another factor is that when the US petitioner has petitioned someone else in the past (not a K-1 Visa though, it was IR-1 or IR-2), K-1 visa interview are most likely to get denied. Is this true? All your comments and replies will be appreciated. Thank you!

I am on my third k1 petition with huge age gap.  Visa approved yesterday 


YMMV

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Just now, josef04 said:

That’s great then. Congratulations! I am really hoping to get approved on my interview. 

The consular will ask about it,   but if you are in the know and give appropriate answers then Manila will be okay 


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1 hour ago, josef04 said:

Hello there. 

As the title of the topic states, I was having a research on how to get approved in K-1 Visa interviews and not fail. And I stumbled on a website that states that petitions are likely to be denied if there are language barriers, huge age difference, culture difference, etc. :no:   But I also read that another factor is that when the US petitioner has petitioned someone else in the past (not a K-1 Visa though, it was IR-1 or IR-2), K-1 visa interview are most likely to get denied :no:  . Is this true? All your comments and replies will be appreciated. Thank you!

That may be true for some embassies, but not so with Manila.  

 

Jump over to the Philippines forum   https://www.visajourney.com/forums/forum/129-philippines/


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