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601-A Process for Irish citizens

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Hoping to hear from any Irish citizen who has recently gone through the 601-A process and did final interview at U.S. Embassy in Dublin? I am a green card holder, and my husband's 601-A application has been approved, so I would love to hear from anyone who has been through this.

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Not sure I have ever seen anybody on here go through Dublin, can not imagine you are the first.


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1 hour ago, SusieQQQ said:

Why would the process be any different for Irish citizens, I am wondering if (as it seems it’s rare for Irish) OP may as well look for general 601a interview experiences?

It is different for a number of reasons. I am trying to establish the way 601-A cases as dealt with in Dublin having heard anecdotally that they go out of their way at the Embassy to find a reason to override or deny approvals.

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22 minutes ago, okokok2018 said:

It is different for a number of reasons. I am trying to establish the way 601-A cases as dealt with in Dublin having heard anecdotally that they go out of their way at the Embassy to find a reason to override or deny approvals.

I would be really interested if you can elucidate on these “number of reasons”, because constitutionally the US is not supposed to favor or disfavor people based on national origin.  What you seem to be describing is systematic discrimination against Irish nationals applying for 601 waivers, which I am sure any number of Irish-origin lawmakers would be happy to take up on if true.

 

Have you had an attorney working on the case? Perhaps part of the problem is people not presenting appropriate documentation. Can you detail the reasons that have been given for the approvals being overriden at interview? Documentation? Other factors? Other inadmissibilities?

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