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4 minutes ago, Illiria said:

So on a previous visa application prior to your marriage he stated he was married was this true or was this a lie to try and make fake ties to try and get the visitor visa?

Seeing the country they have listed I'm going to assume what you said is true. 

 

People there seems to make a habit of lying about being married thinking it will increase their chances of visa. Stupid move. We have seen this on VJ maaaany times. 


K1

29.11.2013 - NoA1

06.02.2014 - NoA2

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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9 minutes ago, Roel said:

Seeing the country they have listed I'm going to assume what you said is true. 

Yeah, just wanted to confirm plus then clarify if the visitor visa was subsequently granted which may consequently mean a material misrepresentation.

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K-1 Met:2002 Dating :2003 I-129F Sent : 2013-06-01 I-129F NOA2 : 2013-08-20 Medical: 2013-12-20 Interview Date : 2014-01-22 POE: 2014-02-19 Wedding: 2014-03-18

AOS/EAD Date Filed : 2014-04-04 BioAppt: 2014-05-13 EAD in Production: 2014-07-08 Interview date: 2014-07-14 Green Card received: 2014-07-19

ROC Date Filed: 2016-04-26 Cheque Cashed: 2016-05-10 NOA1: 2016-04-28 Biometrics: 2016-06-30 Approved: 11-08-2016 Green Card Received: 11-18-2016

 

Citizenship Date Filed: 2017-04-18 Cheque Cashed: 2017-04-24- NOA1:2017-04-21  Biometrics: 2017-05-19 Inline: 2017-07-12 Interview Date: 2018-02-13 Oath: 2018-03-15

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31 minutes ago, Kabir Ishola said:

Good Dey everyone please I need your help please 
I received my intent to revoke notice and what can do next Please help.                            Thanks 

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Either provide the evidence of legal termination of that marriage (if there was one), or plan to move to spouse's country. 

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1. He/she apply for B1/B2 and stated that he/she married.

2. Later on ,he/she getting married with US Citizens, and Embassy want to see the divorce paper for that previous married.

Well, look like that B1/B2 now getting back to them.

 

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4 minutes ago, NuestraUnion said:

@Kabir Ishola,

 

Can you confirm some information in order for US to give advice?

 

Did you previously apply for a B2 visa as married?

If so, were you actually married at the time?

 

  • If you were married at the time, then the obvious solution is to provide evidence that the previous marriage is over with divorce documents.
  • If you were married at that time yet did not legally end the marriage before marrying your current partner. Then that makes you ineligible from receiving a visa. You would have to divorce your first wife, remarry your current partner, and start the spousal visa over.
  • If you were not married at that time of filing for that B2, then you are now seeing the consequences of that action. It is forever on record and, therefore, subject to a ban from receiving a visa.

Thanks for your advice, at the time I applied for my B2 visa, I was married, and it was a traditional marriage and when my present wife filed for me, I made my lawyer understand that I was married traditionally but I doesn’t matter, that traditional marriages doesn’t count and that was the mistake from my lawyer. When I went for the interview, the consular made me understand that marriage is marriage no matter if traditional or not that I have to provide a proof that I am no longer in marriage with my ex but could not produce it on that day, so i was asked to provide the divorce document Because I told her I have to go to court to request for it cause since the verdict was give I did not got go and collect the divorce papers yet cause my lawyer told e it wasn’t necessary then but I went to pick it up afterwards and I have it with me now. 

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12 minutes ago, Kabir Ishola said:

Thanks for your advice, at the time I applied for my B2 visa, I was married, and it was a traditional marriage and when my present wife filed for me, I made my lawyer understand that I was married traditionally but I doesn’t matter, that traditional marriages doesn’t count and that was the mistake from my lawyer. When I went for the interview, the consular made me understand that marriage is marriage no matter if traditional or not that I have to provide a proof that I am no longer in marriage with my ex but could not produce it on that day, so i was asked to provide the divorce document Because I told her I have to go to court to request for it cause since the verdict was give I did not got go and collect the divorce papers yet cause my lawyer told e it wasn’t necessary then but I went to pick it up afterwards and I have it with me now. 

What date does it say the divorce was granted? Was it after your marriage to your current ‘wife’

 

Yes if a traditional marriage is valid in the eyes of your country and culture then it is married as far as immigration is concerned and has to have been terminated before marriage to a new person. If the first marriage was not terminated legally before the second marriage then the second marriage is not official or legal. 

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K-1 Met:2002 Dating :2003 I-129F Sent : 2013-06-01 I-129F NOA2 : 2013-08-20 Medical: 2013-12-20 Interview Date : 2014-01-22 POE: 2014-02-19 Wedding: 2014-03-18

AOS/EAD Date Filed : 2014-04-04 BioAppt: 2014-05-13 EAD in Production: 2014-07-08 Interview date: 2014-07-14 Green Card received: 2014-07-19

ROC Date Filed: 2016-04-26 Cheque Cashed: 2016-05-10 NOA1: 2016-04-28 Biometrics: 2016-06-30 Approved: 11-08-2016 Green Card Received: 11-18-2016

 

Citizenship Date Filed: 2017-04-18 Cheque Cashed: 2017-04-24- NOA1:2017-04-21  Biometrics: 2017-05-19 Inline: 2017-07-12 Interview Date: 2018-02-13 Oath: 2018-03-15

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11 minutes ago, Kabir Ishola said:

Thanks for your advice, at the time I applied for my B2 visa, I was married, and it was a traditional marriage and when my present wife filed for me, I made my lawyer understand that I was married traditionally but I doesn’t matter, that traditional marriages doesn’t count and that was the mistake from my lawyer. When I went for the interview, the consular made me understand that marriage is marriage no matter if traditional or not that I have to provide a proof that I am no longer in marriage with my ex but could not produce it on that day, so i was asked to provide the divorce document Because I told her I have to go to court to request for it cause since the verdict was give I did not got go and collect the divorce papers yet cause my lawyer told e it wasn’t necessary then but I went to pick it up afterwards and I have it with me now. 

Yeah this isn't going to go well at all. You are lucky that you were in fact traditionally married because many people try to list themselves as being married when in fact they are not in order to try and get a B2. You will have to find a way to get Legally divorced from the 1st wife and re-marry to your current wife, then file for the CR-1 again. 

1 minute ago, Illiria said:

What date does it say the divorce was granted? Was it after your marriage to your current ‘wife’

That's what I am thinking as well. 

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Just now, Illiria said:

What date does it say the divorce was granted? Was it after your marriage to your current ‘wife’

 

1 minute ago, Illiria said:

What date does it say the divorce was granted? Was it after your marriage to your current ‘wife’

Of course not, it was granted before my  marriage to my new wife 

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1 minute ago, Cyberfx1024 said:

You will have to find a way to get Legally divorced from the 1st wife and re-marry to your current wife, then file for the CR-1 again. 

Have seen it where had to divorce first wife, annul/divorce marriage to second wife because it was valid in eyes of where marriage took place but not immigration, and then remarry first wife. On the new spousal petition they will have to list all marriages and have documents supporting the creation and dissolution of each.

 

This is a very tangled web of issues but as you say at least there was some form of marriage to back up the claim in the visitor visa application, if there hadn’t been then this would be even more complicated. 


K-1 Met:2002 Dating :2003 I-129F Sent : 2013-06-01 I-129F NOA2 : 2013-08-20 Medical: 2013-12-20 Interview Date : 2014-01-22 POE: 2014-02-19 Wedding: 2014-03-18

AOS/EAD Date Filed : 2014-04-04 BioAppt: 2014-05-13 EAD in Production: 2014-07-08 Interview date: 2014-07-14 Green Card received: 2014-07-19

ROC Date Filed: 2016-04-26 Cheque Cashed: 2016-05-10 NOA1: 2016-04-28 Biometrics: 2016-06-30 Approved: 11-08-2016 Green Card Received: 11-18-2016

 

Citizenship Date Filed: 2017-04-18 Cheque Cashed: 2017-04-24- NOA1:2017-04-21  Biometrics: 2017-05-19 Inline: 2017-07-12 Interview Date: 2018-02-13 Oath: 2018-03-15

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1 minute ago, Kabir Ishola said:

 

Of course not, it was granted before my  marriage to my new wife 

Then you have to provide proof of that to the embassy in order for them to approve you. 

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