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212 (a)(7)(a)(i)(i) visa was revoked

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What visa?

Did you get deny entry to the US? Bit more details would be nice. 


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Suspected immigration intent. You need to overcome that issue before you even consider applying for anything again. They think you are desperate to get into the USA - applying again very quickly will suggest that they were right to

assume that. 


 

 

 

 

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6 hours ago, Roel said:

What visa?

Did you get deny entry to the US? Bit more details would be nice. 

yes i was deny to entry to usa ,,because last time i over stay...should i can entry again ???

OR do i apply form i-212 or form i- 601 ?????

6 hours ago, Roel said:

What visa?

Did you get deny entry to the US? Bit more details would be nice. 

 

6 hours ago, JFH said:

Suspected immigration intent. You need to overcome that issue before you even consider applying for anything again. They think you are desperate to get into the USA - applying again very quickly will suggest that they were right to

assume that. 

yeah i know ...so when can i apply form i-212 OR i-601 ???

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@kenng8981

 

Are you asking if you can apply again or try to enter again? The sentence below is confusing.

2 hours ago, kenng8981 said:

yes i was deny to entry to usa ,,because last time i over stay...should i can entry again ???

 

If your visa was revoked for overstay then we would need more information.

 

How long did you overstay? How many months?

What is the timeline of events?

What country are you from?

Have you ever filed for any other visas?

 


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12 minutes ago, Unlockable said:

@kenng8981

 

Are you asking if you can apply again or try to enter again? The sentence below is confusing.

 

If your visa was revoked for overstay then we would need more information.

 

How long did you overstay? How many months?

What is the timeline of events?

What country are you from?

Have you ever filed for any other visas?

 

8 years and 6 months was over stay , i from malaysia  i not filed any other country visa ..

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12 minutes ago, kenng8981 said:

8 years and 6 months was over stay , i from malaysia  i not filed any other country visa ..

After over staying 8 years and 6mths you just left the us and then tried to re-enter? What visa was you trying to enter with.

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38 minutes ago, kenng8981 said:

correct after 8 years and 6 month tried to re- enter ,,the CBP stop me they check the computer they said i over stay ...and i used B1/B2 VISA

I'm sorry but it doesn't work like that. Not only was your visa revoked but you have incurred a 10 year ban. This mean that you won't be able to enter or get another visa for at least 10 years.

 

Now there are waivers for this, but you have to have a very compelling reason for the waiver to be approved. On what grounds would you need to re-enter the USA?


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15 minutes ago, Unlockable said:

I'm sorry but it doesn't work like that. Not only was your visa revoked but you have incurred a 10 year ban. This mean that you won't be able to enter or get another visa for at least 10 years.

 

Now there are waivers for this, but you have to have a very compelling reason for the waiver to be approved. On what grounds would you need to re-enter the USA? 

actually  i have a girl friend in new jersey  she is a citizen ..we planning this summer to marry..is this compeling reason

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19 minutes ago, kenng8981 said:

actually  i have a girl friend in new jersey  she is a citizen ..we planning this summer to marry..is this compeling reason

Your girlfriend could travel to your country and marry you, then file for I-130 spousal visa, then after the interview in your country, 14 months or so after filing the petition, you will be denied for the 10 year ban, then after that you can file a waiver for inadmissability, on the grounds of your wife suffering financial hardship or medical emergency with evidence, no guarantee that it will be approved, so she would have to be willing to risk that and move to live with you in your country if the waiver is denied.  All of this sounds unrealistic IMO, all of it is up to her and how much she wants to be with you.  A good attorney will also most likely be needed, lots of time, money, and patience with no way to predict the eventual outcome.

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12 hours ago, carmel34 said:

Your girlfriend could travel to your country and marry you, then file for I-130 spousal visa, then after the interview in your country, 14 months or so after filing the petition, you will be denied for the 10 year ban, then after that you can file a waiver for inadmissability, on the grounds of your wife suffering financial hardship or medical emergency with evidence, no guarantee that it will be approved, so she would have to be willing to risk that and move to live with you in your country if the waiver is denied.  All of this sounds unrealistic IMO, all of it is up to her and how much she wants to be with you.  A good attorney will also most likely be needed, lots of time, money, and patience with no way to predict the eventual outcome.

maybe i will apply the form i-130 first and tell her come to my country

 

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18 minutes ago, kenng8981 said:

maybe i will apply the form i-130 first and tell her come to my country

 

and how many years they will clear the computer record if i was ban 10 years ???????

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