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   Unfortunately my fiancé has ended our relationship, so I assume now I need to withdraw the K1 petition.  We were at the point of scheduling the interview.  Does anyone know what steps I need to take?  Just notify the embassy that we won’t be continuing with the interview, etc.?

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3 minutes ago, virgie6810 said:

   Unfortunately my fiancé has ended our relationship, so I assume now I need to withdraw the K1 petition.  We were at the point of scheduling the interview.  Does anyone know what steps I need to take?  Just notify the embassy that we won’t be continuing with the interview, etc.?

Yes


YMMV

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1 hour ago, Terrell USA said:

I hope you didn't send her a bunch of money over the months. Fraud is so bad in Africa. Can't trust them. 

This doesn't answer the question asked.

 

OP: Notify the consulate via email.



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To avoid any potential future repercussions, I would suggest that you, the petitioner, craft a visa withdrawal letter, short and sweet.  Send a copy to the interviewing embassy/consulate and a copy to the servicing USCIS service center. In it I would reference your DOS casefile number,  your USCIS reference number, and the name of your ex-beneficiary. I would include a brief statement explaining your current relationship situation, and your request for withdrawal from further consideration or advancement of this visa application.  This withdrawal is final, and cannot be changed, reinstated, or appealed. In your letter to USCIS, I would likely include a copy of your I-129F visa application approval letter (NOA2) for reference. I would likely email the letter to the interviewing embassy/consulate, and mail the letter with attachments to the USCIS service center first class, return receipt requested.

 

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On 5/15/2019 at 9:53 PM, virgie6810 said:

   Unfortunately my fiancé has ended our relationship, so I assume now I need to withdraw the K1 petition.  We were at the point of scheduling the interview.  Does anyone know what steps I need to take?  Just notify the embassy that we won’t be continuing with the interview, etc.?

I am so sorry to hear that. I can’t even imagine. I wish you the best. Stay strong.

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