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How does one cancel the K-1 visa process (specifically, while putting together Packet 3)?

 

My previous relationship fizzled and died while putting together Packet 3 a few months ago. I'm in a new relationship now and if things go Really Well, I might be wanting to start the K-1 process a second time (because I refuse to learn from past experience :).

 

For that previous Packet 3, the initial deadline was in November 2018 but I got an extension back then so, technically, it is still viable until November 2019. Do I have to do anything to "cancel" that first K-1 process, do I have to wait until November, or will it automatically die if I file a new I-129f with someone else? I recall there was some "Multiple Filer" stuff in the i-129f but it seemed to only pertain to criminal record issues (which, luckily, are not an issue here).

 

Any help or advice will be much appreciated. The thought of starting this whole thing again is daunting, but at least I know what to expect once it gets going.

 

~Thank you.

 

PS: I also think I recall reading about there being a limit of two I-129f applications (ever?).  That should not be an issue as this would be my second, and (one way or the other) I don't foresee  a third.

 

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You need a general waiver if it is less than 2 years since the previous I-129F was approved. If more than 2 years and no criminal history then no waiver required.

 

Maybe take a little longer to get to know each this time? 


 

 

 

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2 hours ago, x3n said:

 

 

PS: I also think I recall reading about there being a limit of two I-129f applications (ever?).  That should not be an issue as this would be my second, and (one way or the other) I don't foresee  a third.

 

There is no limits on I-129f application.  Sometimes they require a waiver some times they don't require a waiver, just depends the policy/instructions at the time when you file.

 

Good luck

 

 

Edited by Falcon Cara

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3 hours ago, adil-rafa said:

notify the embassy that,  you ,  the USC are cancelling the case

and to really cancel ,  don't send any supporting documents like your I 134 and supporting IRS returns

I would suggest that the USC also notify the USCIS service center, that initially processed the previous case, to cancel the case. 


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