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Other people’s experiences may not be ‘relevant’ as everybody’s case is different so it may not answer any questions that you have.

 

Was your K1 denied and are you trying to figure out what to do next or do you maybe have worries that your case has red flags that might cause a denial? Knowing your worries will help the members here on advising you how to overcome them.

 

The VJ community has very experienced members and you will get a better insight or better answers if you ask more specific questions. We are all here to help each other 💪🏻


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25 minutes ago, Daphne K said:

Other people’s experiences may not be ‘relevant’ as everybody’s case is different so it may not answer any questions that you have.

 

Was your K1 denied and are you trying to figure out what to do next or do you maybe have worries that your case has red flags that might cause a denial? Knowing your worries will help the members here on advising you how to overcome them.

 

The VJ community has very experienced members and you will get a better insight or better answers if you ask more specific questions. We are all here to help each other 💪🏻

No I didn't even get the noa2 yet but I'm just trying to see different experiences here maybe one of them matchs mine also so I won't do the same mistakes that those denied cases did ...not only for me but in general

 

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57 minutes ago, JFH said:

Why only from Algeria? The denial will have nothing to do with nationality. If you have a violent criminal record, for example, you will be denied wherever you are from in the world. 

There are few "high fraud nations" to get any kind of a us visa and sadly they put Algeria as one of them so it's different of course .... Some embassies are really hard

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57 minutes ago, Ems cns said:

There are few "high fraud nations" to get any kind of a us visa and sadly they put Algeria as one of them so it's different of course .... Some embassies are really hard

But each case is judged on its merits. Algeria is a “high fraud” embassy because....there are many fraudulent visa attempts. People marrying just for a green card, for example. Do you have any red flags in your case that could lead the officer to the conclusion that the relationship is not genuine? Do you have a large age gap? Are you of the same ethnicity and religion? How much time have you spent together? How quickly did you get engaged? Have you met each other’s extended family members? 

 

There’s no smoke without fire - these embassies are labeled “high fraud” because there are a lot of non-genuine cases there. It’s up to you to convince them that you are not one of them.


 

 

 

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If you filled out a timeline and others from Algeria filled out a timeline you could search the timelines!

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6 hours ago, JFH said:

But each case is judged on its merits. Algeria is a “high fraud” embassy because....there are many fraudulent visa attempts. People marrying just for a green card, for example. Do you have any red flags in your case that could lead the officer to the conclusion that the relationship is not genuine? Do you have a large age gap? Are you of the same ethnicity and religion? How much time have you spent together? How quickly did you get engaged? Have you met each other’s extended family members? 

 

There’s no smoke without fire - these embassies are labeled “high fraud” because there are a lot of non-genuine cases there. It’s up to you to convince them that you are not one of them.

I understand that some people only care about the green card yes and I don't blame the USCIS or the us embassies even tho it effects other 'innocent' couples as well ..

 

We've been officially in a relationship

since January 2017...

We met twice

She met my family here and we got engaged (November 2018)

We're the same age (she's only few months older)

Same religion (she converted here)

She has two lovely kids

It just I'm worried about the financial situation...my fiance doesn't work she's disabled and gets her SSI ... 😕

 

we finally found a co sponsor but still afraid of the denial because a Lot of people told me our case is hard

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3 minutes ago, Ems cns said:

I understand that some people only care about the green card yes and I don't blame the USCIS or the us embassies even tho it effects other 'innocent' couples as well ..

 

We've been officially in a relationship

since January 2017...

We met twice

She met my family here and we got engaged (November 2018)

We're the same age (she's only few months older)

Same religion (she converted here)

She has two lovely kids

It just I'm worried about the financial situation...my fiance doesn't work she's disabled and gets her SSI ... 😕

 

we finally found a co sponsor but still afraid of the denial because a Lot of people told me our case is hard

You won’t denied because of needing  a joint sponsor.  The assessment of the relationship as bonafide is the key. 

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Just now, Lil bear said:

You won’t denied because of needing  a joint sponsor.  The assessment of the relationship as bonafide is the key. 

The relationship is absolutely real

It just the us government usually takes financial stuff seriously 

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Just now, Ems cns said:

The relationship is absolutely real

It just the us government usually takes financial stuff seriously 

They take it all seriously. That’s why they require a financially appropriate sponsor and allow for a joint sponsor . 

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Laos is also a high fraud County.  My Fiancée K1 was denied at the Embassy in Vientiane,Laos.  Even though our relationship was pure, with a high fraud cases the CO denied it.  I know a few K1 case that was also denied a visa at the Embassy in Laos.  K1 is very hard to get approved in Laos.  Now waiting for our NOA2-CR1.

Good luck to you both!!

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3 hours ago, Lis Xyooj said:

Laos is also a high fraud County.  My Fiancée K1 was denied at the Embassy in Vientiane,Laos.  Even though our relationship was pure, with a high fraud cases the CO denied it.  I know a few K1 case that was also denied a visa at the Embassy in Laos.  K1 is very hard to get approved in Laos.  Now waiting for our NOA2-CR1.

Good luck to you both!!

Exactly what I was trying to say ... kinda sad but can u tell us what happened during the interview? Did the they tell you why the visa was denied?

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No the OC didn’t tell me the specifics of why it was denied.  He said thank you for coming to interview today according to the information you answered today and your proofs, I’m unable to give a VISA at this time.  I am not saying that ur case is a fraud but there has been many cases that have abused the system where they are just trying to get into the US.  If you want to continue this relationship, I advise you to apply for the I-130, Petition for Alien Relative(Spouse).  Not sure if it’s correct but I have heard that the K1 in Laos as been put on hold.  So anyone doing the K1 in Laos might have a small chance of getting a visa approved.  But every country is different.  So I decided to apply for the I-130- CR1.  Now just trying to waiting patiently..

Edited by Lis Xyooj

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