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I just got the request for additional evidence from uscis about my previous k1 happened within 2 years ago. The point is the current k1 i still applied for SAME person. We had trouble with new life together when we first lived together after the first K1. Then she left usa before the expired date and we didn’t get married. After that, I felt regretful to let her go so I convinced her to come back and i have been applying for the 2nd k1 for her. Now they ask me the waiver for this action and more evidence of relationship even i sent tons of images, gifts bills, engagement ring bill, messages, air tickets,.... I am not sure whether the previous k1 can affect our 2nd k1 even though I apply k1 for ONLY her until now. 

Anyone has experience.Plssssss help!

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10 hours ago, NANAQUEEN said:

They ask for the waver of multiple limitations applying for k1 and evidence of relationship

It makes sense they would want more evidence of your relationship, if you cancelled and then re-filed a petition for the same fiance.  You decided not to marry, but now want to - why?

 

And the multiple filer waiver is required even if both filings were for the same beneficiary.

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You just write a short letter requesting a waiver for filing two petitions within two years.


Not a newbie but lost my old info years ago) I have been through this process before --all the way through naturalization-- This site has always been a great help to me. 

 

 

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On 8/10/2019 at 5:07 PM, Jorgedig said:

It makes sense they would want more evidence of your relationship, if you cancelled and then re-filed a petition for the same fiance.  You decided not to marry, but now want to - why?

 

 

Not necessarily true.  USCIS is very objective in their decision making process.   The I129f approval process is literally a compliance checklist - are you free to marry, have you met within 2 years, etc, etc.   You meet the requirements of the checklist and your petition will be approved and sent to the embassy for the ability of the beneficiary to apply for a K1 visa.  The embassy at the interview might want to know why a couple decided not to marry the first time but have changed their mind now, but USCIS doesnt make judgment calls on the validity or whether a relationship is bonafide.   Just send them what they are asking for but be prepared for more questions at the embassy stage.

 

Edited by GP1977

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38 minutes ago, GP1977 said:

Not necessarily true.  USCIS is very objective in their decision making process.   The I129f approval process is literally a compliance checklist - are you free to marry, have you met within 2 years, etc, etc.   You meet the requirements of the checklist and your petition will be approved and sent to the embassy for the ability of the beneficiary to apply for a K1 visa.  The embassy at the interview might want to know why a couple decided not to marry the first time but have changed their mind now, but USCIS doesnt make judgment calls on the validity or whether a relationship is bonafide.   Just send them what they are asking for but be prepared for more questions at the embassy stage.

 

You’re refuting the facts of the OP’s case? USCIS DID in fact ask for more relationship evidence, as per the OP.  I didn’t make that up.

 

I was reiterating that in light of this being a  multiple filing situation, it attracted more scrutiny.

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8 minutes ago, Jorgedig said:

You’re refuting the facts of the OP’s case? USCIS DID in fact ask for more relationship evidence, as per the OP.  I didn’t make that up.

 

I was reiterating that in light of this being a  multiple filing situation, it attracted more scrutiny.

Ok I will make this easy for you. 

 

Show me one instance of an i129f petition where Uscis makes a judgment call on the validity of s relationship or whether it’s bonafode.

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Just now, GP1977 said:

Ok I will make this easy for you. 

 

Show me one instance of an i129f petition where Uscis makes a judgment call on the validity of s relationship or whether it’s bonafode.

No need for your snark.  I was simple going by what the OP stated was requested from USCIS.

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Short of seeing the exact wording on the RFE we are at the mercy of the OPs interpretation which is likely mis-characterized 

Edited by payxibka

YMMV

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