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K1 petition sent back to USCIS, don't understand the email sent to me.

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I got a Termination Notice dated Aug 1st, which states that all USCIS action is done as of the date on letter, due to petition being expired. 


I called USCIS and the representative said it is still showing as being reviewed and she put in a request for them to email me an update of where our petition sits. I received this today and am unable to call USCIS due to working. Could anyone explain what this means? Security checks, wouldn't they have done that for me while it was in USCIS possession and for her when she did her background in her country? 


Thank you for any help with this. 


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1 hour ago, payxibka said:

Doesn't change the responses you have already received.   They do not reaffirm i129f petitions 

I can understand that, we just want to refile, but why the hassle of it all? If I have received a termination notice about a week and a half ago, wouldn't case status online be updated to show that? Instead of reps telling me the termination notice was most likely from when the dept of state sent it to USCIS. 


And wouldn't the USCIS rep be able to see online that everything is done and not still in review? Even they keep saying to hold off on resubmitting until everything is done.  


This is why I come here, because it's just more confusion consistently. Stress and confusion, and I can't get a straight answer from them on what is going on. And if they could just tell me "ok we are done" , instead of them having it and doing some sort of security check to proceed now. 

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We had Our K1 denied at her interview he said we didn't have enough proof of our relationship being valid.  I tried contacting USCIS, the embassy that we had the interview at, etc. They all just blow smoke.  until they send the termination letter, however they did update online but it took them awhile.  Now we got married and have submitted the CR1.  Best of luck, I feel your pain and stress.

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