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Applying two times for same beneficiary

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We applied for the second time for a K1 visa

 

We applied for a K1 visa back in December 2017. We got our Noa2 around june and had a scheduled interview at the embassy. 

 

We had some family issues, so we did not continue the process, he my fiancé didn't made the medical, interview. The embassy returned the package to the USCIS. After taking and trying to reschedule the appoint we missed the 4 month period. 

We never broke up o anything like that, it was just not the moment to move to the US. I went to his country and stayed there, we have a son together (he is American) 

 

After taking to uscis the sent me letter saying that the first visa was done and if we want to we may apply from scratch. 

So that is what we did, already sent the package got our Noa1

 

My question is, I've recently read that we had to ask for a waiver? I've never thought that we had to, same petitioner and same beneficiary, we have a stable relationship for 3 years now 

I've sent with the package a letter sign explaining what happened and that this is our second time applying 

I'm just afraid to get a deniel or something!! 

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