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Filing for a K1 visa in the past and now divorced

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I filed for a K1 visa (Jamaica) in the past and got approved, but now we are divorced. It's been 6 years since we got divorced. 

I'm curious about filing for another K1 visa for someone else from the same country (Jamaica). Would they deny since I've done it before? Has anybody had any experience with this type of situation? 

 

Thanks. 

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6 minutes ago, Onelove1977 said:

I filed for a K1 visa (Jamaica) in the past and got approved, but now we are divorced. It's been 6 years since we got divorced. 

I'm curious about filing for another K1 visa for someone else from the same country (Jamaica). Would they deny since I've done it before? Has anybody had any experience with this type of situation? 

 

Thanks. 

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YMMV

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52 minutes ago, Onelove1977 said:

I filed for a K1 visa (Jamaica) in the past and got approved, but now we are divorced. It's been 6 years since we got divorced. 

I'm curious about filing for another K1 visa for someone else from the same country (Jamaica). Would they deny since I've done it before? Has anybody had any experience with this type of situation? 

 

Thanks. 

This situation is not that uncommon. Similar questions are asked almost weekly. As a matter of fact, I think that there was a similar-themed question asked earlier this week. Suggest that you review several pages of forum postings, or use the forum Google search to find them.

 

Good luck on your immigration journey.


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I am a multi filer... previous K1 fiancee cheated before the interview and we broker up....  never went through it.  4 years later now....  My 2nd K1 just got approved 8/28.   We are now waiting for P3.

 

Things happen, so long as you have K1 intervals more than 2 years, and = or less than 2 applications, I dont think they scrutinize you.  IF 3 or more, you need waiver, thats when you are looked on more closely.


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5/22/19 - NOA1

 

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7 minutes ago, flfreddy said:

 IF 3 or more, you need waiver, thats when you are looked on more closely.

Do you have a source for this knowledge or opinion?  


YMMV

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Anytime its not normal, an extra pair of eyes will look.  Eg: Arrest - criminal specialist look.    YES on any other thing, that area specialist will take a look.  It could be electronic look and check off etc else RFE.     Attorney mentioned that.


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5/20/2019 - I129 Submitted

5/22/19 - NOA1

 

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