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My husband in the usa had a case after our marriage because his ex girlfriend file a domestic violence againts to my husband,but my husband didn't arrested and the case was dismissed, my question is ,could it be possible that my visa got denied because of that?

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My husband in the usa had a case after our marriage because his ex girlfriend file a domestic violence againts to my husband,but my husband didn't arrested and the case was dismissed, my question is ,could it be possible that my visa got denied because of that?

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Your visa is already denied? It could very well be the reason why it’s denied. What is the stated reason for denial?


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No one here can say that for sure. Domestic violence and human/narcotics trafficking are typically what kills an immigration procedure, so it is paramount to be completely open and transparant about it to not hurt your case. 
 

I don’t know the exact details of what is being asked about the petitioner,  but if questions about criminal history are being asked it’s better to volunteer too much information and for them to tell you it’s not relevant than for them to think you’re trying to hide it. I’m sure they’ll find out about it on their own. In fact, beneficiaries often are told about the criminal history of their intended life partner by the CO. 


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18 minutes ago, Chicklette said:

No, i mean can it be possible to get denied if the consul find out that my husband had a case before ? But the case was dismissed and he was not arrested .  

No, it shouldn't be denied. But he will have to disclose it and submit the paperwork showing the adjudication of that charge.

 

I was previously charged with a DV crime, it was dismissed, and we had no issue when I petitioned for my now wife then fiance 

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30 minutes ago, Cyberfx1024 said:

No, it shouldn't be denied. But he will have to disclose it and submit the paperwork showing the adjudication of that charge.

 

I was previously charged with a DV crime, it was dismissed, and we had no issue when I petitioned for my now wife then fiance 

In spouse cases, there are no questions about the petitioner's criminal record and no need to submit any paperwork regarding ANY charges except those falling under the Adam Walsh Act. (Sex crimes against a child)

 

This is a non issue for the foreign spouse's visa process. PERIOD.  Different for a fiance or fiancee.

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19 hours ago, Chicklette said:

My husband which is my petitioner is a filipino , we are both filipino and he is not yet a us citizen .

Then I hope you just posted in the wrong forum, and he didn't really file a CR1 petition for you. It should be F2A for you. 

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