I don't know if I am in the proper place because I am moving so quickly. This is my 2nd I130 for my spouse. My spouse over 10 years ago applied for a tourist visa (non-immigrant visa) and provided a fake marriage license (wife does not exist, nor does her country ID#) My 1st I130 was denied because my husband sent him a sworn statement that he had never been married before and the attorney sent it (Lord knows why as we know that is just like a notary) so he was denied. I hired a new attorney, explained my situation, gave him 2 court letters sealed/signed where a judge said my husband had never been married in his country before, also same letter from his town judge. The new attorney submitted this, did not say anything. He also unlike the first attorney said proof of bonafide married like pictures, receipts, affidavits etc were not needed at this stage.
Friday, I get the same thing...a Notice of Intent to deny. This one (unlike last time) asked me for a sworn statement as to wife I did not say he was married on the application. It asked for all proof of bonafide marriage and AGAIN, a divorce decree. You cannot divorce someone you did not marry, no records of it, she does exist. So I don't know what else I need? Anyone heard of this before?
All attorneys I consulted with said that we would get through the I130 with a letter from the judges and then 50/50 chance of a waiver 601.
Anyone else been through this.......My husband admits his stupidity, his older sister made this, he just wanted to come visit a brother he had not seen in years.