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Cr1 denied
6:07 pm March 4, 2020

Ayoubsaid

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Hello

Where to begin. When I was 18 I was dumb and made the mistake of eloping. After a couple months me and the girl decided we had made a mistake. I moved over seas to Palestine and she stayed in America. While over seas we decided to start our divorce papers which took Roughly a year . During that time I had met another girl who lived in Palestine. After sometime we decided to get married. In Islamic culture before the wedding we do an official marriage contract. Which we did 2 months before our wedding. We got married and lived in Palestine for a year together before deciding to start her cr1 visa application. Everything went smoothly, we had our interview ,co said everything was fine but we were missing documents. He advised us to send the missing documents as well as her passport back to the embassy and they would issue a visa. Fast forward to today and we received her passport back saying her papers will be sent back to uscis under ina 212 a 5. Upon searching that code I discovered it was a code regarding work, which she wasn t going to do because her occupation is a homemaker. So I decided to email the embassy and this what they sent back Thank you for contacting us. The refusal code you see on the refusal sheet pertains to your case, in which it was found that the relationship between you and the applicant is not valid for immigration purposes. Specifically, it was found that you were still married to your first spouse when you contracted with your current one. As a result, we are returning the petition to the USCIS for further action and possible revocation. If USCIS determines that the information we are providing would provide a sufficient foundation for initiating revocation proceedings, it will send the petitioner a notice of intent to revoke that includes a statement of the facts and evidence, and you will have the opportunity to respond.

So after receiving this I decided to check the date on my divorce paper and new marriage certificate and BAM there s a 5 day difference. I never thought to check the dates the whole divorce situation happened while I was overseas. When I got married overseas to my knowledge my divorce had already been processed but boy was I wrong. What do I do now. I am fully divorced and happily married To my wife. Please any help would be appreciated.

Divore date October 26 2017

Current: October 22 2017



 
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Wrong name on green card?
11:16 pm February 21, 2020

Béchameloo



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I got my green card today, and my first and last name are correct.

Keep in mind that my middle name is two initials in the format of (First A B Last), and my green card only has my first initial, so it says

Last name: Last

Given name: First A

while all my other documents have: First A B Last

Is this a problem? or is that how middle names are put on green cards? I heard they kinda struggle with double middle names.. any input is appreciated, thank you



 
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Refused visa status
5:12 am February 8, 2020

Ayoubsaid

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Hello
After having my interview in Jerusalem in November I thought everything was smooth. We were told everything was fine. We were given a form 221g and told to send the required documents as well as my souses passport. We gathered all the documents and passport and sent it to them. It s been over 2 months and no word. I recently found out I can check the status of the visa. So I checked it and It has a refused status. Devastating news. I didn t know if it was refused because the documents haven t been updated yet or because something was wrong. So I decided to email the embassy to find out what was going on. After a couple days I received this response

Dear Sir,

Section 221(g) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) prohibits a consular officer from issuing a visa to an alien if the consular officer has reason to believe that the alien is ineligible. Based on indications that your petition contains inaccurate information, we are returning it to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for review and possible revocation. If USCIS determines that the information we are providing would provide a sufficient foundation for initiating revocation proceedings, it will send the petitioner a notice of intent to revoke that includes a statement of the facts and evidence, and you will have the opportunity to respond. Under INA 222(f), which addresses the confidentiality of visa records, we are unable to provide any further information.

We did not provide any inaccurate information. I m just wondering why they would make us send her passport in only for them to keep it with them for months and tell us it was refused? At the embassy the interviewer told her everything is fine and once we receive the documents we ll send your passport and visa back in the mail. Please someone help me!



 
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How do I submit letter of domicile?
7:40 pm February 3, 2020

aabd1987

Aabd1987

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Hello everyone! So I want to ask about how to submit the letter of domicile. Should I put each supporting document in the same PDF as the actual letter, or each in a separate PDF?
Thanks a trillion!!!



 
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International Degree/Transcripts Equivalency
12:25 am January 8, 2020

Béchameloo



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Hello,

I have BA in Accounting and finance from a University outside the USA, and I am soon looking to start searching for jobs since I'll be legally able to work.

Are there certain customs and norms employers expect from international degree holders to provide? Like translation and whatnot? Or anything else so that my degrees are properly accepted by US employers?

Anything would help if you have any facts, opinions or stories to share!

Thanks



 
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