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    Linds&Youssef reacted to maria betances in N-400 September 2016 Filers   
    can someone please update my timeline for reason it keep getting delete it. USER NAME MARIABETANCES 
    INTERVIEW LETTER RECEIVE ON MARCH 27 INTERVIEW DATE APRIL 20
     
    THANK YOU  
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    Linds&Youssef reacted to KASH2011 in I-751 August 2015 Filers   
    Congrats!
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    Linds&Youssef got a reaction from SaharaSunset in I got a call from consulate   
    This seems like the exact same question I just answered last week... I explicitly listed out the reasons one can get denied a K-1 petition. Just because you ask the question in different words doesn't mean you'll get a different answer. My statement to you was, based on the form you shared with us last week, the reason had to either be because they think you could be a threat to the US government or its citizens, or that they don't believe your relationship is legitimate. Since i don't know your entire story, I'm going to base my assessment on what I've seen you write on VJ.com. Again, only you can know for sure what your situation is, but to me it looks like they think you're only after a green card, and that your relationship isn't legitimate. You've given them plenty of reasons to think this, based only on what you've shared here on VJ.com (not including what you haven't shared with us here on the site). Some of these include:

    staring at the CO's breasts during interview
    having a significant age gap between you and your SO
    her being outside of child-baring age range (I think that you said this is the case, anyway)
    the fact that you're clearly much more interested in applying for this visa than she is in helping you apply
    The apparent disinterest that is shown by you to your SO
    These are just the ones I can think of off of the top of my head.

    I'm not saying your relationship isn't legit (there's no way for me to know that). But based on what I know of your case, I'm not convinced you've got the real thing, and I'm not even trained to ferret out fake relationships. Just sayin'
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    Linds&Youssef got a reaction from kimsue in I got a call from consulate   
    This seems like the exact same question I just answered last week... I explicitly listed out the reasons one can get denied a K-1 petition. Just because you ask the question in different words doesn't mean you'll get a different answer. My statement to you was, based on the form you shared with us last week, the reason had to either be because they think you could be a threat to the US government or its citizens, or that they don't believe your relationship is legitimate. Since i don't know your entire story, I'm going to base my assessment on what I've seen you write on VJ.com. Again, only you can know for sure what your situation is, but to me it looks like they think you're only after a green card, and that your relationship isn't legitimate. You've given them plenty of reasons to think this, based only on what you've shared here on VJ.com (not including what you haven't shared with us here on the site). Some of these include:

    staring at the CO's breasts during interview
    having a significant age gap between you and your SO
    her being outside of child-baring age range (I think that you said this is the case, anyway)
    the fact that you're clearly much more interested in applying for this visa than she is in helping you apply
    The apparent disinterest that is shown by you to your SO
    These are just the ones I can think of off of the top of my head.

    I'm not saying your relationship isn't legit (there's no way for me to know that). But based on what I know of your case, I'm not convinced you've got the real thing, and I'm not even trained to ferret out fake relationships. Just sayin'
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    Linds&Youssef got a reaction from kristen_maroc in I got an email from consulate.   
    Zagray, you can do a bit of deductive reasoning on the letter the Consulate sent you. There are only a handful of reasons you can be denied a fiance visa:
    *you have a communicable disease
    *you run the risk of becoming a burden on the US government
    *you've been found guilty of a heinous crime (murder, rape, human trafficking, arms trafficking, drug trafficking, racketeering, etc.)
    *you are associated with a known terrorist organization or you appear to intend harm to the citizens or government of the US
    *your relationship is not (or appears not to be) legitimate
    Since the document you received doesn't have check marks next to the ones about communicable disease or becoming a burden on the US government, I'd have to assume that they either found something in your background that makes them think you wouldn't be a law-abiding resident or that your relationship is fake. Only you know your history. I can't answer for you what the problem is because it's something only you know. If you don't have a criminal record of any kind and you don't appear to have potential for terrorist acts, then I'd say the problem lies in the appearance (or lack thereof) of a legitimate fiance(e) relationship. If that's the case, then you will need to find more convincing evidence of your relationship's sincerity before applying again. Otherwise, the others are right: you'll just be denied all over again.
    On another note, it does seem somewhat suspicious that your fiancee doesn't appear interested in taking this process seriously enough to do her own research.... perhaps that, in itself, is a red flag? Hope this helps...
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    Linds&Youssef got a reaction from 100% Al Ahly Fan in I got a call from consulate   
    This seems like the exact same question I just answered last week... I explicitly listed out the reasons one can get denied a K-1 petition. Just because you ask the question in different words doesn't mean you'll get a different answer. My statement to you was, based on the form you shared with us last week, the reason had to either be because they think you could be a threat to the US government or its citizens, or that they don't believe your relationship is legitimate. Since i don't know your entire story, I'm going to base my assessment on what I've seen you write on VJ.com. Again, only you can know for sure what your situation is, but to me it looks like they think you're only after a green card, and that your relationship isn't legitimate. You've given them plenty of reasons to think this, based only on what you've shared here on VJ.com (not including what you haven't shared with us here on the site). Some of these include:

    staring at the CO's breasts during interview
    having a significant age gap between you and your SO
    her being outside of child-baring age range (I think that you said this is the case, anyway)
    the fact that you're clearly much more interested in applying for this visa than she is in helping you apply
    The apparent disinterest that is shown by you to your SO
    These are just the ones I can think of off of the top of my head.

    I'm not saying your relationship isn't legit (there's no way for me to know that). But based on what I know of your case, I'm not convinced you've got the real thing, and I'm not even trained to ferret out fake relationships. Just sayin'
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    Linds&Youssef got a reaction from R and F in I got a call from consulate   
    This seems like the exact same question I just answered last week... I explicitly listed out the reasons one can get denied a K-1 petition. Just because you ask the question in different words doesn't mean you'll get a different answer. My statement to you was, based on the form you shared with us last week, the reason had to either be because they think you could be a threat to the US government or its citizens, or that they don't believe your relationship is legitimate. Since i don't know your entire story, I'm going to base my assessment on what I've seen you write on VJ.com. Again, only you can know for sure what your situation is, but to me it looks like they think you're only after a green card, and that your relationship isn't legitimate. You've given them plenty of reasons to think this, based only on what you've shared here on VJ.com (not including what you haven't shared with us here on the site). Some of these include:

    staring at the CO's breasts during interview
    having a significant age gap between you and your SO
    her being outside of child-baring age range (I think that you said this is the case, anyway)
    the fact that you're clearly much more interested in applying for this visa than she is in helping you apply
    The apparent disinterest that is shown by you to your SO
    These are just the ones I can think of off of the top of my head.

    I'm not saying your relationship isn't legit (there's no way for me to know that). But based on what I know of your case, I'm not convinced you've got the real thing, and I'm not even trained to ferret out fake relationships. Just sayin'
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    Linds&Youssef got a reaction from Peace.... in I got a call from consulate   
    This seems like the exact same question I just answered last week... I explicitly listed out the reasons one can get denied a K-1 petition. Just because you ask the question in different words doesn't mean you'll get a different answer. My statement to you was, based on the form you shared with us last week, the reason had to either be because they think you could be a threat to the US government or its citizens, or that they don't believe your relationship is legitimate. Since i don't know your entire story, I'm going to base my assessment on what I've seen you write on VJ.com. Again, only you can know for sure what your situation is, but to me it looks like they think you're only after a green card, and that your relationship isn't legitimate. You've given them plenty of reasons to think this, based only on what you've shared here on VJ.com (not including what you haven't shared with us here on the site). Some of these include:

    staring at the CO's breasts during interview
    having a significant age gap between you and your SO
    her being outside of child-baring age range (I think that you said this is the case, anyway)
    the fact that you're clearly much more interested in applying for this visa than she is in helping you apply
    The apparent disinterest that is shown by you to your SO
    These are just the ones I can think of off of the top of my head.

    I'm not saying your relationship isn't legit (there's no way for me to know that). But based on what I know of your case, I'm not convinced you've got the real thing, and I'm not even trained to ferret out fake relationships. Just sayin'
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    Linds&Youssef got a reaction from Darnell in I got a call from consulate   
    This seems like the exact same question I just answered last week... I explicitly listed out the reasons one can get denied a K-1 petition. Just because you ask the question in different words doesn't mean you'll get a different answer. My statement to you was, based on the form you shared with us last week, the reason had to either be because they think you could be a threat to the US government or its citizens, or that they don't believe your relationship is legitimate. Since i don't know your entire story, I'm going to base my assessment on what I've seen you write on VJ.com. Again, only you can know for sure what your situation is, but to me it looks like they think you're only after a green card, and that your relationship isn't legitimate. You've given them plenty of reasons to think this, based only on what you've shared here on VJ.com (not including what you haven't shared with us here on the site). Some of these include:

    staring at the CO's breasts during interview
    having a significant age gap between you and your SO
    her being outside of child-baring age range (I think that you said this is the case, anyway)
    the fact that you're clearly much more interested in applying for this visa than she is in helping you apply
    The apparent disinterest that is shown by you to your SO
    These are just the ones I can think of off of the top of my head.

    I'm not saying your relationship isn't legit (there's no way for me to know that). But based on what I know of your case, I'm not convinced you've got the real thing, and I'm not even trained to ferret out fake relationships. Just sayin'
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    Linds&Youssef got a reaction from Asia in I got a call from consulate   
    This seems like the exact same question I just answered last week... I explicitly listed out the reasons one can get denied a K-1 petition. Just because you ask the question in different words doesn't mean you'll get a different answer. My statement to you was, based on the form you shared with us last week, the reason had to either be because they think you could be a threat to the US government or its citizens, or that they don't believe your relationship is legitimate. Since i don't know your entire story, I'm going to base my assessment on what I've seen you write on VJ.com. Again, only you can know for sure what your situation is, but to me it looks like they think you're only after a green card, and that your relationship isn't legitimate. You've given them plenty of reasons to think this, based only on what you've shared here on VJ.com (not including what you haven't shared with us here on the site). Some of these include:

    staring at the CO's breasts during interview
    having a significant age gap between you and your SO
    her being outside of child-baring age range (I think that you said this is the case, anyway)
    the fact that you're clearly much more interested in applying for this visa than she is in helping you apply
    The apparent disinterest that is shown by you to your SO
    These are just the ones I can think of off of the top of my head.

    I'm not saying your relationship isn't legit (there's no way for me to know that). But based on what I know of your case, I'm not convinced you've got the real thing, and I'm not even trained to ferret out fake relationships. Just sayin'
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    Linds&Youssef got a reaction from PalestineMyHeart in I got a call from consulate   
    This seems like the exact same question I just answered last week... I explicitly listed out the reasons one can get denied a K-1 petition. Just because you ask the question in different words doesn't mean you'll get a different answer. My statement to you was, based on the form you shared with us last week, the reason had to either be because they think you could be a threat to the US government or its citizens, or that they don't believe your relationship is legitimate. Since i don't know your entire story, I'm going to base my assessment on what I've seen you write on VJ.com. Again, only you can know for sure what your situation is, but to me it looks like they think you're only after a green card, and that your relationship isn't legitimate. You've given them plenty of reasons to think this, based only on what you've shared here on VJ.com (not including what you haven't shared with us here on the site). Some of these include:

    staring at the CO's breasts during interview
    having a significant age gap between you and your SO
    her being outside of child-baring age range (I think that you said this is the case, anyway)
    the fact that you're clearly much more interested in applying for this visa than she is in helping you apply
    The apparent disinterest that is shown by you to your SO
    These are just the ones I can think of off of the top of my head.

    I'm not saying your relationship isn't legit (there's no way for me to know that). But based on what I know of your case, I'm not convinced you've got the real thing, and I'm not even trained to ferret out fake relationships. Just sayin'
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    Linds&Youssef got a reaction from N-o-l-a in I got a call from consulate   
    This seems like the exact same question I just answered last week... I explicitly listed out the reasons one can get denied a K-1 petition. Just because you ask the question in different words doesn't mean you'll get a different answer. My statement to you was, based on the form you shared with us last week, the reason had to either be because they think you could be a threat to the US government or its citizens, or that they don't believe your relationship is legitimate. Since i don't know your entire story, I'm going to base my assessment on what I've seen you write on VJ.com. Again, only you can know for sure what your situation is, but to me it looks like they think you're only after a green card, and that your relationship isn't legitimate. You've given them plenty of reasons to think this, based only on what you've shared here on VJ.com (not including what you haven't shared with us here on the site). Some of these include:

    staring at the CO's breasts during interview
    having a significant age gap between you and your SO
    her being outside of child-baring age range (I think that you said this is the case, anyway)
    the fact that you're clearly much more interested in applying for this visa than she is in helping you apply
    The apparent disinterest that is shown by you to your SO
    These are just the ones I can think of off of the top of my head.

    I'm not saying your relationship isn't legit (there's no way for me to know that). But based on what I know of your case, I'm not convinced you've got the real thing, and I'm not even trained to ferret out fake relationships. Just sayin'
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    Linds&Youssef got a reaction from rade2rising in I got an email from consulate.   
    Zagray, you can do a bit of deductive reasoning on the letter the Consulate sent you. There are only a handful of reasons you can be denied a fiance visa:
    *you have a communicable disease
    *you run the risk of becoming a burden on the US government
    *you've been found guilty of a heinous crime (murder, rape, human trafficking, arms trafficking, drug trafficking, racketeering, etc.)
    *you are associated with a known terrorist organization or you appear to intend harm to the citizens or government of the US
    *your relationship is not (or appears not to be) legitimate
    Since the document you received doesn't have check marks next to the ones about communicable disease or becoming a burden on the US government, I'd have to assume that they either found something in your background that makes them think you wouldn't be a law-abiding resident or that your relationship is fake. Only you know your history. I can't answer for you what the problem is because it's something only you know. If you don't have a criminal record of any kind and you don't appear to have potential for terrorist acts, then I'd say the problem lies in the appearance (or lack thereof) of a legitimate fiance(e) relationship. If that's the case, then you will need to find more convincing evidence of your relationship's sincerity before applying again. Otherwise, the others are right: you'll just be denied all over again.
    On another note, it does seem somewhat suspicious that your fiancee doesn't appear interested in taking this process seriously enough to do her own research.... perhaps that, in itself, is a red flag? Hope this helps...
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    Linds&Youssef got a reaction from Asia in I got an email from consulate.   
    Zagray, you can do a bit of deductive reasoning on the letter the Consulate sent you. There are only a handful of reasons you can be denied a fiance visa:
    *you have a communicable disease
    *you run the risk of becoming a burden on the US government
    *you've been found guilty of a heinous crime (murder, rape, human trafficking, arms trafficking, drug trafficking, racketeering, etc.)
    *you are associated with a known terrorist organization or you appear to intend harm to the citizens or government of the US
    *your relationship is not (or appears not to be) legitimate
    Since the document you received doesn't have check marks next to the ones about communicable disease or becoming a burden on the US government, I'd have to assume that they either found something in your background that makes them think you wouldn't be a law-abiding resident or that your relationship is fake. Only you know your history. I can't answer for you what the problem is because it's something only you know. If you don't have a criminal record of any kind and you don't appear to have potential for terrorist acts, then I'd say the problem lies in the appearance (or lack thereof) of a legitimate fiance(e) relationship. If that's the case, then you will need to find more convincing evidence of your relationship's sincerity before applying again. Otherwise, the others are right: you'll just be denied all over again.
    On another note, it does seem somewhat suspicious that your fiancee doesn't appear interested in taking this process seriously enough to do her own research.... perhaps that, in itself, is a red flag? Hope this helps...
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    Linds&Youssef got a reaction from MedRoni in I got an email from consulate.   
    Zagray, you can do a bit of deductive reasoning on the letter the Consulate sent you. There are only a handful of reasons you can be denied a fiance visa:
    *you have a communicable disease
    *you run the risk of becoming a burden on the US government
    *you've been found guilty of a heinous crime (murder, rape, human trafficking, arms trafficking, drug trafficking, racketeering, etc.)
    *you are associated with a known terrorist organization or you appear to intend harm to the citizens or government of the US
    *your relationship is not (or appears not to be) legitimate
    Since the document you received doesn't have check marks next to the ones about communicable disease or becoming a burden on the US government, I'd have to assume that they either found something in your background that makes them think you wouldn't be a law-abiding resident or that your relationship is fake. Only you know your history. I can't answer for you what the problem is because it's something only you know. If you don't have a criminal record of any kind and you don't appear to have potential for terrorist acts, then I'd say the problem lies in the appearance (or lack thereof) of a legitimate fiance(e) relationship. If that's the case, then you will need to find more convincing evidence of your relationship's sincerity before applying again. Otherwise, the others are right: you'll just be denied all over again.
    On another note, it does seem somewhat suspicious that your fiancee doesn't appear interested in taking this process seriously enough to do her own research.... perhaps that, in itself, is a red flag? Hope this helps...
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    Linds&Youssef reacted to sandinista! in I got an email from consulate.   
    Talk about snatching defeat from the jaws of victory...
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    Linds&Youssef got a reaction from PalestineMyHeart in I got an email from consulate.   
    Zagray, you can do a bit of deductive reasoning on the letter the Consulate sent you. There are only a handful of reasons you can be denied a fiance visa:
    *you have a communicable disease
    *you run the risk of becoming a burden on the US government
    *you've been found guilty of a heinous crime (murder, rape, human trafficking, arms trafficking, drug trafficking, racketeering, etc.)
    *you are associated with a known terrorist organization or you appear to intend harm to the citizens or government of the US
    *your relationship is not (or appears not to be) legitimate
    Since the document you received doesn't have check marks next to the ones about communicable disease or becoming a burden on the US government, I'd have to assume that they either found something in your background that makes them think you wouldn't be a law-abiding resident or that your relationship is fake. Only you know your history. I can't answer for you what the problem is because it's something only you know. If you don't have a criminal record of any kind and you don't appear to have potential for terrorist acts, then I'd say the problem lies in the appearance (or lack thereof) of a legitimate fiance(e) relationship. If that's the case, then you will need to find more convincing evidence of your relationship's sincerity before applying again. Otherwise, the others are right: you'll just be denied all over again.
    On another note, it does seem somewhat suspicious that your fiancee doesn't appear interested in taking this process seriously enough to do her own research.... perhaps that, in itself, is a red flag? Hope this helps...
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    Linds&Youssef got a reaction from Tahlisha in Cheapest airline tickets????   
    Well... this is the Morocco forum...
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    Linds&Youssef got a reaction from Krikit in Lesson Well Learned   
    In my opinion, the questions you thought were hard are questions to which you should know the answers if your relationship is legitimate. I don't believe you'd have been issued a 221g just for wrong paperwork. They'd have told you to bring the correct forms in before they can finalize processing your application. It sounds to me like you've received the 221g because the CO didn't believe in the legitimacy of your relationship. My guess is you won't get another interview for quite some time.
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    Linds&Youssef got a reaction from Tayri n Tudert in Lesson Well Learned   
    In my opinion, the questions you thought were hard are questions to which you should know the answers if your relationship is legitimate. I don't believe you'd have been issued a 221g just for wrong paperwork. They'd have told you to bring the correct forms in before they can finalize processing your application. It sounds to me like you've received the 221g because the CO didn't believe in the legitimacy of your relationship. My guess is you won't get another interview for quite some time.
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    Linds&Youssef reacted to Amber & Ahmed in Lesson Well Learned   
    Look Zagray since you came to VJ I knew there was something off about you. They way you claim to love your old lady yet try to sneak in little flirty comments. The way you attack people that tried to help you. I m not one of your fan club members and never will be. I just pray for the older lady you have duped into getting you the willly wonka golden ticket.
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    Linds&Youssef reacted to Mithra in Lesson Well Learned   
    While yes, many if not most men will check out females other than their wife or fiancee, it's unnecessary to share this fact with everyone. That's not being honest, it's being uncouth and piggish for lack of a better word. If your fiancee finds it cute then share it with her, only. The rest of us don't want to hear the details of your wandering eyes. Nor do we appreciate the comments about women smelling like blood? That's pretty repulsive and quite insulting.
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    Linds&Youssef got a reaction from SarAyouBliss in We Got the VISA!!!   
    Today we went and picked up our K-1 fiance visa from the Casablanca US Consulate... it's official... houbi's coming to America!! He'll probably be here in November. For any who are interested, I just posted a pretty detailed review in the Casa Consulate review section. Feel free to ask questions if there's something I haven't covered. Best of luck to you all!!
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    Linds&Youssef got a reaction from nicky&imad in We Got the VISA!!!   
    Today we went and picked up our K-1 fiance visa from the Casablanca US Consulate... it's official... houbi's coming to America!! He'll probably be here in November. For any who are interested, I just posted a pretty detailed review in the Casa Consulate review section. Feel free to ask questions if there's something I haven't covered. Best of luck to you all!!
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    Linds&Youssef got a reaction from mounir412 in We Got the VISA!!!   
    Today we went and picked up our K-1 fiance visa from the Casablanca US Consulate... it's official... houbi's coming to America!! He'll probably be here in November. For any who are interested, I just posted a pretty detailed review in the Casa Consulate review section. Feel free to ask questions if there's something I haven't covered. Best of luck to you all!!
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