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  1. mackad93

    K1 visa cancelled. can I still use my B1/B2 visa?

    well it is really frustrating because I emailed embassy about it in October and that was their response " Thank you for your email. The validity period of a visa relates to the period of time in which the visa holder can travel to a United States Port of Entry to apply for admission. The visa validity period does not determine the length of stay, and the visa does not need to be valid for the entire length of stay. If a visa states ‘M’ then this refers to multiple entry, indicating that the holder may travel to a U.S. Port of Entry to apply for admission while the visa remains valid, provided that the purpose of travel is consistent with the classification of visa. Please visit our website at https://uk.usembassy.gov/visas/visa-directory/ for information about visa classifications and https://uk.usembassy.gov/visas/non-immigrant-visa-faqs/ for additional information about visa validity, including about additional requirements if the visa is in an expired passport. Please be aware that the final determination on each individual’s eligibility for admission to the United States is a matter for U.S. immigration officials at the Port of Entry. No assurances can be given in advance." and today I called them I tried to get some information but I've been told that I can only email about this and people who are reading these emails can look through my files so I e-mailed again and they replied quite quickly sending exactly the same " ready to send " answer : " Thank you for your email. If a visa states ‘M’ then this refers to multiple entry, indicating that the holder may travel to a U.S. Port of Entry to apply for admission while the visa remains valid, provided that the purpose of travel is consistent with the classification of visa. Please visit our website at https://uk.usembassy.gov/visas/visa-directory/ for information about visa classifications and https://uk.usembassy.gov/visas/non-immigrant-visa-faqs/ for further information about visa validity, including about additional requirements if the visa is in an expired passport. Please be aware that the final determination on each individual’s eligibility for admission to the United States is a matter for U.S. immigration officials at the Port of Entry. No assurances can be given in advance. " so basically there's no way I can get this answer straight back to me based on my files, you can't call the embassy, and whoever is replying to the e-mails has a ready to send answer. so I still don't know if I can travel on my B2 visa
  2. mackad93

    K1 visa cancelled. can I still use my B1/B2 visa?

    well I really do appreciate all of the answers, thank you. I’m still gonna try to contact US Embassy in London which won’t be easy, but I think that’s the only option to get in touch with someone from the embassy who can look straight into my files.
  3. mackad93

    K1 visa cancelled. can I still use my B1/B2 visa?

    just don’t understand you saying “ at least 1 day of unlawful presence “ since everything was done legally. I got married within the 90 days and send the paperwork to the USCIS within the 90 days, which was accepted and in the process. same with me leaving, everything was done legally USCIS was informed by a letter that I won’t be continuing with the AOS process and I got the letter from they saying they received it and they won’t be continuing with that process so I can leave and I have 33 days to do that because then it would be called an unlawful presence. And I left before my partner even got this letter just to avoid any issues with law. so I’m confused by unlawful presence sentence
  4. mackad93

    K1 visa cancelled. can I still use my B1/B2 visa?

    right I’m trying to understand that but it’s hard for me when it comes to all of those smart government language- sorry I have my B2 visa since 2016 and I already entered USA as a tourist back then. in May this year after getting my K1 in February I went to USA to be with my partner I entered obviously on K1 which has one entry and I did stay longer than 90 days in USA but I got married ( and im still legally married but for now in a complicated situation ) and I was in the middle of AOS process which we both cancelled and I left straight away since USCIS gives you 33 days to leave the country saying to in the future you’ll be able to apply for other visas- not the point my B2 never was cancelled in front of me no one never stamped anything on it or did anything with it and as everyone knows that visa is valid for 10 years. now when USCIS cancelled my K1 visa I have no green card or anything like that only my B2 apparently valid till 2026 all I want to know is if I can travel again to United States as a tourist. I tried to get this info from the US embassy in London but they didn’t answer my question in the email so I’m kinda confused and I don’t know what to do ...
  5. mackad93

    K1 visa cancelled. can I still use my B1/B2 visa?

    omg ... I'm sorry I meant August
  6. mackad93

    K1 visa cancelled. can I still use my B1/B2 visa?

    I arrived in US on 22nd of May, USCIS received my paperwork on 22nd of August means they got my documents 92days after my arrival ;( we were doing everything through RapidVisa.com
  7. mackad93

    K1 visa cancelled. can I still use my B1/B2 visa?

    USCIS received my paperwork exactly 3 months later after my arrival, after that I was just waiting for all of the paperwork from them if that makes any sense.
  8. mackad93

    K1 visa cancelled. can I still use my B1/B2 visa?

    yes we did marry the day after my arrival and then a bit later we applied for AOS, but like I said we cancelled the AOS process then I left USA after process was confirmed as officially stopped - meaning I never received my social, travel or work permit.
  9. mackad93

    K1 visa cancelled. can I still use my B1/B2 visa?

    Nope no stamps, when I entered US in May, they crossed out my K1 visa and put a stamp next to it with a date when it expires I guess, but no one didn’t look or stamp anything on my B1/B2 visa, the only stamp that’s in there is next to it on the other page from previous visits before I got my K1 issued.
  10. Hey Guys I’m really not good with forums and topics and research in general, so if someone else asked this question before please don’t hate, I’m really trying my best to find an answer to my question and I can’t. long story short: I have my B1/B2 visa valid till 2026, after getting my K1 and moving to States in May this year me and my ex partner both realised that sadly our relationship won’t survive. We cancelled K1 visa / adjustment of status in October by sending a letter to USCIS and getting back from them a confirmation letter saying that whole process is officially stopped so I moved back to United Kingdom. I need a B1/B2 tourist visa because I’m from Poland but I live in UK. My question: after cancelling my K1 visa / AOS,, can I travel to United States again as a tourist on my B1/B2 visa that is still or should be valid for the next 8 years? I’ve seen people saying that tourist visas are cancelled after K1 is issued but what if I cancel my K1 what happens? Is it really cancelled or just put on hold? I’m planning on going for holiday to USA in January and I wanted to make sure there won’t be any issues. Thanks very much in advance for any kind of help.
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