Leaving it blank I hear is not acceptable...either "none" or N/A. She does have a social security number...she just does not know it...so if they were to find out she had one and does not disclose it couldn't this be grounds for them denying our K1 Visa? We just want to be honest and sure it all goes well.
No, it would not be grounds for a denial. I understand you want to be honest and that is good. But you are hearing wrong about leaving it blank. Just leave it blank. As I said, it is not something that they would deny for. Leaving it blank is an honest answer or putting "unknown" is also an honest answer. "None" or N/A is not really an honest answer. But I still believe that leaving it blank is the best answer. Please let me know if you have any additional questions and please do not forget to click accept. Thank you.
10+ years of experience in various aspects of U.S. Immigration Law.
27 seven years ago my Italian foriegn fianceecame to U.S.on a K1 visa and I did not marry her petitioner.Instead of leaving the country she overstayed 1 year and left voluntarily.This is my first K1 visa application and the 2nd for her if it were granted.Would her overstaying or the fact that somebody else applied for before K1 visa before be a ground for denial although it happened a long time ago?2 years ago she went to the American Embassy to ask for a tourist visa and disclosed everything. She got a B1/B2 Visa. Thank you
How long after the 90 days did she overstay? I need to know the exact amount. Thank you.
11 months past
She is not supposed to be able to come in again for 3 years from the date that she left the U.S. She would need a waiver to come in before and that waiver is very hard to get.
Since it has been 25 years, then she would not need to get a waiver then, as this is way past 3 years...is this correct? Thank you.
If it has been more than 3 years since her exit from the U.S., then the automatic penalty is now over.
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