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Anyway, there is something that they found that they did not like. It does not mean that everything is lost. Here is what generally happens after the Embassy or Consulate makes a 221(g) finding (which is probably what happened, but since you aren't responding to my questions, I have to assume what happened):
The Petition is returned to the U.S. for further review.
When the petition is received by the NVC, it is reviewed and entered into their database for management.
It is then sent to the USCIS service center where the petition was originally filed and approved.
Then the Service Center receives returned petition and sends a notice of receipt to you.
The Service Center then reviews the returned petition and any consular officer notes on the case.
If the Service Center agrees , then they send either a NOID (Notice of Intent to Deny) or NOIR (Notice of Intent to Revoke) to you also asking for more proof of the relationship, many cases have specific consular objections to rebut.
You are given 30-60 days from date of NOIR/NOID to respond with additional evidence of the relationship or other specific evidence depending on what the original findings were. The timeframe to respond will be provided in the letter that they send you.
If you send back the requested evidence in the timeframe given (30-60 days) the case is reviewed and either original approval is reaffirmed or the petition is officially denied.
If the petition is denied the Service Center sends you an 'official' denial letter. This can be officially appealed if the denial letter states such.
If the petition is reaffirmed the Service Center sends you an official notice of reaffirmation.
Service Center sends the reaffirmed petition AND its evidence provided in the rebuttal directly to the consulate along with a recommendation to issue a visa.
Consulate notifies your spouse of a new interview date.
She has an interview for the reaffirmed petition and the visa is either issued, or the case is placed in Administrative Processing which after it has cleared, a visa is normally issued.
Now the things that you should do at this point is have your spouse send you a copy of the 221(g) that was issued, then hire an attorney to help you through the above process. You can go to http://www.ailalawyer.com first to find one.
Another tactic would be to immediately contact the consulate or embassy over the phone and ask that the senior consular officer review the file before it is sent back overseas. Obviously this has to be done quickly. If you can't get through by phone, try email.
Also, you can contact your congressman/senator, get them involved immediately. Here is a link to help you do that: https://www.usa.gov/elected-officials.
So as you see, you have some options. Not all is lost.
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