Wife interviewed for her CR1 visa today at us embassy in
Wife interviewed for her CR1 visa today at us embassy in Bahrain. It went well . At the end they kept her passport and original documents and told her they will contact her in 2-3 days. She didn't get 221g form . what does this means?
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My husband is on H1b visa(approved till Sep 2018) and I am
Hello,My husband is on H1b visa(approved till Sep 2018) and I am on dependent H4 visa. my H4 visa stamp is expired and I do have H4 approval letter(797) from USCIS valid till Sep 2018. my husband just got enlisted in US Army through MAVNI program and waiting for his shipping date for BCT (which will be arround feb/march 2017). he is still on H1b status and maintaining his H1b status and will maintain his status till the day before he ships. now my question is if I travel out of USA and go for H4 visa stamping in US consulate in my home country before he ships to BCT(while he will be in H1B status ) should I have any problem getting H4 visa stamped just because my husband got enlisted in US ARMY (MAVNI)?Is there any possibility of getting 221G(admin processing)?
My husbond is today Danish Citizen, he left Yugoslavia in
My husbond is today Danish Citizen, he left Yugoslavia in 1991 when the war started. My son (us. Citizen) sponser him to get a green Card, I just got my Green Card and moved her.My husbond just when for his interview at the ambassade he got a 221(g)They ask for his criminal record and military records from Croatia. He was born in what is now is knew as Croatia, but he left Yugoslavia as a citizen of Yugoslavia, and has never been back and never been citizen of Croatia. What can we do?
Jenifer", Wy wife's been denied after the interview under
Hello "Jenifer",Wy wife's been denied after the interview under 221(g) in Singapore because of the missing police certificate from China that we can not obtain. We are moving back to France in 2 weeks. One hand you explained us that this police certificate "It is not a ground of inadmissibility" on the other hand that "a consular officer is free to adjudicate".If we move the file to french US embassy, would an new officer in Paris even be allowed to adjudicate we don't need that document anymore after the denial (based on my evidences that Shanghai that doesn't issue it anymore) ? or not even ?If he literally can't, we might not even transfer the file and fly back later here. If he possibly can, we would transfer to France and try our luck.Thank you.
Thank you for your quick reply. So indeed it sounds risky
Thank you for your quick reply. So indeed it sounds risky for my wife to travel even as a tourist to the USA.I've recently lost my job and we must leave Singapore by the 31st of August. We are flying to France.Knowing that we will most likely not be able to receive me wife's criminal clearance record from Shanghai before we leave I would like to know our best course of action.The consular officer has refused my wife's application. He has not indicated she is even eligible to apply for a waiver.What are our options? Request the file to be forwarded to the US embassy of Paris and hope that the consular officer there is more accommodating?In our emails exchanges with the consular officer in Singapore he just keeps requesting documents which are un-obtainable (Either the criminal clearance certificate or letter from the same agency stating they will not issue one). Either of these documents are not possible to get at the moment in shanghai. This is based on our research after contacting the 2 agents we could find on-line who provide this service for people not living in China.
My French wife's immigrant visa petition was recently
Hello,My French wife's immigrant visa petition was recently rejected, under section 221(g) ("Needs China Police cert as Applicant held Z visa previously for more than 1 year"), following her interview with the consular officer in the US embassy of Singapore.Under normal circumstances she is allowed to travel to the USA as a tourist for up to 3 months (ESTA waiver program, but her last ESTA is expired). Now that we are this far in the Green card process, is she barred from applying for the ESTA and travelling to the USA, as a tourist, until the immigrant Visa application is completely followed through? It is understood that she would not overstay any tourist Visa.Will applying for an ESTA now make things worse for her IV application?Thanks for your further reply
I have an immigration situation. I got my H4 visa stamped in
Hi, I have an immigration situation. I got my H4 visa stamped in Jan 2016. My employer filed my B1 and I got a B1 visa stamped in March 2016. I travelled to US for some business needs and stayed there for around 80 days. Now I am in India. I entered US on 20 Mar and came back on 11 june. My husband travelled to US with H1 on 10 Apr 2016. He is in US at present.JA: What is your official status? Do you have any pending applications or petitions with USCIS?Customer: My employer has filed for H1b and it got selected in lottery. But it got an RFE since I had H4 and also it was showing I was in USA with B1. The RFE document submission is pending with my employer and hence the approval is also pending with USCISJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: No not yet. I need some answersJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: My husband got H1 stamping till 30 Sep 2016 and I have not travelled with H4 yet but I have both H4 and B1 valid.
My wife went to her interview on july 30th of last year in
My wife went to her interview on july 30th of last year in dominican republic. Her case is a hold case/221 g & refusals/214b, I have applied for my wife and step daughter. we have been married for 3 years and we have been together for 6 years. we have submitted all documentation that they asked for. I was told i would probably get an answer by December of 2015, yet nothing. I have called several times, but no one can give me a straight answer. in fact, i can't speak to someone directly at the embassy in Santo Domingo. I have a schedule trip to DR, and I'm wondering if I can show up to the embassy and request an update personally. this separation is causing problems in my marriage.
My spouse was on H4 in USA from 2013 and got her H1B in 2014.
My spouse was on H4 in USA from 2013 and got her H1B in 2014. Since then she started working. She went back to India in Dec 2015 for vacation and had to go for H1B visa stamping. She got 221g and even after submitting all required documents, her visa is in administrative processing for 3 months. I have following questions1. Can she stop her current visa processing and transfer her H1B to another employer (cap exempt) and then re apply for visa stamping?2. If her visa stamping gets rejected and H1B is getting revoked, can she transfer her H1B to another employer (cap exempt) and then re apply for visa stamping?