I am patel. I had B1 and B2 visa. I had immigration problem while immigration. I already visited three times for USA. my fiancee is in usa citizen. so this time my plan to marry with her and stay there permanently.This time I was moving permanently to USA with three bags. So they got idea and they got me.Moreover, I miss presented one document to prove that I am currently working in Canada. So they called to my company and they got information that i already put my resignation just week before. then after, I confessed everything. i told them my intention. they took my visa and allow me to do voluntarily withdraw my application. they took my finger print. they gave me papers and i tried to find out that law online and it was stating that its permanently banned.
however they gave me three papers and one of the papers heading is voluntarily withdrawal of application for admission. 1 application for admission withdrawn 2 visa/bcc canceled 3 vwpp refusal 4 ordered removed by immigration judge- section 235 b 2 5 order removed by dhs section 235 b i 6 waiver revoked 212 d 3 7 departure required so they select 1 application for admission withdrawn further they mentioned in letter is , patel stated that he was traveling to the USA for pleasure and that he woulod return to canada in 15 days. patel in oath stated that his true intent was to travel to USA and marry with his fiancee and stay there permanently if family approved his marriage then. Patel is inadmissible to under the INA section 212 a 6 c 1, 212 a 7 a 1.
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