Hello, my fiancee had a K-1 interview last February and was denied for a K-1 VISA. When I contacted the embassy via email, I received the following response:
**Thank you for your inquiry regarding the visa application of Ms. XXXX, Azizas.
A review of our records indicates that Ms. XXXX was interviewed February 23, 2016, and the visa was not issued. Evidence provided in support of the petition, and an interview with Ms. XXXX, led the interviewing officer to determine the claimed relationship between you and Ms. XXXX was not genuine and that they did not have intent to marry in the United States. The interviewing officer’s decision was reviewed by the Consular Chief, who concurred with the interviewing officer’s decision to not issue the visa, concluding that the adjudication was conducted in accordance with U.S. Immigration
law. As such, the case is in the process to return to the U.S. Citizenship
and Immigration Services (USCIS) for possible revocation, and no additional evidence will be accepted in support of the visa application at this time. Should you wish to continue to pursue a K1 visa for Ms. XXXX, you will need to follow-up with USCIS.
Per USCIS, once USCIS receives a returned I-129F for K-1 classification from the Department of State (DOS) and the petition has expired in accordance with 8 CFR214.2(k)(5), USCIS will allow the petition to remain expired and will not reaffirm or reopen the petition. Please note that this does not preclude you from filing another petition.
Last week, I traveled to Cambodia to visit my fiancee and tried to see what I can do. I spent 10 days with my fiancee and took lots of pictures for further proof of our relationships.****
I am confused with the notice I received in the email above and the case status update from DOS "VISA Case Status".