Denial of Fiancee Visa
Denial of Fiancee Visa may occur, due to lack of evidence, insufficient finances, inadmissibility of your future spouse, or other reasons.
In these circumstances, you will receive a denial of Fiancee Visa letter, including instructions for appealing this decision. Usually you must appeal within one month. You must file your appeal with the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (BCIS), using Form I-290B. The office that denied your fiancé visa will review your appeal. Keep in mind that you must pay a fee along with filing Form I-290B. The appeal will then pass to the Administrative Appeals Unit (AAU) for review.
Your fiancée visa lawyer can help you prepare a strong case for the appeal, invoking immigration law and using precedents to demonstrate that your future spouse should receive a K-1 visa.
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