el 27 febrero del 2012 mi caso con visa k1 fue denegada bajo la seccion 221 g (Hemos determinado que su noviazgo es para fines de inmigracion) y seccion 212(a)(6)(c)(i) debido a que usted presente evidencias materiales falsas. en la embajada de santo domingo, mi prometida y yo a pesar de la desicion del consulado seguimos con nuestra boda y la celebramos el 24 mayo 2012, el 13 agosto de 2012 recibimos una carta con la revocacion del caso de visa k1. mi pregunta es no habra ningun tipo de problema si depositamos la aplicacion de familia i-130?? tendriamos que pagar un perdon?? usted me recomendaria un visa de paseo??Saludos, XXXXX XXXXX Polanco
Hola Bienvenido Soy abogado experto en Inmigración y estoy aquí para ayudarle, mi asistencia no genera relación abogado cliente
Buenas tardes. El hecho que le hayan efectuado la negativa de la visa K1 no quieredecir que le vayan a negar la visa de inmigrante porque ustedes efectivamente celebraron su matrimonio. Yo les recomiendo que al momento de hacer la aplicacion para la peticion de esposa puedan llevar mas evidencia y que esta evidencia ustedes puedan demostrarque es verdadera , el timpo que tiene conociendose y mostrar fotos de su relacion. Si ustedes demuestran que se casaron por amor no van a tener problemas para la peticion de la visa de conyugue. Y no tiene que pedir perdon por ello
le pido al cliente que si mi respuesta le ayudo por favor valorar Positivamente para que el site califique mi trabajo, esto no tiene costo para usted y de esta manera el site califica el servicio que le preste
Le pido por favor si tiene alguna duda pregunte no necesita usted valorar negativo para seguir preguntando estare aqui hasta que usted me necesite
doctora yo tengo un buen trabajo en mi pais y me quede desilucionado rotundamente usted me recomendaria que aplicara para una visa de paseo para asi visitar mi esposa, cual serian las probalidades para que eso sea positivo??
en base a una respuesta positiva?
no entendi lo ultimo buenas tardes
cuando me dice en base a una respuesta positiva
no le van a dar una visa de paseo es muy dificil si usted ya pidio una visa k1 o tiene una peticion . Se la negaran
usted me recomendaria que solicite una visa de paseo y/o que continue con el proceso actual de mi caso?
no se la van a conceder
porque ellos van a creer que usted va a tener la visa de paseo para irse a vivir y cambiar su estatus en usa , mi experiencia en estos casos es que a todos se la niegan
la peticion tarda un ano de su esposo
tiene alguna otra pregunta adicional?
Me puede responder por favor
Estimada cliente se encuentra usted en liena?
entendi lo que aqui le explique?
una ultima pregunta?
digame con gusto
cuales evidencias usted me aconsejaria que llevara y me ayudarian en el caso como evidencias contundente?
fotos del matrimonio, deben tambien llevar cartas, mail, si tiene cuentas en conjunto, si el le envia dinero, eviedencia de su relacion el tiempo que han estado juntos todo esto es importante.
que demuestre que ustedes estan enamorados
y que quiere estar juntos adema le haran preguntas comprometedoras intimas algunas veces para ver si conviven
como como duerme el
etc si le consiguo el cuestionario de las preguntas que le hacen se lo envio una vez terminemos el chat ok
entendio lo que aqui le explique estimado cliente?
si estoy de acuerdo
esta conforme con mi respueta entonces?
si, gracias XXXXX XXXXX una feliz tarde.
feliz tarde para usted le voy a dejar mi link por si tiene alguna pregunta posteriormente. Le pido por favor antes de salir del chat valorar la pregunta para que el site califique mi servicio prestado a usted esto no tendra costo adicional
Para mi es muy importante su valoracion con cualquiera de las caritas del 3 al 5 gracias.
http://www.justanswer.es/legal-es/expert-jurisetjurs/ aqui esta mi link por si quiere luego consultarme . Gracias XXXXX XXXXX a Justanswer. Bendiciones para usted y su familia y suerte en esta meta.
espero por usted estimada cliente
Dra. Monsalve, espero el listado de las posibles preguntas pero para conyugue, saludos.
Comment: If you are married to a divorcee, her former husband's name is XXXXX XXXXX maiden name. It is possible that her former husband's name is XXXXX XXXXX in her record, but it is important that you know your father-in-law's last name.
8. Q. Do you know how your wife came into the United States?
Comment: The examiner believes that you would have discussed such a background issue, while trying to know each one other. Such a question arose at one of the interviews, I attended, the husband did not know that his wife came into the U.S. through parole granted while asylum application was pending. Don't give the examiner any reason to disbelief your testimony.
9. Q. Where did your wife enter into the United States?
Comment: The forms filed with the INS contain information as to place of your wife's last entry into the United States. Many applicants entered without visa. Please discuss this matter and have a clear and correct answer. Please note that the USCIS now frown at any fraudulent mode of entry. You could earn a life ban from all immigration privileges instead of green card. Consult an attorney before filing.
10. Q. Have you ever been married before?
Comment: You may consider this question a piece of cake, but it could derail you. Some lawyers will deal with only one party until the interview date. Do not conclude that your spouse was married before because she has children. People give funny answers to certain questions. The form 1-130 filed with Immigration has such information, please try to know everything about your spouse's past.
11. Q. Do you or your wife have children outside this marriage?
Comment: This question could be asked for two reasons. First the question could be asked in evaluating whether the family has sufficient income to comply with the Public Charge Law. It could also be asked to test your knowledge of your spouse. An applicant may give information of children born outside the United States to their attorney at the time of filing, but never discuss anything about them with the wife. The examiner has the information; please discuss the children before the interview.
12. Q. What are the names of these children?
Comment: It is important to know the names of your step-children. If you answer «I don't know» you will cast doubt in the mind of the examiner. If the names are XXXXX XXXXX you cannot pronounce, you may be asked to spell them.
13. Q. How old are your spouse's children?
Comment: It is better to give the date of birth, if you know than to estimate the age. If you do not know the date of birth, tell the examiner; Child «A» is about 10 years old, etc.
14. Q. What is the name of the school your step-children presently attend?
Comment: You must care enough to know the name of their school. It is important. Be sure to go as far as knowing the names of their teachers.
15. Q. Do you plan to have children with your wife?
Comment: Your answer should simply be; «yes» or «no». Do not start to give reasons why you have nut had a child yet. Let the examiner ask you. At one interview, my Clients were asked nine different questions on this issue because one of the parties volunteered health reason for not having children. Don't trap yourself. Let the examiner ask you, do not volunteer any information.
16. Q. What is the date of your marriage?
Comment: This is an all important date. A nervous client was asked this question. Instead of March, she said May. In fact she gave three different dates before regaining her composure. The examiner will not give you any benefit of doubt. The examiner will simply conclude, you do not know because it is not an important date to you.
7. Q. Where did you get married?
Comment: You need to know the venue of your marriage. Do not just say «Long Island» when you can say «Hempstead».
18 Q. How did you get to your wedding?
Comment: This question simply requires you to give the mode of transportation to the venue. A client once said he got to the wedding by cab and the wife said she was driven there in a limousine. To the examiner there was conflict, but they were actually saying the same thing. In Africa, every rented car is a cab. The man simply referred to the limousine, as a cab* Give an American answer to an American question; otherwise you may confuse the examiner to your own detriment.
19. Q. How many people attended your wedding?
Comment: The examiner wants to know whether the day was so important to the parties that they invited family members. It is not mandatory that many people must attend. The presence of the family members could add weight to your case, but that alone cannot guarantee success.
20. Q. Who were your witnesses?
Comment: It is important that the couple know the names of their witnesses. In one interview, the woman answered that only her husband's friends attended. She did not know their names and never met them before. This suggests «arrange» marriage. Be prepared.
21. Q. Did your mother attend the wedding?
Comment: Marriage is so sacred that it is expected that parents of the couples would attend, except when they are handicapped, for medical reasons, out of town or not in good terms with the couple. Please know what to say.
22. Q. Did you exchange wedding rings?
Comment: Usually the examiner would have observed your fingers to see if you have wedding rings. Please make it a practice to wear your rings. In America, exchange of rings seems to be a necessity especially to the women; therefore, if you attend the interview without your ring, the examiner might form a negative opinion.
Comment: Usually men purchase the rings. This question is very critical during stokes interview because of the next few questions. All these must be discussed before the interview, simply because the examiner expects you to know.
Comment: At one stokes interview, I guessed the couple loaned the rings, the man already said he purchased the rings, not knowing what the wife would say, he became evasive in his answer to this question until the examiner pinned him down to an answer. The wife cleverly bailed him out with «I don't know where he purchased them.
Comment: Thank God, the man in my previous comment did not say his wife was present. «I don't know» would have been a fatal answer. Always maintain your cool, but be at alert. Always anticipate the next question in giving your answer. You are dealing with a lawyer; you could be trapped with your own answer. Be prepared.
Comment: The answer to this question is very important. Most interviews I have attended, people claimed they went for dinner. It is not mandatory that there must be dinner after wedding, if you could not afford it. Do not lie, that could trap you when other questions are asked.
27. Q.Was there a reception after the wedding or dinner and who attended?
Comment: Your answer could lead to series of questions such as venue, menu, time; etc. Anticipate all follow-up questions and be sure you are ready to answer them before you create a make-believe reception in your mind. The best answer is always the truth.
Comment: This is the most commonly asked question. The examiners sing this like a sting. Be ready. Your answer must make sense. Listen and answer only the question «where». Do not volunteer additional information. Wait for the next question.
29. Q. How did you meet your wife?
Comment: At one interview, the man said, I met her at the Airport, she went home with me and we got married less than 30 days thereafter. It is possible because love is blind they say, but let your story make sense to you before telling others; the answer must not be complicated, make it simple and understandable. You must be able to present a coherent narrative of how our meeting led to marriage.
30. Q. When did you meet your wife?
Comment: It is better to give the date, if you can remember rather than say six months before we got married. At one interview, the wife said the couples met six months before marriage. When pressed further for date, she said January and they got married in April. We are not all very good in mathematics, save yourself the headache.
31. Q. Who approached the other and how?
Comment: In today's world, women do approach men too. It is not mandatory that the man approached the woman; tell it the way it happened. This, question calls for a short story. Do not make it long. For example, I met her at the lobby of my apartment, we rode in the elevator together, I greeted her and paid her a compliment. She smiled and we started talking. Do not take it beyond the question; wait to see if another question will follow.
32. Q. Where was your husband living before your marriage?
Comment: The examiner has the information with dates in the bio-data information submitted with the application for adjustment of status. Please make sure you reviewed the copies of the forms before going for the interview.
33. Q. Did your wife visit you before marriage and where?
Comment: The examiner is just testing to know that the marriage is not an arranged one. The parties are expected to have visited each other before committing themselves to marriage. If you get the location wrong, the interview is doomed.
34. Q. Did you live together before marriage?
Comment: This question is very simple, but technical. It is not mandatory that you must live together before marriage. The examiner is just trying to verify your credibility. The Bio-data information you submitted contain addresses where you lived and dates. The marriage certificate contains your addresses at the time of marriage. The examiner will compare your answers to these two sources of information and draw his conclusions about you. Review copies of documents filed by your attorney before the interview.
35. Q. When was the last time you had ---- with your wife?
Comment: A question like this is usually asked during stokes interview. Many people will feel uncomfortable with this question. The examiner is sensitive to your privacy, but wants to know if the date given by you will match that of your partner. A correct answer will help your interview.
36. Q. Where was the last place you had ----?
Comment: This is a follow up question; you will be surprised what answer people give. Do not just assume and say in the bedroom.
37. Q. What form of birth controldo you use?
Comment: This question came up at two of my recent interviews. Please know the birth control your wife is using, if she is the one using birth control. Any wrong answer will doom your IntervteWj since this issue is an essential part of marriage.
38. Q. Do you know the color of your wife's underwear today?
Comment: The examiner will not request to see. He simply wants to know if the couples are intimate. This question could be preceded with series of such questions as to whether you slept in the same, room and got dressed together. Be ready.
39. Q. Do you have any scar or tattoos?
Comment: This question was asked recently from one of my clients. The intent of the examiner is to ascertain if the couple has an intimate relationship, at any time before the interview. If you answer yes, the examiner will ask for the location of the tattoos and the designs. Be prepared
Chapter three Q & A About Relations
Marriage is a contract that requires careful thinking and sufficient knowledge of the other partner's family background before being entered into.The examiner believes that a true marriage appears to be those in which the parties have adequate knowledge of each other, their extended family members and their environment. Any display ctf lack of such knowledge will trigger doubt in the mind of the examiner.The questions herein will give both the petitioner arid beneficiary the needed hints regarding the nature of knowledge required of them. These are questions from live-interviews.Some of these questions are quoted verbatim using the exact words of the examiners in some of the real interviews.
1. Q. What is your mother-in-law's name?
Comment: Most of the marriages in the United States are contracted without parental consent. The idea of the parties being consentino adults relegates the need to meet the parents of yotir spouse before marriage to the background; Couples often neglect to note such information as the full names of their partner's parents. You may be asked, please note them.
2. Q. What is your father-in-law's name?
Comment: If your wife was bom out of wedlock, she may be carrying her mother's maiden name as her last name. She has a father and the information is in the document submitted to USCIS, please note her father's name.
3. Q. Where does your wife's parent(s) live?
Comment: You are expected to have made contact with the parents of the woman you married. If her parents are deceased, you cannot say they live in Brooklyn, New York. The examiner will bust you because form G-325 on the bio:data information of your wife, will bell the cat.
4. Q. When was the last time you and your wife saw her mother together?
CbTnflment: listen attentively to the question before you answer. The use of the word «together* is very important especially if this question was asked at a stoke interview. Your wife will not be privy to your answer. She may give a totally different date and time. Such an answer could de rail the interview.
5. Q. How many brothers and sisters has your wife?
Comment: Agree with your wife before the interview that any deceased brothers and sisters Will not be counted. Follow the rule that says «do not volunteer information». If you simply answer two brothers and two sisters and your wife answers two brother and three sisters, the examiner wilj doubt your knowledge of her family tree.
6. Q. What are the names of your wife's brothers and sisters?
Comment: Be prepared to face this type of question at the interview. Usually the examiner will ask foundation questions before asking you about names. You may be asked if you have met or have spoken to any of them before. Once you answer yes, then you are required to know their names.