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    I am trying to get the specifics of section 212(a)(5)(A) of the immigration and Nationality Act. Does any one know or have any ideas? Thanks.

    Ladon

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    I am trying to get the specifics of section 212(a)(5)(A) of the immigration and Nationality Act. Does any one know or have any ideas? Thanks.

    Ladon

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      Its'a catch all for 'bogus marriage.' Better call Munoz....no doubt she'll conjur up some new 'evidence.' Be sure to bring your wallet.

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        only goes to show what Munoz doesn't know....the OP referred to his wife's visa denial, likely a CR-1, not an EB3...the 212 A 5 refusal is often used when the relationship has not been established to the satisfaction of the consular official, and there is a good chance it will be sent back to USCIS for review (as I said earlier, this refusal code is often used for bogus marriages). Of course, Munoz believes that every client she has is honest, bona fide, etc....as long as their check clears the bank.

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          <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">212(a)(5)(A) </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
          INA

          This is a catch-all exclusion charge for aliens caught attempting to enter the U.S. and work illegally. Usually used for those without labor certs intending as H classifcation, but used by ICE, CBP and USCIS as a catch-all charge added to all other charges.

          Kind of bogus, as the real reason is something else, unless it is a real issue if your wife applied for an H visa.

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