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  • immibee
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Brit4064:
    A quick check does indeed reveal an H2 holder cannot have dual intent.
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    Told ya ;-)

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  • federale86
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    oops.

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  • Brit4064
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    A quick check does indeed reveal an H2 holder cannot have dual intent.

    H2 dual intent

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  • federale86
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    H1(A and B) do allow dual intent. Not H2.

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  • Brit4064
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    I'm not so sure on that immibee. I always thought the H visas DID allow dual intent. After all, you can adjust from an H1b to PR while in the USA.

    A B2 visa would be a different matter.

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  • immibee
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    One more thought to throw on the pile... he should not have an immigrant intent on an H-2B visa. So, make sure that he leaves and does not marry you while he's here on that visa; otherwise, they could say he entered with a immigrant intent and that's likely going to be a big problem.

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  • Marisete Houghton
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Marisete Houghton:
    Hello Sir!
    I don't really think you are serious about the poor kitty, he's too little to commit a felony, I think you're just picking on it!
    Listen, When my fiancee went to the ambassy they didn't put any stamp on he's passaport. They just verbally told him to go back with an approval from the DOL, though it was an R1. He just had an invitation letter from the Minister to a conference in Boston, but Ambassy wanted him to be hired as a minister, not to be invited, it was spoken clearly, but his passaport is cleaned, NO STAMP, NO NOTHING!!!.. did I explain myself well or what?.. you're tough! I'M NOT GETTING MARRIED TO A MARRIED GUY, AND I'M NOT MARRIED, WE ARE BOTH D-I-V-O-R-C-E-D, for about a year now!!! Is it my broken english or my spelling that is so wrong?
    Poor kitty I wonder what he haven't being throug with you! </div></BLOCKQUOTE>...actually, tell me something: They didn't stamp his passaport, and told him to come back! Is it considered a denial?.. you said they are required to tell him why, how come they just told him to come back! Now I'm the curious one, and I know, they didn't stamp it! The other thing is, you ware the one who sugest me to go and get married in Brazil, remember? But, I wouldn't do it out of love, you think I want to be stuck for 3 years for nothing, or go the jail for felony God knows for how long?
    Any ways, broken english, or missedspell, thank you for you patience!

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  • Marisete Houghton
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    Hello Sir!
    I don't really think you are serious about the poor kitty, he's too little to commit a felony, I think you're just picking on it!
    Listen, When my fiancee went to the ambassy they didn't put any stamp on he's passaport. They just verbally told him to go back with an approval from the DOL, though it was an R1. He just had an invitation letter from the Minister to a conference in Boston, but Ambassy wanted him to be hired as a minister, not to be invited, it was spoken clearly, but his passaport is cleaned, NO STAMP, NO NOTHING!!!.. did I explain myself well or what?.. you're tough! I'M NOT GETTING MARRIED TO A MARRIED GUY, AND I'M NOT MARRIED, WE ARE BOTH D-I-V-O-R-C-E-D, for about a year now!!! Is it my broken english or my spelling that is so wrong?
    Poor kitty I wonder what he haven't being throug with you!

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  • MakeItRight!
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Robin Horton:
    Will our Government admitt they made a mistake?

    If they let someone in they should have know not to ? or will they just let it slide to save themselves the embarassment?

    We all make mistakes, why we are called humans, however, when it is clear fraudulent intentions and embassy overlooked or didn't recognize will they stand up later and admit it? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Yes that pretty much sums it up! LOL. OUCH!!
    What do you think???

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  • Robin Horton
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    Will our Government admitt they made a mistake?

    If they let someone in they should have know not to ? or will they just let it slide to save themselves the embarassment?

    We all make mistakes, why we are called humans, however, when it is clear fraudulent intentions and embassy overlooked or didn't recognize will they stand up later and admit it?

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  • federale86
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    First, that is a dangerous kitty and it was arrested for several violent felonies.

    Next, the embassy is required to tell the alien what was the reason for the visa denial.

    What did the embassy say and what sections of law did they quote? The also usually write on the passport a short phrase or legal citation. What is it?

    Next, again, we have more facts. You can't get married or get a fiance visa while you are still married. The K-1 will be denied unless you both have final divorce decrees, if applicable.

    You must also remember that the denial of a visa is very significant. Especially the denial of an R-1. It is commonly used fraudulently, so the embassy will take it very seriously.

    For instance, your fiance was married at the time? But now is getting divorced, but wasn't bringing his wife as a dependant on the R-1? These are red flags to the embassy. It tells them that your fiance was desparate to get to the U.S. It will also make them suspicious of your marriage or engagement. Especially since he was trying to get to the U.S. before his divorce was final. How can you go through the divorce proceedings thousands of miles away?

    Very suspicious. Hudson has a nice photo, but she brushes off fraud indicators like snow off her shoulders.

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  • Marisete Houghton
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    No, the question is if I have applied for a K1 before, but, I haven't. An even with the R1 request, I don't totally believe as a turned down, because the just ask him for something, a little bit more concrete (like; an approval, by the DOL to do a religious work).However, I know they could pick on anything, or just say: Yes, with no further request!
    Personally, I had to work on my legalization (for me and my 4 children) 12 years, and the truth is: They could have send me home if they wanted to... they had enough reason to do it, But they didn't! It doesn't matter what happen here... even if this country become up side down, I'll still love it! And I know we are stroggling with economy and many other things right know, but though, my american brothers don't really know what they have!!!.. this is a blessed coutry! GOD BLESS AMERICA!

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  • Hudson
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Marisete Houghton:
    Thank you very much for your incoragement, you are a blessing! </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
    I would concur with Brit. it appears your fiancee just did not meet the requirements and was denied. No fraud and should be no problem. i do believe there is a place on the I-129G that asks whether any visa has been denied along with an explanation.

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  • Marisete Houghton
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by federale86:
    Waaoow, little doggie. Big problem now. Denial of a previous visa, could be an issue. The embassy will see this as an attempt to enter the U.S. fraudulently. They will first ask why you did not sponsor him for the K-1 before he tried for the R-1. Then they will ask why you aren't married already and applying for an immigrant visa, CR-1. Red flags, alarms, etc.

    The best way to show that this is not fraud it to go to Brazil and get married. Then apply for a CR-1 immigrant visa.

    A K-1 will be seen as an attemp to enter and stay illegally, as they will not believe you will get married. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Hi, first I want to tell this: I love your kitty, don't be so mean to it, take that gun away!
    I thank your for your concern as I have the same. But as I said in my first post: We waren't ready to get married back then, besides we ware waiting for our final divorce decree in order to take more serious step, and many other reasons!
    At least we know what to answer to ambassy in case of questions like that, we're just puzzled if we should take chances on K1, get married and apply for residency, or just forget about that last part for now.
    The only thing that is going to be hard is to have a partner/husband so far away, but we'll manage if this is the case.
    Again; Thank you

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  • Marisete Houghton
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    Thank you very much for your incoragement, you are a blessing!

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