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    I presented an absolute stellar case to the USCIS.

    After a fervent effort to find "SOMETHING, ANYTHING." My case was denied due to a perceived 1 day overstay 22 years ago. It turned out that the USCIS officer miscounted the overstay. I was actually 1 day under the limit. All proven by stamps in my passport.

    The officer's contempt for me was so great. That rather than correct his error, he decided to deny my application. Since I showed him nothing but the utmost of respect. It's very difficult to know why his hatred for me is so deep. Could it be racism?

    The USCIS officer is Hispanic. I am White.

    How could he get away with that?

    Well lets see....there is no such thing as white male victim of racism. The whole world already knows that the white man is always the perpetrator, never the victim of racism. Right? How cool, the perfect crime!

    So maybe, I should personally have to pay for any discrimination he may have felt, growing up in white America? PAYBACK?

    Is this man playing GOD with my life?

    My goal has always been to be a productive, taxpaying, honest, law abiding, legal immigrant, to this greatest of all Countries.

    Due to a corrupt USCIS officer. My status has been adjusted to martyr.

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    I presented an absolute stellar case to the USCIS.

    After a fervent effort to find "SOMETHING, ANYTHING." My case was denied due to a perceived 1 day overstay 22 years ago. It turned out that the USCIS officer miscounted the overstay. I was actually 1 day under the limit. All proven by stamps in my passport.

    The officer's contempt for me was so great. That rather than correct his error, he decided to deny my application. Since I showed him nothing but the utmost of respect. It's very difficult to know why his hatred for me is so deep. Could it be racism?

    The USCIS officer is Hispanic. I am White.

    How could he get away with that?

    Well lets see....there is no such thing as white male victim of racism. The whole world already knows that the white man is always the perpetrator, never the victim of racism. Right? How cool, the perfect crime!

    So maybe, I should personally have to pay for any discrimination he may have felt, growing up in white America? PAYBACK?

    Is this man playing GOD with my life?

    My goal has always been to be a productive, taxpaying, honest, law abiding, legal immigrant, to this greatest of all Countries.

    Due to a corrupt USCIS officer. My status has been adjusted to martyr.

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    • #3
      Dear Unique,

      Clearly you have problems with racism yourself. Why would you assume the officer is racist? What you have described seems like nothing more than a person unwilling to admit that he is wrong. He wouldn't be the first person that, when confronted with an error, refused to acknowledge or correct on his own accord. That's why CIS has supervisors who can objectively look at a situation, provide the officer with the opportunity to correct his mistake and overrule their decision and reopen on a service motion (that means the Service erred), if necessary. Also, since you evidently have a problem with vocabulary let me help you...... "corrupt" means characterized by improper conduct (as bribery or the selling of favors). What you have described is not a "corrupt" official but merely a rude one. Stop having a pity party for yourself and fix your problem by filing a motion to reconsider.

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      • #4
        Dear BronzeLady,

        I thank you for your advice. I think that if you could have been a "fly on the wall" during my interview, you'd be writing me a different response. My fiancee is an African American woman. As a couple we experience many things everyday. in regards to race. She suffers more grief than me. Black males call her a "sell out." I hope you don't criticize this. I can take you putting me down, but not her. She's an angel.

        As far as the Officer goes, I can't look into his heart. Before he made his final decision, I wrote him a very polite letter pointing out first, an error of mine. Before pointing out his. I knew he may resent me correcting him, so I was very diplomatic. I hand delivered the letter.

        He holds very much contempt for me. For some reason. Maybe it's not racial? I never said it was. I just think it could be.

        (Corrupt: 1 a : morally degenerate.) I stand by that definition.

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        • #5
          <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by unique:
          Dear BronzeLady,

          I thank you for your advice. I think that if you could have been a "fly on the wall" during my interview, you'd be writing me a different response. My fiancee is an African American woman. As a couple we experience many things everyday. in regards to race. She suffers more grief than me. Black males call her a "sell out." I hope you don't criticize this. I can take you putting me down, but not her. She's an angel.

          As far as the Officer goes, I can't look into his heart. Before he made his final decision, I wrote him a very polite letter pointing out first, an error of mine. Before pointing out his. I knew he may resent me correcting him, so I was very diplomatic. I hand delivered the letter.

          He holds very much contempt for me. For some reason. Maybe it's not racial? I never said it was. I just think it could be.

          (Corrupt: 1 a : morally degenerate.) I stand by that definition. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

          I'm confused. AOS + fiancée???????Is it your fiancée or your wife? If your fiancée is a US citizen, and you are the intended beneficiary of a K-1 visa, a 1 day overstay would not trigger a bar to admissibility or are you attempting to enter on VWP or secure a non-immigrant visa when there are other factors that suggest otherwise? Or is it that you entered on a tourist visa, overstayed (purportedly) and are attempting to adjust status based upon marriage to a US citizen? I am thoroughly muddled, the facts don't add up!
          The above is simply an opinion. Your mileage may vary. For immigration issues, please consult an immigration attorney.

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          • #6
            Hi Unique

            I just wanna let you know that I understand exactly how you felt and I appreciate the way you you followed with him not let him feel that you correct him.
            I also wanna the Bronzelady to understand that the way some people in some places show us a contempt without any reason, and they do not bother to explain or talk when you shows them respect and ask them for any clarification. and that is why we midunderstand their motives to act like that.
            I was in the same situation and I think some people cannot undersand the opression or the bitterness till they face a similar situation. I hope those people who are working in sensitive places to be more understanding to the importance of their poistion to understand people skills and how to be patient with them and to humble themselves to do thier jobs in better way without arrogance or exaggerated self esteem
            in all cases Bronzelady advised you well and you have an action to take to help your case. good luck

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            • #7
              To sappyconifer,

              One of my personal virtues, and defects. Is to never take the path of least resistance. Prior to applying under the CSS/Newman, I had the opportunity to marry my girlfriend. I would never marry for money, status, immigration or anything else. Although my marriage would have been real. I did not want to put a mortgage on my marriage. I told my girlfriend we would get married as soon as I got my temporary residence approved. In other words, I'm a proud man, and I wanted to do it myself without someone sponsoring me.

              My immigration officer informed me that if I were to get married now, it would not be honored as a bona fide marriage. You have lived in the US for many, many years, as soon as your application gets denied, you get married. That will never fly, he said.

              What about my American born, hard working, lifetime taxpaying, girlfriends rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness? "Nope."

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              • #8
                unique, you should take an Info Pass appointment with the Director, or Assistant Director or another officer, I and am sure your case will be resolve.

                This is the fact as such I-130 Petition was file in Oct. 2000, and it was delayed without any response
                since then. Though parent has become Citizens and they upgraded in 2006.
                This man had worked for US Embassy, as Immigration Visa Specialist, for 27 years, and now working as Special Assistant to an Leading Immigration Attorney he paid $500.00 fee and next week he got the approval letter, and 3rd day he completed all documents. Attached with the letter from the same Attorney and mailed .
                Got an email that papers were in order and send to TSC for Interview.
                As I said before many of the employees do not have complete knowledge of the laws. It is not racism.
                In fact it is all over the world.

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                • #9
                  i don't know the actual situation so i cannot comment on that but, There are many motions and appeals, visa entry, one day over stays out there which was taken very seriously and alien got bared.
                  For example filing morion have 30days deadline and if the 30th day is holiday, Court will not leave out that day out of 30 days. court will only entertain motion /appeal prior to oneday and that day it will be stamped as received. sdame goes to Priority date, deadline for any public Sttatue deadline. even mailing brief five days in advance but not reached in time cannot cut it, because Posal service only give an prospective delivery date, which cannot beargued in court.
                  Its a discussion, not a legal advise..

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                  • #10
                    Thanks mohan,

                    I hear exactly what your saying. Remember, there was no overstay. Like I said the officer miscounted. I think the officer's strategy is more evil than you can imagine. I think he knows that I will win the appeal. What he wants to do is force me (unnecessarily) into the appeals process, in order to delay my progress. The appeal takes years. The nature of my business requires me to travel abroad. He not only gets the pleasure of denying my application, but also the honor of destroying my career.

                    I feel that the officer is in some kind of weird competition with me. It reminds me of the trophy hunter who shoots elephants from a helicopter. If he misses, he takes another shot. The only one who can lose is the elephant. And in this case that's me.

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                    • #11
                      unique

                      so what are you going to do now? are you going to infopass or appealing or suiting him or what
                      I really feel so mad of such people who play with other people destiny.

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