K1 Visa (Fiance Visa)- Why K1 Visa Applications Get Denied Part 3
Filling out of Visa application is an important process and should be done with care. One must take all the precautions to follow instructions to the fullest. Many times applications are denied because the petitioners fail to give one documentation or another. Hence, they have to go through the process of appealing their case when their application is rejected.
Providing all the required initial evidence:
An appeal was made to the AAO by the petitioner whose application had been nullified on the grounds that he had failed to give :
- A written statement, by him and his fiancé, stating their intent to marry within 90 days, as the fiancé arrived in the US on K-1 status.
- A Form G-325 A, Biographic Information Sheet, for him and his fiancé.
- Passport-style colored photographs of himself and his fiancé.
When the petitioner submitted all the above requested preliminary evidences before the AAO his appeal was approved. However, the petitioner could have saved himself a lot of time and money if he had followed all the instructions written on Form I-129, Visa for Alien Fiance. The instructions on the form clearly demand submission of all the above mentioned documents when the application is filed.
Providing incorrect information:
If you wish to have a hassle free visa process then the best way is being honest about everything. Providing false or incorrect information results in the denial of visa as happened in the case of a petitioner who filed an appeal with AAO. The petitioner’s claim of his travel dates to his native country did not match the travel records provided by the airline. This resulted in his K-1 Visa application for Alien fiance being denied by the director and his appeal being rejected by the AAO.