CONSULAR OFFICER AND USCIS DENIED MARRIAGE APPLICATION DUE LACK OF EVIDENCE CAN i reapply on new marriage? I STILL TRAVEL WITH MY TOURIST VISA AND THEY ASK ME AND LET ME IN TO USA WHAT THOSE THAT MEAN THAT THEY DID NOT CHARGE ME WITH ANY FRAUD? IMMIGRATION
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I suggest you take your file and request a consultation from an Immigration Attorney in your area.
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You're lucky to be let in with a tourist visa ... don't expect it to happen forever.
Talk to an attorney.
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You are definitely pushing your luck big time.
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You appear to be playing the game of asking the same question hoping to get the answer you want to hear. Why are you screwing around? If you want to be serious, consult with an experienced immigration attorney. There is a reason the saying "he who represents himself has a fool for a client" exists.
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