I have received a letter from Service Center Director that says my visa petition appeal is dismissed. Then on the bottom it say I the petitioner may file a new visa on the beneficiary's behalf that is supported by the evidence necessary to establish eligibility under the immigration laws, including DNA evidence. Does that mean I have to re file the Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative and pay the fee that goes along with this form and submit a DNA proof? Thank you for reading my questions and I hope to hear from you soon.
It does appear that you can try again, but I recommend speaking to an immigration attorney first. If your petition was denied the first time, you should consult with someone who can help you figure out how to avoid this happening again, before wasting more of your time and money.
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Once your appeal is dismissed you have to refile. But see an attorney to figure this out. You were already denied twice. You need help.
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I agree with my colleagues. It seems that you can try again, ... but ... please do yourself a favor and call an immigration lawyer first. Many offer free telephone consultations. You have nothing to lose in those circumstances. If you appreciate the time spent preparing this answer, kindly consider marking it BEST ANSWER or HELPFUL. Good luck to you.
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Yes that means you can re-file. But since it was denied once (including dismissal of your appeal), I strongly recommend that you hire an immigration attorney to handle the process. Because of the previous denial, USCIS will closely scrutinize the new case.
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