i filed an I130 for my wife and USCIS approved it. at the interview my wife told the consular we meet through Aunty mass who my mother. she was deny because the consular assumed we are cousins.my wife calls my mother Aunt but we are not cousin neither related not even distance related. My culture people respect elders and used those expressions as respect. case return and USCIS ask for evidence before is revoke. i took a lawyer, my family members here In US provide affidavits, family back home as wel and birth certificates of my parents and my wife to proved we are not related. then USCIS reaffirmed the petition and send it back to DOS. i call them and they say is forwarded to the consulate .anybody have idea how long i will be waiting and is it going to be the same officer agin for interv
It depends on the consulate you are dealing with. Some consulates are busier than others. Generally speaking, you're probably looking at a wait of a few months. In my experience, after visas have been denied and returned to USCIS where they are reaffirmed, the second visa interview is often conducted by a different officer.
It will take several months to go back to embassy. You could meet with the same officer. You could ask to speak with a supervisor if you think the officer is biased.This must be done in a respectful manner. You would be best served talking with your lawyer as he.she know s the facts of your case and he /she can prep you for the interview
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