Sleep well and talk to an attorney tomorrow ... this is a semi-repeat of another question which you asked.
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I agree with my colleague. You may have options available to you but meet with an attorney to see what those options might be.
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I agree with my colleagues.
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It is good that you disclosed your relationship when applying for a B visitor visa to the U.S. Any denial of a visa will draw negative attention to your file. It causes an immigration officer to pause for a moment to look at your file and then start looking for problems. The visa denials are a small negative since you told the truth and the denials are old. I've included below some more information about applying for a B visa while dating an American.
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