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Below the message is from the embassy. Will it most likely to be revoked? --We regret to inform you that after a careful review of your visa application, you have been found ineligible for a O1 visa. After the careful review of your application, the adjudicating consular officer determined that you do not appear to qualify for the O visa classification. In order to receive an O1 visa, an individual must demonstrate extraordinary ability as evidenced by sustained national or international acclaim or a record of extraordinary achievement. During the visa interview followed by a further review on your documents, you were unable to demonstrate to that your educational and professional work experience was truly reflective of this standard.
We have therefore returned the I129s petition to Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services with the recommendation that the petition be revoked. Please forward any inquiries you may have concerning your case to USCIS.
Cases returned to USCIS are placed in 221g (pending) status and remain that way until the Embassy receives either a notice of reaffirmation of the petition, or a notice of revocation, from USCIS. Consequently, the consular section at the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo is no longer actively adjudicating this visa application.