Can my petitioner fiance from USA withdraw fiancee visa application without beneficiaries signature or approval
A fiancé might inquire by calling USCIS to know status of the filing.
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A petitioner (or their lawyer) is really the only one who can withdraw this type of petition. they can do so without any input from the person being sponsored.
Without the case number, it may prove difficult to find this out from USCIS.
Here's the bigger issue: you appear to be engaged to someone who, at the least, you don't trust to have not withdrawn the case without telling you. This seems to me a pretty big concern. IF the case is still pending, is ultimately approved, you still need to go through a process to get the final card after getting to the US and marrying that can take almost a year. Then after two years with that green card, you would need to file jointly to remove conditions and get an unrestricted, ten-year green card. this process takes almost a year and a half right now.
So, we're looking at four and a half years after the K-1 is approved that you would essentially need to still be together before your future as an immigrant to the US is secure (though if you can prove it was a bona fide relationship, it's possible to remove conditions on that basis - but this really shouldn't be the plan going in).
And that's just the immigration side of it; I'm not qualified as a relationship counselor, but I'd be very concerned that you have to ask this question at this early stage of the future-marital relationship.
I would really examine whether you feel this relationship is sustainable.
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