Im a US citizen and I petioned my wife who lives in the Dominican republic. We met through my daughter and her son who are married, because of this we had problems in the interview and our visa was denied. PLEASE HELP!!
Denials of visas at a consular post are not appealable.
You need to retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts and handle a refiling.
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Hard to say without seeing the actual denial. You need representation; you're asking for actual legal help instead of simple advice. Consult with a lawyer ASAP. Don't automatically jump for an appeal - that is not always the right answer. Sometimes it is better to refile.
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Get a lawyer to timely formulate and file an appeal!
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Overseas denials are not appealable. You need a lawyer to review the denial, go over your facts and refile a better application.
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