I've applied visa fiancé and in this time I married before new ir1 visa
This office regrets to inform you that it is unable to issue a visa to you because you have been found ineligible to receive a visa under the following section(s) of the immigration and Nationality Act . The information contained in the paragraphs marked with "x" pertain to your visa application. Please disregard the unmarked paragraphs :
Section (212)(a)(6)(c)(I) misrepresentation of marital status in prior case
You are eligible to apply for a waiver of the ground(s) of ineligibility.
.warning: IF YOU FAIL TO TAKE THE ACTION REQUESTED WITHIN ONE YEAR FOLLOWING VISA DENIAL UNDER SECTION 221 (G) of THE IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT, SECTION 223(G) OF THE ACT REQUIRES THAT YOUR APPLICATION BE CANCELED.
You should meet with an experienced immigration attorney to determine your best course of action and to assist you with filing a waiver. Also, it sounds like you may need to divorce your prior spouse or provide additional supporting documentation that this has been done. Time is of the essence and you should move quickly.
You are probably going to need to hire a good immigration lawyer to sort this out. The embassy is saying you lied at some point about your marital status when applying for a visa. Lying about important facts to get a visa makes you ineligible to immigrate to the United States. A good lawyer can help you figure out if there is any basis to contest the embassy's conclusion that you lied, and if there is not, can help you file the application for the waiver of inadmissibility that the embassy's letter mentions. This waiver, if granted, allows people who have lied in the past to get a visa immigrate to the U.S. anyway if they can show that their U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident spouse or parent would suffer extreme hardship if they cannot immigrate.
Please see an immigration attorney to discuss your case specifics. Your situation requires an attorney soon.
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