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September 17, 2005

FAQ: K-1 denial and 212 wavier

Free Question: I had a short question regarding immigration. A friend of mine referred me to you who had previously used your services. She highly recommends you and speaks the world of you.

A friend of mine needs to file the I-212 waiver. She was denied the K-1 visa in Brazil and they told her she needs to send the I-212 waiver to where she was removed. She was denied entry at Dulles airport. Does she mail the I-212 waiver and hardship letter to the USCIS office closest to Dulles?

Free Answer: the correct place to file the waiver is the consulate where she was denied on the K-1 visa.

Posted by VisaLawyer at September 17, 2005 09:23 AM


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