Q: Will my wife lose her visa? Does that affect her filing?
Hello, my wife, in Jamaica tried to apply for my son's visa. They denied the visa and stated that how she got hers was not right because she had said she did not have a child with an lpr dad, but she was not asked about it and she had told them she lives with her parents and child, also that she visited me when she had told them she would visit her sister but she tried to explain my mom has cancer shortly after she got the visa so she came to visit my mom. Anyway she wants to come visit, we are about to start the filing process but are worried that if she tries to enter America they will revoke the visa at that point or turn her away? Is that possible. The filing has not been sent in we are gathering documents to start the process for her and my son. Also if it is revoked does it affect filing being successful?
A: Yes it is possible. She may be charged with misrepresentation of a few issues considered to be material. I suggest you have an experienced immigration attorney review the file before she takes any action.
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