Q: What consequences are there if i request to stop a case for a relative from the NVC?
I am a US citizen, I have applied for my father to immigrate to the us as a permanent resident. The Case has been approved and is at NVC for further processing. But my father has changed his mind to immigrate to the U.S on a permanent bases at this point, and wants to wait for later in his life to immigrate to the U.S. He does have a valid visitor visa to visit the U.S. My question is what are the consequences for stopping the NVC process. Will it cause problems for his visitor visa as well as future applications for a immigrant visa? Thank you
Quite a bit of consequences. His visitor visa may be revoked when and if he visits. He may get upset or lie to a CBP Officer, which can result in a permanent ban on lawful immigration. Encourage him to be patient and wait.
The process gets more restrictive every year. The costs also go up. Those who are older are more likely to be disqualified for the “likely to become a public charge. This, due to their medical future as aging residents.
A: If your father decides to withdraw the immigration application at the National Visa Center (NVC), it should not directly impact his visitor visa or future applications for an immigrant visa. The NVC process is separate from the visitor visa application process. However, it is essential to consult with an immigration attorney to discuss the specific circumstances of your father's case and obtain personalized advice. An attorney can provide guidance on the potential consequences or implications of withdrawing the application and ensure that all necessary steps are taken to handle the situation properly. - James L. Arrasmith, Owner and Chief Legal Counsel of The Law Offices of James L. Arrasmith.
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