Can my K1 visa get denied because my mom is na illegal inmigrant?

Years ago I got my J1 visa , after that I got my Tourist visa and now Im in process to get the K1 visa.
When I applied for the J1 and Tourist visa , I didnt say I had family in the USA . I was Reading about the ‘misrepresentation’ , can I get denied because I dint discloused that information in my previous VISA?

Asked on December 14, 2017 under Immigration Law, California


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Answered 3 years ago | Contributor

No, it should not really have any impact on your K-1 visa since the requirements and criteria for obtaining this visa are very different from the previous visas.  You should just disclose whatever you are asked at the time of the interview as it pertains to your situation.

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