What to do if my fiance’s visa waiver was revoked although he did not overstay?

He went back to England for a week and when he tried to return he was not allowed to board the plane. Do we have any recourse short of waiting for the K-1 to be approved?”

Asked on September 6, 2012 under Immigration Law, Virginia


Harun Kazmi / Kazmi and Sakata Attorneys at Law

Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

Hello. I would need more information. Was he coming and going a lot? If someone appears to be residing in the US based on the number of trips and length of stay on the Visa Waiver, they may be denied entry based on intent. Feel free to email me with more details for a free consultation: harun@ksvisalaw.com

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