Filing I-130 after K1 Visa Denial
I am so confused and really scared. Need some advise fast because I'm losing my mind. Last October, My K1 petition was denied at the US Embassy in Dominican Republic. It was denied because When I filed in April 2010 I did not have my fiancé's divorce certificate and sent the original court documents signed by the Judge and translated into English. It was approved 68days without RFE's at VSC. Well his Original Divorce certificate was printed 4 months later based on the date of the hearing. But it read "registered on June 15 of the year 2010 is the divorce signed and dated on February 24 2010." When I went to the interview they refused my then fiancés visa because the CO stated he was married at the time of the petition. I tried to explain to him that I filed with the court order and he would not listen. I asked why was it approved in Vermont and he said because I lied. I lied?!!! They had the original court documents!!! We were under the impression he was divorced the date the judge signed the divorced order.
Well anyway, I married my fiancé 4months later. I did not know they sent cases back to USCIS I received a notice in March 2011 saying that on February 24 2011 USCIS had received my file back from the DOS for review and that they would contact me if they needed anything.(It does not say intent to deny or Revoke anywhere, just back for review) Since I was married I sent them a letter that same day stating I was not interested in the review because I was married, had filed I-130 and would like to withdraw my petition. 2 weeks later they sent me another letter saying the approval had been automatically terminated per my request.
THIS IS MY CONCERN:
I had no idea consulates put a P6C marker on the beneficiary's file.If I withdrew the case after the USCIS received it back from the consulate, do they still put the marker on it? Or does the DOS or USCIS place inadmissibility? What are the chances my husband's CR1 being denied?
I appreciate your response :)