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I did not use a Marriage Broker

I did not use a Marriage Broker

Question: I filed a Fiancée Petition, Request for Evidence need all kinds of answers regarding a Marriage Broker and other items about my criminal history? What do I do?

Answer: The law recently promulgated laws regarding Marriage Broker. On January 5, 2006, the President signed the Violence Against Women and Department of Justice Reauthorization Act of 2005.
IMBRA provides that a pleader for a K nonimmigrant visa for an alien fiancé (e) (K-1) or alien spouse, (K-3) must submit with his or her Form I-129F information on any criminal convictions of the pleader
“specified crimes”:
Domestic violence, Sexual assault, Child abuse and neglect, Dating Violence, Elder abuse and stalking. Homicide, Murder, Manslaughter, Rape, Abusive sexual contact, Sexual exploitation, Incest, Torture, Trafficking, Peonage, Holding hostage, Involuntary servitude, Slave trade, Kidnapping, Abduction, Unlawful criminal restraint, False imprisonment, Or an attempt to commit any of these crimes.
Crimes relating to a controlled substance or alcohol,
and where such crimes did not arise from a single act.

I did not use a Marriage Broker

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Question: Are there other control?

Answer: Yes. These control do not apply to pleader for a K nonimmigrant visa for an alien spouse (K-3). The provisions of IMBRA became effective sixty days after the date of enactment. Or March 6, 2006, the succeeding paragraphs provide guidance on processing the held cases and new filings of Form I-129F.

Question: Why did I receive a Request for Evidence?

Answer: Any K-1 Fiancée Petition filed after March 6, 2006, that does not include the answers and information required under IMBRA to get such information.

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