In the first part of 2019 fiance visa denial rates , nationwide, are about 50% of the cases filed. This is due to the overall higher scrutiny , under the current administration, that USCIS as a whole is giving fiance visa cases and other immigration cases. Seemingly minor mistakes are causing many of these cases to be delayed, or worse, denied.
Our office’s denial rate is about 1%. Nearly 100% of the cases that we have filed in 2019 have been approved.
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