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narrissa     05/29/2015 17:49 PM

My fiancé was denied in April 23, 2015 in the Philippines. The reason for denial is under section 221g. and being returned to the USCIS. We were both heartbroken for we both are eager to get married and spend our life together here in the USA. I thought it’s because it is real, that there will be no problem getting a visa. I even purchased him a plane ticket to travel in May 15 and plan to get married in May 22, 2015
I met my fiancé in 2011.
In 2012, my daughter has decided to have a wedding in my hometown in the Philippines. I built a house before we all went home for the wedding.
Since nobody will live at my newly built house, first asked my fiancé (no relationship yet at that time) a favor to go to my house to turn on the light at night and turn off in the morning. After few weeks, people are saying that if my house will not be occupied, ghost or bad spirit will live there. I asked my fiancé to please sleep at my house. I gave him 50 pesos every day or 1500 a month to pay for his transportation back and forth to his house. Although Bible Study has begun at my house every Saturday, still there has to be somebody to live there. I did not consider him as a caretaker, because I just asked a favor to let him stay at my house just for the bad spirit not to occupy. Since people are telling him that he was my caretaker, he then considered himself as a caretaker.
In April 2014 I went home again for my yearly Gift Giving to the less fortunate children. Because of the qualities I have seen in him, (quiet, shy, polite, honest and caring, soft spoken), he won my trust. At my age of 65, it would be impossible and embarrassing that I might fall in love to a 40 years old man, never had a girlfriend but love his mom so dearly, that impressed me. I did not pay attention of my feeling, all I know was I was very happy when he was around and that I miss him. He doesn’t know how to express his love to a woman, never had experienced. It all started with a joke and mutual understanding was established. I found in him the qualities of a man that I want to spend the remaining years of my life. I came back to the USA in May 2014. Due to age difference, my religious belief and culture, my reputation I need to control and protect myself not too show too much closeness not until after the marriage.
It was then that I felt that I really was in love with him. To me, i am still embarrassed but this is my real feeling. I can’t believe that i will fall in love again and yet to a young man. I missed him so much that I went back in October 2014, not only to spend the All Saint’s day but to see him. We were both so happy together; we were together the whole duration of my 2 week vacation. I came back to the USA in November and I told him that I want to marry him here in the USA. He was so happy because he thought that we will just live together in the Philippines when I retire. I cannot without marriage. I can’t afford to be hurt or heartbroken.
In December of 2014, our first Christmas and New Year Celebration together. At my age, now I realized that all I want is to have peace and joy in the remaining years of my life. He always tells me that he never thought that he’s going to have a chance to be married. He is always grateful that someone whom he secretly admired could notice him. I can’t believe what love can do. I went to the Philippines 3 times in 2014. THERE IS NOTHING IMPOSSIBLE WITH GOD.

The 221g which my fiancé received did not say anything what we should do to prove that there is a bona fide relationship. He provided pictures, but they did not look at our bank account and phone calls, Please advise us what to do. We want to be together please help.


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