fiance visa

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Country: United States of America
State: California

I am Iranian woman and I got married with an Iranian man but citizen of use. he came to Iran and we got married in Iran but he applied fiancé visa for me not marriage visa. now he left me and he doesn't want me anymore and he closed my case and i am still his wife and i really need to come over there and find him. can i go directly to usa embassy with my marrage paper and let them know about my situation. i cant divorce here by myself. i need to go to my husband. i need visa.

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You can go to the Embassy and explain yes--
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