If my husband was never charged with anything, why is he being denied his visa? Posted on August 09, 2011

My husband, born in Honduras, was here in Minnesota for twenty years. Ten years ago, he was brought in for possessing a very small amount of cocaine. In order for him to get the money back they confiscated, he agreed to work with the police on a couple of cases as an informant. No charges were ever presented, no court, not on record, etc. Consulate in Honduras accused him of being a drug dealer and denied his chance of ever getting his visa. Even with a supporting letter from Minneapolis police, that states my husband was not involved in any sort of drug trafficking, they are sticking to the denial. Any suggestions? This through us for a loop, to say the least

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