Recieved this email today from someone that wrote of our behalf. I have sent three emails to the US consult with no response.
Thank you for your inquiry.
The incidents you have described involving the Betor’s are unfortunate and in no way condoned. While we are sensitive to this matter, a U.S. visa unfortunately cannot be provided to someone with an American Citizen or U.S. Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) family member if he does/would not qualify for it under normal circumstances. (I would love to know the normal circumstances, cause I would think he is above normal in his qualifications) However, Mr. Betor can be assured that his passport will be returned immediately with our apologies once our colleagues in Haiti recover it. (I will keep you posted since they have no way to contact us)
Currently, all normal nonimmigrant visa operations at the U.S. Embassy in Port Au Prince have been suspended until further notice. All available resources are currently focused on assisting American citizens,(how can they assist you when they will not talk to you ) and it is unclear when nonimmigrant visa operations will resume. Once restored however, this information will be made available on our website at www.travel.state.gov, and on the Embassy’s website at http://haiti.usembassy.gov/.
We regret that our response could not be more positive, however we hope this information may be helpful.
Visa Specialist/vrw Public Inquiries Division
Public and Diplomatic Liaison
U.S. Department of State