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    2+ months since interview - passinfo says pending
    12:22 pm today


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    Hi everyone - husband and I had our interview on March 5th. Interviewer was fine, we did great, went smoothly. My husband came over on asylum before we met and she said that could hold our marriage case up.

    fast forward to May 23, no word yet. We did an infopass appointment last week and they said our case was pending. Anyone ever experience this or have any tips/insight? They told him to wait a month before making another infopass or going to asylum office. Thanks.

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    11:46 am today


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    Administrative Process
    11:40 am today

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    My fianc attended her interview on April 25. She said that the interview went well. She was given a 221g (green slip) for her to submit police records for Nicaragua and Panama. We sent the documents in. The embassy received the documents on May 18th. The department of state website posted on May 18th that they had received her application and for her to check back in two days. On May 22, the department of state website posted the following:

    Your visa case is currently undergoing necessary administrative processing. This processing can take several weeks. Please follow any instructions provided by the Consular Officer at the time of your interview. If further information is needed, you will be contacted. If your visa application is approved, it will be processed and mailed/available within two business days.

    For more information, please visit TRAVEL.STATE.GOV.
    What does this mean? Administrative processing can be scary from what I understand...
    Thank you all!

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    Question about waivers and extreme hardship
    11:39 am today


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    OK maybe I am misunderstanding this completely but I am very confused. Hypothetical scenario, say someone has their visa denied because of minor drug offense from long ago. The embassy says this offense is eligible for a waiver. So now the applicant has to prove extreme hardship for the waiver to be approved???? The extreme hardship would qualify for an expedite, I thought. Most people do not fit the extreme hardship category. So although they are eligible for a waiver they probably won't get it. If I am completely wrong please explain to me what I am missing.

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    Question about the copy of the birth certificate from petitioner k1 visa
    11:36 am today


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    I made a photocopy of my birth certificate, front and back, but the seal doesn't appear on the photocopies, is it a problem ? And what can I do about it ?

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