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Posted 16 October 2008 - 03:11 PM

i called DOS again , and the first question lady asked me have u submitted new passport ? i told her , embassy never called me , she told me please contact embassy for that , i told her anything else you are seeing in my case , she said NO , all i can see " passport requested" so please submit your passport to the embassy

now i really dont know how to contact embassy , in which way , they dont pick up the phone , they dont let any one to come to embassy , they dont reply of emails and they have also not contacted me ...................

embassy is acting like devil.gif

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Posted 16 October 2008 - 04:14 PM

Bring you ap 221g slip and tell them that the embassy requested your passport. They should let you in with that information. IT is worth a try. It says that you need that to reenter the embassy.

QUOTE (chaingang @ Oct 16 2008, 04:11 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
i called DOS again , and the first question lady asked me have u submitted new passport ? i told her , embassy never called me , she told me please contact embassy for that , i told her anything else you are seeing in my case , she said NO , all i can see " passport requested" so please submit your passport to the embassy

now i really dont know how to contact embassy , in which way , they dont pick up the phone , they dont let any one to come to embassy , they dont reply of emails and they have also not contacted me ...................

embassy is acting like devil.gif

mad.gif mad.gif

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Posted 16 October 2008 - 04:33 PM

Yes try that!!! Good Luck!!!

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Posted 16 October 2008 - 04:41 PM

QUOTE (Nita&Assaad @ Oct 16 2008, 04:33 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Yes try that!!! Good Luck!!!

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guess what guys my friend went to embassy 3 days ago and he told me they dont let any one to embassy with out having appointment letter, thats the biggest f********* up ***, he told me all they say please dont come here we will contact once process is completed , people sitting in islamabad embassy are super duper a************ h**********l**********sss , i dont know where they are trained in first world or in amazon jungle that dont even know how to talk ???
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Posted 16 October 2008 - 04:43 PM

QUOTE (MrsJibowu @ Oct 16 2008, 04:14 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Bring you ap 221g slip and tell them that the embassy requested your passport. They should let you in with that information. IT is worth a try. It says that you need that to reenter the embassy.

QUOTE (chaingang @ Oct 16 2008, 04:11 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
i called DOS again , and the first question lady asked me have u submitted new passport ? i told her , embassy never called me , she told me please contact embassy for that , i told her anything else you are seeing in my case , she said NO , all i can see " passport requested" so please submit your passport to the embassy

now i really dont know how to contact embassy , in which way , they dont pick up the phone , they dont let any one to come to embassy , they dont reply of emails and they have also not contacted me ...................

embassy is acting like devil.gif

mad.gif mad.gif



I agree if they requested the passport then they either can't reach you through phone or they mailed you at whatever permanent address you have and you didn't get that. most likely they didn't do anything of that sort so you have to take the initiative and take your 221g form and say the embassy requested my passport. If they turn you back then that means they want you to submit it at a later time as if you hadn't called DOS, you wouldn't know about it.

I don't know if you are back in Pakistan or not but if you are then make that trip to the embassy.
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Posted 16 October 2008 - 04:49 PM

QUOTE (tammy2688 @ Oct 16 2008, 04:43 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
QUOTE (MrsJibowu @ Oct 16 2008, 04:14 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Bring you ap 221g slip and tell them that the embassy requested your passport. They should let you in with that information. IT is worth a try. It says that you need that to reenter the embassy.

QUOTE (chaingang @ Oct 16 2008, 04:11 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
i called DOS again , and the first question lady asked me have u submitted new passport ? i told her , embassy never called me , she told me please contact embassy for that , i told her anything else you are seeing in my case , she said NO , all i can see " passport requested" so please submit your passport to the embassy

now i really dont know how to contact embassy , in which way , they dont pick up the phone , they dont let any one to come to embassy , they dont reply of emails and they have also not contacted me ...................

embassy is acting like devil.gif

mad.gif mad.gif



I agree if they requested the passport then they either can't reach you through phone or they mailed you at whatever permanent address you have and you didn't get that. most likely they didn't do anything of that sort so you have to take the initiative and take your 221g form and say the embassy requested my passport. If they turn you back then that means they want you to submit it at a later time as if you hadn't called DOS, you wouldn't know about it.

I don't know if you are back in Pakistan or not but if you are then make that trip to the embassy.

yeah thats true , no harm in try , thats also true , but i hope they are thinking what i am thinking that is issuing me visa tongue.gif not any more ap/ar #######
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Posted 16 October 2008 - 05:03 PM

QUOTE (chaingang @ Oct 16 2008, 05:49 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
QUOTE (tammy2688 @ Oct 16 2008, 04:43 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
QUOTE (MrsJibowu @ Oct 16 2008, 04:14 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Bring you ap 221g slip and tell them that the embassy requested your passport. They should let you in with that information. IT is worth a try. It says that you need that to reenter the embassy.

QUOTE (chaingang @ Oct 16 2008, 04:11 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
i called DOS again , and the first question lady asked me have u submitted new passport ? i told her , embassy never called me , she told me please contact embassy for that , i told her anything else you are seeing in my case , she said NO , all i can see " passport requested" so please submit your passport to the embassy

now i really dont know how to contact embassy , in which way , they dont pick up the phone , they dont let any one to come to embassy , they dont reply of emails and they have also not contacted me ...................

embassy is acting like devil.gif

mad.gif mad.gif



I agree if they requested the passport then they either can't reach you through phone or they mailed you at whatever permanent address you have and you didn't get that. most likely they didn't do anything of that sort so you have to take the initiative and take your 221g form and say the embassy requested my passport. If they turn you back then that means they want you to submit it at a later time as if you hadn't called DOS, you wouldn't know about it.

I don't know if you are back in Pakistan or not but if you are then make that trip to the embassy.

yeah thats true , no harm in try , thats also true , but i hope they are thinking what i am thinking that is issuing me visa tongue.gif not any more ap/ar #######


Chaingang,

I know what u mean about they wont answer the phone, my fiance has tryed to call them several times during this whole process and only managed to get thur twice. I do have a suggestion if they turn you away, have the USC send them a email, they have been pretty good at answering most of my emails. Godd Luck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hang in there Buddy the visa is coming!!!!!
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Posted 16 October 2008 - 09:27 PM

chiangang

im sure ur visa is coming!! its just a matter of them contacting you!!

please do try to visit embassy and see what they say with ur 221 g letter...

or u can even ask them to look up ur case, so they can see the note to send passport, and may accept ur passport...

keep us posted!

good luck im so happy for you

things are moving good this week for us, mashAllah...

tammy i hope u hear some good news too!! inshAllah!!
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Posted 17 October 2008 - 01:17 AM

QUOTE (hyd617 @ Oct 16 2008, 09:27 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
chiangang

im sure ur visa is coming!! its just a matter of them contacting you!!

please do try to visit embassy and see what they say with ur 221 g letter...

or u can even ask them to look up ur case, so they can see the note to send passport, and may accept ur passport...

keep us posted!

good luck im so happy for you

things are moving good this week for us, mashAllah...

tammy i hope u hear some good news too!! inshAllah!!



thank you so much guys for give me courage this means alot to me , well i am trying to send them letter if they dont reply me back of my email then i will go for sure to embassy to talk to them and find out what the heck is going on ?
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Posted 17 October 2008 - 04:20 AM

QUOTE (chaingang @ Oct 17 2008, 01:17 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
QUOTE (hyd617 @ Oct 16 2008, 09:27 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
chiangang

im sure ur visa is coming!! its just a matter of them contacting you!!

please do try to visit embassy and see what they say with ur 221 g letter...

or u can even ask them to look up ur case, so they can see the note to send passport, and may accept ur passport...

keep us posted!

good luck im so happy for you

things are moving good this week for us, mashAllah...

tammy i hope u hear some good news too!! inshAllah!!



thank you so much guys for give me courage this means alot to me , well i am trying to send them letter if they dont reply me back of my email then i will go for sure to embassy to talk to them and find out what the heck is going on ?



got email reply today that that is auto response , i got from them



Thank you for contacting the Immigration Visa Unit at the U.S. Embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan. Please see the information below for answers to the questions we most often receive from the public. If your questions are not answered after reading these FAQs, you may contact us at PAKIVQUERY@STATE.GOV

Please include your CASE ID. Your case ID begins with "ISL" followed by 10 digits.

If your question is about administrative processing, please refer to Item 1 in the section 'After the Interview.'

Please note that if you send a question to PAKIVQUERY@STATE.GOV that is answered by the items listed below, you will not receive a reply.

Thank you.

U.S. Embassy Islamabad
Consular Section
Immigration Visa Unit
Pakistan


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


1. I understand that my case number should begin with "ISL" and be followed by a 10-digit number. How do I find my case number?

The Applicant or Petitioner may contact the National Visa Center in order to obtain the case number. They may also send an email to PAKIVQUERY@STATE.GOV with the full name and date of birth for the applicant, and it may be possible for us to assist.

2. I need to update my address and/or phone number. How do I do this?

The Applicant or Petitioner is required to send a signed written request via fax at +92-51-2822632.

3. My case has been approved by the National Visa Center. My file has been transferred to the U.S. Embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan. What do I do next?

Please wait patiently. The Applicant or Petitioner should receive an "instruction packet" labeled 3.5 once the file has been reviewed by the embassy. This process can take 2-3 weeks. The instruction packet 3.5 will be sent to the applicant at his/her mailing address. If you do not receive your packet 3.5 after one month, please write to PAKIVQUERY@STATE.GOV with your case number, and the name of the applicant.

4. What is my priority date?

Your priority date is the date on which your petition was filed with U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS). The table below indicates which priority dates are "current," meaning that there are visas available. If your priority date is earlier than the date listed below for your visa classification, then your case is considered "current." The most up-to-date Priority Date Table can be found at http://travel.state....letin_1360.html

IMMIGRANT VISA NUMBERS FOR OCTOBER 2008


SYMBOL PRIORITY DATE CATEGORY

Pakistan & Others India Family Categories

F1 15-APR-2002 15-APR-2002 Unmarried Son & Daughter of U.S. Citizen
F2A 01-JAN-2004 01-JAN-2004 Spouse & Children of Permanent Resident
F2B 15-DEC-1999 15-DEC-1999 Unmarried Son & Daughter of Permanent Resident
F3 22-JUN-2000 22-JUN-2000 Married Son & Daughter of U.S. Citizen
F4 22-OCT-1997 22-MAY-1997 Brother & Sister of U.S. Citizen
FX 01-MAY-2001 01-MAY-2001 Spouse & children of Legalized Beneficiary

Pakistan & Others India Employment Categories

E1 C C Priority Workers
E2 C 01-APR-2003 Professionals with Advanced Degrees or Exceptional Ability
E3 01-JAN-2005 01-JUL-2001 Skilled Workers with Baccalaureate Degree
E4 C C Certain Special Immigrants
EW 01-JAN-2003 01-JAN-2003 Other Workers
SR U U Professional Religious Workers
C5 C C Employment Creation
T5 C C Employment Creation in Targeted Area


5. My priority date is current. What do I do now?

The Applicant or Petitioner may contact the U.S. Embassy at PAKIVQUERY@STATE.GOV with the applicant's current mailing address and telephone number in Pakistan. Once we have received this, we will send the instruction packet 3.5 to the applicant.

6. I am preparing for my interview. What documents do I need to submit to the U.S. Embassy?

In order to process the case and schedule applicants for their interviews, we require the following documents. All documents should be submitted in their original form along with an English translation and photocopies. The instruction packet 3.5 cover letter must accompany all documents. Interviews will not be scheduled until all documents have been received by the U.S. Embassy and have been fully completed by the applicants and petitioners. Incomplete documents and forms will delay the scheduling of your interview.

Please submit these documents via our approved courier service (American Express) (List enclosed in packet 3.5):

* DS 230 Part I for all applicants (all questions must be answered)
* DS 230 Part II for all applicants (all questions must be answered)
* Visa Photos for all applicants (Front view, 2x2 inches, white or off-white background, unaltered)
* Police Certificate(s) for every applicant over 16 from all the places where the applicant has lived in Pakistan for more than 6 months after reaching the age of 16 years. Police certificates are required from all places outside Pakistan where the applicant lived for one year or more after reaching age 16.
* Birth Certificates from the Union Council for all applicants along with English translations. If the birth was not registered, a sworn Affidavit of birth on a proper stamp paper from applicant's close relative(s) or family friend(s). This is required for every applicant. The original birth certificate of the petitioner is also required when the immigrant petition is based on a parent /child or sibling relationship.
* Marriage Certificates from the Union Council along with English translations (for the principal applicant) .
* Divorce or Death Certificates for the principal applicant from the Arbitration Council (as applicable).
* Copies of passports for all applicant(s). Please provide copies of the pages showing the issuance date of the passport and the photo of the applicant.
* I-864 Affidavit of Support, signed by the petitioner. The I-864 does not need to be resubmitted if already submitted by your Petitioner to NVC. However, if your petitioner did not submit the I-864 to NVC, you will need to submit this as well. (K visa and employment visa applicants do not need to bring the I-864, but must otherwise demonstrate that they will not require financial assistance from the U.S. government.)

After you have received your interview letter, please complete your medical report from one of our panel physicians 2 weeks prior to the interview date and bring it on the interview day.

7. I have already submitted my documents. How long will it take before I have my interview scheduled?

Once we have received your documents, we will review them. Generally, it takes approximately 2-3 weeks to review these documents. If your documents are incomplete, we will send a deficiency sheet to you with instructions on what is needed from you in order to complete your file and to schedule an interview. If you have completed all the requirements, we will send an interview letter to you.

8. When I filed a petition I was a Green Card holder. Now I am a U.S Citizen. How do I update my case?

A clear copy of petitioner's naturalization certificate or passport is required in order to upgrade the petition. The copy must be mailed (not faxed or e-mailed) to our mailing address mentioned above.


AFTER THE INTERVIEW


1. I appeared at the U.S Embassy for my interview. I was told that administrative processing is required for my case. What does this mean?

Administrative Processing is a standard procedure required by law for visa applications. It is a normal process and it does not mean anything is wrong with your case. The processing is not completed here at the U.S. Embassy and we have no control over the processing time, nor any influence on the processing. Some cases take longer to process than others; this does not necessarily mean anything is wrong with your case. Once the administrative processing has been completed, we will continue with your visa application. We will contact you to let you know when your case is complete, and will ask you to return your passport if we have not retained it. Once we have printed your visa, we will return your passport along with the visa packet via our approved courier. If it has been more than 10 months since your interview, please e-mail Pakivquery@state.gov with the date of your interview and case number. However, please note that routine administrative processing questions for cases less than 10 months will not be answered.

2. I appeared at the U.S. Embassy for my interview. I was told that I needed to provide additional documentation. What do I need to do now?

At the time of your interview, you received a blue refusal sheet with instructions telling you what to do. In most cases, applicants should obtain the requested documents or photographs and send them to the U.S. Embassy through our approved courier service. A list of the approved courier services was provided at the time of the interview.

3. I appeared at the U.S. Embassy for my interview. It was suggested that I take a DNA test. What do I do now?

In order to take a DNA test, the first step is for petitioner to submit his/her DNA samples at one of the labs listed found at:
www.aabb.org/About_the_AABB/Stds_and_Accred/aboutptlabs.htm

The lab will then send a DNA kit to the Embassy. Upon receiving the DNA kit from the lab, we will contact you to schedule your appointment for the DNA test. The test will be conducted at the U.S. Embassy. This process takes several months to complete.

4. I appeared at the U.S. Embassy for my interview. I was told that my case has been suspended and the Embassy has sent a request for revocation. What does that mean?

Your petition has been returned to the National Visa Center with a recommendation for revocation. This means that the consular officer who interviewed your case had concerns about the relationship that was the basis for the petition. The final determination on your case will be made by U.S. Citizenship Immigration Services (USCIS) in the United States. Questions about a case that has been returned with a request for revocation should be referred to the U.S. Citizenship Immigration Services (USCIS) office where the petition was filed originally. No appeal or reinstatement request will be processed at the U.S. Embassy.



i sent them again email again by this this address PAKIVQUERY@STATE.GOV


so i am hoping they will reply me back


tammy , my address and phone number is same when i got interview letter from them , it came directly to my home , they have already my cell number , home number,home address and nothing has been changed


i think they havn't sent me anything to me or it would come , coz they use private service and private service cost us when some thing we get from embassy


once i get reply of my email i told them what dos told me so i hope i will get positive reply

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Posted 17 October 2008 - 07:13 AM

You need to walk up to the embassy with a confident positive appreciative attitude. Through your writing I can tell you are frustrated and doubtful. They will take advantage of those feelings. You state that You have this 221g and have been requested via phone to bring your passport. You do not act like you know anything differently.

Appreciative: you know they work hard at protecting the USC and you appreciate that your SO is in great hands. I know it is hard to feel that way, but it is the possitive way of looking at things.

Confident: you trust the process and you have been requested to bring in your Visa. You know nothing differently. If they do not let you in act confused and ask for suggestions like they are the GOD answer to everything. Give them the power they think they have gaurding the embassy. You will get better results that way.

Good luck.
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Posted 19 October 2008 - 02:45 AM

QUOTE (MrsJibowu @ Oct 17 2008, 07:13 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
You need to walk up to the embassy with a confident positive appreciative attitude. Through your writing I can tell you are frustrated and doubtful. They will take advantage of those feelings. You state that You have this 221g and have been requested via phone to bring your passport. You do not act like you know anything differently.

Appreciative: you know they work hard at protecting the USC and you appreciate that your SO is in great hands. I know it is hard to feel that way, but it is the possitive way of looking at things.

Confident: you trust the process and you have been requested to bring in your Visa. You know nothing differently. If they do not let you in act confused and ask for suggestions like they are the GOD answer to everything. Give them the power they think they have gaurding the embassy. You will get better results that way.

Good luck.



i got new number inshallah i will call tomorw to find out if not then for sure i will go to embassy and talk to them
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