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Dear all, HELP

my joy of finally hearing about the interview dates being scheduled was so contagious that I called the NVC too. My CC was on 13th of May. I got it confirmed twice by phone and by e-mail too. Today I was expecting the great news about my interview date, but instead I got the answer my case is "under administrative processing". No explanation, nothing. The rep Rusty said he can not give any of the information. What is going on? What does it mean? Our case is pure clean, I have overstay 14 years ago, my ban is over long time ago, I was able to visit my husband in the USA twice during the last two years on the VWP.

Am I in trouble? Does it happen at the NVC wile on CR-1 process? HELP, please!

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Dear all, HELP

my joy of finally hearing about the interview dates being scheduled was so contagious that I called the NVC too. My CC was on 13th of May. I got it confirmed twice by phone and by e-mail too. Today I was expecting the great news about my interview date, but instead I got the answer my case is "under administrative processing". No explanation, nothing. The rep Rusty said he can not give any of the information. What is going on? What does it mean? Our case is pure clean, I have overstay 14 years ago, my ban is over long time ago, I was able to visit my husband in the USA twice during the last two years on the VWP.

Am I in trouble? Does it happen at the NVC wile on CR-1 process? HELP, please!

what does your visa status say on ceac?

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If anybody is interested: after a sleepless horrible night my husband called the NVC today. He didn't bring up the "AP case" to the rep and was told that my interview is being scheduled on the 28th of July, and that I will receive an e-mail soon. I won't believe it till I get the verification by e-mail. I sincerely hope it is over though.

Thanks everyone for their input.

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