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Pls I need ur kind advice, my friend wanted to visit the states with his wife on 15th June, so when they went for the interview it went like this, the consular, are u married? A yes, when? Q are u pregnant? A yes, Where are u going to? A NYC, Q have u traveled before? he answered yes Q where , A Thailand, Cambodia, etc Q for what ?A Business, Q have u traveled together before, A no, Q how much do u earn, A ... Q can I see ur bank statement ? A yes, the consular took some time to look at the bank statement then told them to return on Tuesday so my friend ask her on Tuesday ? She said yes but hold on for there call first, the consular took there bank statement then returned there passport and gave them a yellow paper which the consular checked the administrative processing box, the interview took place last weeks of may 2015 at Abuja Nigeria, till date they have not received any mail / call ,what do I advice them, kind advice please

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Administrative processing has no time limit, I'm sure they are checking everything that they answered during the interview, they could email the embassy, or wait for the call, but I will say if his wife is pregnant that maybe means of trouble how far along is she? Giving birth in the U.S. Is tricky and the Emabssy is not gonna let that happen

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Thanks Mrs Bonsu, I thought as much considering the fact that the may want to carry a text on her so she said yes, they said she about 2 months as at d time of interview, meanwhile what do u think that made the consular to take there bank statement after d interview? They said she asked them how long will they spend in the states they said 2 weeks, then do u think the consular never wanted to give them the visa so why did she place there case under administrative processing? Thanks , I will advice them to write to the embassy.

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You have to show proof of income, for certain visas, I had to show proof to petition for my husband from Ghana, and I'm not saying your friends are such but because of past actions from some people it's hard to get tourist visas to US especially from places that are considered third world countries they feel like they will come and stay illegally, they should be be able to email the Emabssy just go to their website and see what they say is the best way to contact them I don't have time to look it up I start work in a few minutes, but if you can't find it let me know and I will post for later today

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