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Still waiting for status change from Ready to AP

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I had my K-1 interview at Dhaka U.S Embassy Nov. 28th where I was given a green paper 221 (g) that stated "Additional Processing" was needed. I have checked my status on the CEAC site and it still says "Ready". I noticed the dated was updated on Dec 1st, 8th, and 18th. The CO kept my passport, police certificate, and birth certificate at interview. I think my interview went ok. Not too many questions were asked. Just wondering why have my status not change to AP at least?

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Was everything listed on the 221 completed?

Has it ever changed to AP? When was the last time you've checked status?

There was not requested. The only thing said on the paper was additional processing. It has never changed from ready. I check it everyday.

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