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IR1 reaffirmed but some confusion

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Case was denied at the embassy December 2015 send back to USCIS in FEBRUARY 2016. Got the NOIR in August, submitted everything out by September. The case reaffirmed by USCIS send to DOS. heres where the confusion comes in. I called DOS/NVC they told me they sent it back to USCIS in November 2016 but my spouse has the interview this month. So if the case is still at USCIS why did they call my spouse in for another interview? They notified my spouse by cellphone. The embassy did not let me know anything. And only gave the interview 2 weeks in advance

a couple outcomes could be:

They will issue the visa and request a new police certificate and medical examination. Of course after the second interview.

They will deny the visa and possibly give the black stamp (banning from entering the US)

Now before you all ask what the the reason for denial, is it possible that they reaffirmed but then changed their minds? I am confused as to why it is still in USCIS and not at the embassy with only 2 weeks before the interview. Thanks all

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******* Moving from IR-1 Progress Reports to AP forum for more answers *******

It's possible but unlikely; more likely that if you spoke to a callcenter drone at NVC, they gave the wrong info,

Were you not asked to re-do the medical and policed cert before the interview? That is a bit strange.

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From what I have been told its normal to have the second interview and once approved told to get the medical redone and submit before they issue the visa. As for why they say your file is at USCIS there is no telling. I am sure most of the time they have no idea where the files are, but I doubt they would schedule your interview without having your file.

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