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What does Interview officer mean when she said she needs to request Visa?

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Hello All,

 

I had my AOS interveiw today in Dallas office. Everything went well- The officer just verified  info on I485 and asked me and my wife few questions. She didn't even ask for additional documents except for a copy marriage cert. At the end of the interview, she said that the Visa( i guess she meant immigrant visa) wasn't on the file and would need to request it and would normally take one month to receive and once she has it she can make a decision. Based on the letter she gave us it says the case in pending with USCIS and a decision will be mailed to us. I am really confused by what she meant? Has any one been on the same boat? If so could you please advise what it means? 

 

Your help/advise is much appreciated.

 

My Timeline

 

Priority Date:  Feb15, 2015

I485 Applied : November 2015

Interview date: Jan 5, 2016

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