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Greetings my fellow VJ loves,

 

It is with both joy and angst that I write this post. This morning was my fiance's interview with the Embassy in Ghana. He called explaining to me the process that he went through and shared that they asked for him to return in two weeks because they wanted to conduct, "Further investigation" of our application. I am not for certain what this means and I wanted to reach out on here for any help, insight, or wisdom as to what this may mean for us. It is especially important for me to rely on the knowledge and experience of this community and I know for sure that each case is different but if anyone can help me, I would greatly appreciate it. 

 

I would be lying if I said that I did not shed a tear this morning, because I know the relentless hours he and I have both spent, the money, and most importantly the miles and distance we spent apart just to ensure we could be together. I would also like to add that a colleague of mine who has been tremendously supportive throughout my journey inquired of today's interview and when I told her the result she mentioned that there is speculation due to the inauguration and the expectation that diplomats at the embassy will change effective immediately once he sworn in could have something to do with it. I am not a woman of rumors so I am just wanting to understand what this means.

 

I appreciate you and will continue to hold each of you in the light. My heart goes out to any one who endures this process. 

 

Thank you

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Did they keep his passport or just ask for him to return?

 

This seems some what common with Ghana embassy as well as other Africa embassies.

 

It could be a good sign, or a bad sign... 

 

Any other specifics on how he felt the interview went?

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1 hour ago, Ben&Zian said:

Did they keep his passport or just ask for him to return?

 

This seems some what common with Ghana embassy as well as other Africa embassies.

 

It could be a good sign, or a bad sign... 

 

Any other specifics on how he felt the interview went?

So I just spoke with him again to get a bit more details. He expressed that this is his first time going for a Visa and wasn't clear on the entire process or what to expect. So to your questions: He confirmed that they did keep his passport, and he did pay the Visa fee and get a receipt. Honestly, he sounded delirious because he was half sleep and said that he didn't know to expect an approval or denial. Considering the details regarding them keeping his passport I am hoping that is a good sign.

 

 

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Did he get a blue form? If so he was approved. I think I have also read of some people getting the white slip but nothing checked off and doing a second interview but still getting approved after that....Was he asked to bring in anymore evidence? Or does it just seem like a second interview? 

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I doubt your friend's speculations had one thing to do with it.  

This is common for Ghana. The very first thing that comes to mind after reading your initial post is that there may be something on his application or documents that don't add up.  I would ask him to go over the interview with you from beginning to end.  What questions did they ask him?  Is there anything he was not fully honest about?  Has he been married before, does he have children, has he applied for any other visa before?  Is there anything on his police record?

 

I don't think Ghana does stokes interview for K1s.  It is curious that they already said "come back in 2 weeks".

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