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I have a question, my Fiance and her daughter went to the Visa interview on 8/29. They each have DS-160 filled under the same number

but with at 01 SYD or 02 SYD at the end, after the interview, I needed to send an i-134 Affidavit of Support because I had used the wrong

form. My Fiance's status on CEAC changed to Administrative Processing while her daughter (who is 20) stayed at Ready. Today, Her daughter's

changed to Administrative Processing as well. Then in the afternoon. My Fiance's changed to ISSUED and her daughter's stayed

Administrative Processing. We got notification that my Fiance's passport was being sent via courier . 

 

My question is would they put her daughter's in the same package? or would they ISSUE hers and not the daughter? I am not sure what

to think of this. It may be that they are together and will arrive Monday together or it could be that her daughter's is still being processed and

we may hear something Monday.

 

Has anyone had a similar experience?

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It's possible they didn't update CEAC to show ISSUED as well, but most likely they just haven't finished processing those cases.

 

Monday is a US holiday so the embassy is likely closed.

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Thanks, that is what we are hoping :-) as soon as the visa comes they will be headed over to enter the US then

married and  application for change of status. Should all happen before her daughter is 21 (fingers crossed)

 

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Contacted the Embassy  and they said my daughters  passport  is yet to be Issued. We applied  and interviewed together  so I thought our Visas/passports would be sent together .  This isn't  the case. Hoping  her CEAC changes from AP to ISSUED very soon.

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