I recently got back from my K1 interview. At the end, the consular officer said "everything looks good, but we just need to do some name checks. We will contact you if needs be. If you don't hear from us, that's good news and you can pick up your visa in 1 to 2 weeks."
She then gave me the pamphlet on the legal Rights Available to Immigrant Victims and said theese are my rights when in the US and said there is a number on it I should contact if I run into difficulties.
I asked if this means that my visa is approved, she said "I can't say that it is approved at this time, but if you don't hear from us, that's good news."
I'm really confused.
HOW INTERVIEW WENT
I applied for a visitor's visa in 2014 to visit my aunt.
CO: What's the name of the aunt you were going to visit in 2014
Me: Says Aunt's name
CO: Does your aunt know your fiance?
CO: How did they come to know each other?
Me: They knew each other form when they we living in Jamaica. We are all from the same community.
CO: They live very close to each other
ME: yes, same zip code
CO: How did they come to live at that address?
Me: Purely coincidence. My aunt's son filed her her and that is his address, and my Fiance and his Sister moved from Georgia to live in NY for school.
CO: When did you reconnect with your fiance after he migrated from Jamaica?
CO: When last did you see your fiance?
Me: Last month, he visited me July 14 and he left on the 23rd
After that, she kept my passport and said as I mentioned above.
I was planning to hand in my letter of resignation tomorrow, but after this ambiguous outcome today, I will have to wait.
I can't even celebrate because I don't know where I stand.
Please give me some words of advice/ encouragement