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Hey everyone, hope u all r doing good. this is my first post here, though i been visiting this site for a while. i was denied immigrant visa (Spouse based - Oct 07) in Islamabad and given blue sheet mentioning 212 a 9 b ii under reason for denial and i was told to submit the 601 waiver and HSL. Now that i am ready with the waiver, i emailed them to reconfirm the waiver fee and they replied with the msg that my case is currently in administrative processing and they will contact the beneficiary (me) once AP is done. i emailed them back to inquire if i can submit the waiver but so far no answer.

Any one went thru this? they didn't mention anything about AP when i emailed them after my denial to chk how much time i have to file the waiver. and now they are telling me that its in AP.

Can i file the waiver while my case in AP?

Acutally i want to submit the waiver ASAP for the sake of time.

I will appreciate any help/suggestions/advices.

Thank you

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Filed: Country: Pakistan
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Yes emt103c. My wife called up the state dept and they said same thing that my case in AP but they said to file waiver its better to wait to hear something from embassy and its better if we can contact embassy in Islamabad

However getting in touch with embassy is not quite helpful, they dont pick up calls at embassy and to emails they dont reply :(

i was just wondering if i can file waiver and have waiver processing and AP running parallel, and thus save some time.

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Yes emt103c. My wife called up the state dept and they said same thing that my case in AP but they said to file waiver its better to wait to hear something from embassy and its better if we can contact embassy in Islamabad

However getting in touch with embassy is not quite helpful, they dont pick up calls at embassy and to emails they dont reply :(

i was just wondering if i can file waiver and have waiver processing and AP running parallel, and thus save some time.

I filed a 212 at the same time through a district office...consulate told me that if it was a 601 they would have to have approved everything including AP THEN they would send the 601. (My hubby's in AP for a document...)

I know you're on I2US too, have you asked this to Laurel during the chat?

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Yes i m also on the other forum but never had a chance to join laurel chat since the timings are very odd. When its day time in US its almost night here in Pak, and also due to my busyness at work. However, i m gonna have to take out time for that.

Thanx

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