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My mother wants to visit me in USA.

She applied three days ago. The counselor asked her some questions and gave her a yellow page and my mother asked does this mean that i will get he visa the counselor said yes. The yellow page says the following:

Further action on your case has been suspender under section 221(g) of the USA immigration and nationality act, pending the receipt and review of the information and

document below. Please provide the additional supplement information and document below within a year of your application date. Otherwise you will be required to submit a new application and pay the fee again. Upon receipt of your response, we can continue processing your application. Detailed and complete answers will enable us to processing your application. Detailed and complete answers will enable us to process your case quickly

Please submit this information via aramex

Please return with this information any business day between 7;30 am and 9,00

-all previous passport

-children’s name written in English in passport

-bank statement from last six months

-original 1-20/ds-2019/sevis receipt

-name of contact person, phone number and full address in the United States

-personal interview required


Your case requires additional administrative processing .this normal takes between 8 and 12 weeks. in order to get an update on your case you may start checking the following website 2 weeks after the date of your interview :(http://amman.usembassy.gov/int_dev/niv_stat.asp).

if you do not see an update within twelve weeks of your interview ,please e-mail responseamman@state.gov ,please include your name as it appears on your passport, passport number and the date of today's interview on all correspondence with us.

My mother went to ask the next day and the people at the reception told her she doesn't need to submit anything just check online for her status and that's it.

My mother need to go back to Iraq after five days.

I'm not sure what we should do. Does she need to submit these information? do you need her to be there in person again? Or just go with what the Embassy ppl at the reception say? Does it mean that she is approve and you just need more time to process? Is it true that it will take two to three months

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