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I am wondering if anyone can help me out. Is the AP (name check) done at the NVC for the CR1's? It was my understanding that for the CR1's all of the checks were done prior to the interview. Then the visa could be issued immediately. Please help.

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chiquita,

AP = name check?

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I am wondering if anyone can help me out. Is the AP (name check) done at the NVC for the CR1's? It was my understanding that for the CR1's all of the checks were done prior to the interview. Then the visa could be issued immediately. Please help.

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chiquita,

AP = name check?

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I am wondering if anyone can help me out. Is the AP (name check) done at the NVC for the CR1's? It was my understanding that for the CR1's all of the checks were done prior to the interview. Then the visa could be issued immediately. Please help.

chiquita

Administrative processing is done on the names of all men age 18-45 from certain countries....ours is Morocco.


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From everything I have heard the NVC only checks your documents to make sure all of the "i's" are dotted and the "t's" are crossed. They don't do any sort of checking or approval. Although I can't say 100% sure.

What is the status? Do they have the I-864 and DS-230? If so, how long have they had it? I do know that they will be the one scheduling for Morocco, and their normal procedure is to hold it until they a month before your interview. That would be when they change their status that it is completed, send you an appointment letter, and forward the case to Morocco.

I hope this helps.


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Security checks are done at all levels of this process.

At USCIS (Homeland Security Department) stage, currently, NCIC, IBIS and NIIS database checks are done, with the option, if warranted, to do additional database checks.

At National Visa Center (State Department) stage, a separate independent NCIC database check is done by in-house FBI staff in connection with information supplied in the DS-230. Based on results, NVC has the option to request full fingerprints to be taken at post. NVC checks can usually be completed in 24 hours. In some limited cases involving high-risk visa applicants meeting certain specific criteria, NVC also does Security Advisory Opinions (SOAs) before sending the file to Consular Post.

At Consular stage, there are three (3) Visa Security name checks done: CONDOR, MANTIS AND MORE ANOTHER NCIC (via CLASS)

[Consulate has option, if warranted, to run full gamut of checks, such as CCD (past visa applications & results), TIPOFF (DOS Bureau of Intelligence), NAILS (Nat'l Automated Immigration Lookout System), TECS II (Treasury Dept. database), TSC & TTIC (DOS Terrorist screening)].


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An overview of Security Name Checks And Administrative Review at Service Center, NVC & Consulate levels.

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Wow....where do you get all of this information Aussie?


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Wow....where do you get all of this information Aussie?

From the link within my signature.......It is also backed up from various sources including DOS, DHS & FBI websites.

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An overview of Security Name Checks And Administrative Review at Service Center, NVC & Consulate levels.

Detailed Review USCIS Alien Security Checks

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