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At the conclusion of my husbands interview the CO gave my husband back both my and my mothers affidavit of support papers? Do they normally do that?

And does anyone know what they check for on Administrative processing? Do they check credit history or just background check?

Unless things are different in Pakistan it's NOT normal to give back AOSs. Definitely NOT a good sign. He should have got a 221g or some kind of explanation if denied or on AP.


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At the conclusion of my husbands interview the CO gave my husband back both my and my mothers affidavit of support papers? Do they normally do that?

And does anyone know what they check for on Administrative processing? Do they check credit history or just background check?

Unless things are different in Pakistan it's NOT normal to give back AOSs. Definitely NOT a good sign. He should have got a 221g or some kind of explanation if denied or on AP.

well we got a blue paper

but it doesn't say 221g on it anywhere, no document number

just lists our cases # and says admin processing, but no 221 g on the paper so I have no idea!

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My husband and I were put on AP and they didn't take our AOS papers either, but he has been called back to the embassy and has his second interview this Monday, so I am sure everything will work out okay.

At the conclusion of my husbands interview the CO gave my husband back both my and my mothers affidavit of support papers? Do they normally do that?

And does anyone know what they check for on Administrative processing? Do they check credit history or just background check?

Unless things are different in Pakistan it's NOT normal to give back AOSs. Definitely NOT a good sign. He should have got a 221g or some kind of explanation if denied or on AP.


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Filed: Other Country: China
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My husband and I were put on AP and they didn't take our AOS papers either, but he has been called back to the embassy and has his second interview this Monday, so I am sure everything will work out okay.

At the conclusion of my husbands interview the CO gave my husband back both my and my mothers affidavit of support papers? Do they normally do that?

And does anyone know what they check for on Administrative processing? Do they check credit history or just background check?

Unless things are different in Pakistan it's NOT normal to give back AOSs. Definitely NOT a good sign. He should have got a 221g or some kind of explanation if denied or on AP.

Nobody knows whether everything will work out ok but since the I-134 isn't binding or required by most Consulates to begin with, it isn't all that unusual to give it back or not even ask for financials to begin with. AP is something to be expected in that part of the world, does not include checking the US Citizen's credit but can include any background or security check up to and including the most complicated and time consuming ones.

In and of itself, I wouldn't take the give back for having much meaning. Without full details of the case and interview, I wouldn't venture to speculate further. If the blue slip had no other details except to notify you there would be additional Administrative Processing, there's no real clue there either.


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