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After USCIS ask for the case from U.S. Embassy April 20 to review it (my wife already had had interview and cancelled because of USCIS asked for the case) and the case going from embassy to NVC to USCIS, the Vice Consul of the embassy just sent me an email saying that USCIS is sending back the case to the embassy and hoping to give my wife an interview a week after they receive the case.

Is this something normal?? What could have happened with this case that it was sent back to the U.S then back to the embassy without telling me what happened???

Anyways, its all good now. I guess the letters that a Texas senator and my congressman sent to all of them this past wednesday worked out.

Just wanted to know if any have had this before,

Johnny


IR-1 / CR-1 Visa

USCIS

16 NOVEMBER 2008: I-130 SENT

4 DECEMBER 2008: NOA1

12 FEBRUARY 2009: NOA2 APPROVED

PROCESING TIME: 70 DAYS

NVC

20 FEBRUARY 2009: NVC RECEIVED

24 MARCH 2009: CASE COMPLETED

PROCESSING TIME: 32 DAYS

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After USCIS ask for the case from U.S. Embassy April 20 to review it (my wife already had had interview and cancelled because of USCIS asked for the case) and the case going from embassy to NVC to USCIS, the Vice Consul of the embassy just sent me an email saying that USCIS is sending back the case to the embassy and hoping to give my wife an interview a week after they receive the case.

Is this something normal?? What could have happened with this case that it was sent back to the U.S then back to the embassy without telling me what happened???

Anyways, its all good now. I guess the letters that a Texas senator and my congressman sent to all of them this past wednesday worked out.

Just wanted to know if any have had this before,

Johnny

Geezzz it's hard to say what's going on. But it's going back to the Embassy and that's good! :thumbs:

Best of Luck.

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'PAU' both wife and daughter in the U.S. 08/25/2009

Daughter's' CRBA Manila Embassy 08/07/2008 dual citizenship

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Hey this is a good bizzare! I love knowing details too but I wouldn't question it, you are a lucky man! The thing is, "sending it" to USCIS then to the embassy is just wiring it back and forth, the embassy technically always has the case at the embassy after it receives it. So there was probably some confusion with the interview but upon review the embassy cleared it up and decided to not have ot go through USCIS. Also, there is a lot of information about how the USCIS is getting backlogged and absolutely don't want more cases to deal with that they have already approved. They request that the embassy not send cases bac to them unless its just total obvious fraud, or huge discrepency of paperwork or proof on the side of the applicants. In this case, be happy it is going to be handled at the embassy, we really don't know solid answers to why the embassy does certain things but I hope your journey is smooth from now and that you will receive the visa soon.

God bless,

Tam


AP: Over 1 year.

Visa: Nov 2

US Entry: Nov 13, Alhamdulillah.

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Hey this is a good bizzare! I love knowing details too but I wouldn't question it, you are a lucky man! The thing is, "sending it" to USCIS then to the embassy is just wiring it back and forth, the embassy technically always has the case at the embassy after it receives it. So there was probably some confusion with the interview but upon review the embassy cleared it up and decided to not have ot go through USCIS. Also, there is a lot of information about how the USCIS is getting backlogged and absolutely don't want more cases to deal with that they have already approved. They request that the embassy not send cases bac to them unless its just total obvious fraud, or huge discrepency of paperwork or proof on the side of the applicants. In this case, be happy it is going to be handled at the embassy, we really don't know solid answers to why the embassy does certain things but I hope your journey is smooth from now and that you will receive the visa soon.

God bless,

Tam

Tam, I liked your reply. Very informative..and yes, I believe my wife and I are lucky..I dont know if i should call it being lucky because the case as far as I know has the right documents and the right things on them.

Thanks!

Johnny


IR-1 / CR-1 Visa

USCIS

16 NOVEMBER 2008: I-130 SENT

4 DECEMBER 2008: NOA1

12 FEBRUARY 2009: NOA2 APPROVED

PROCESING TIME: 70 DAYS

NVC

20 FEBRUARY 2009: NVC RECEIVED

24 MARCH 2009: CASE COMPLETED

PROCESSING TIME: 32 DAYS

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