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What is the difference between additional administer process and administer review? my case sent back to WASHINGTON this means USCIS or some other place? is anybody have an idea this is about sponsor or beneficiary?

my husband is the U S citizen he is sponsoring me co sponsor my father in law.case took almost five years to finish. but again they put this case to AP. :help:

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What is the difference between additional administer process and administer review? my case sent back to WASHINGTON this means USCIS or some other place? is anybody have an idea this is about sponsor or beneficiary?

my husband is the U S citizen he is sponsoring me co sponsor my father in law.case took almost five years to finish. but again they put this case to AP. :help:

FIVE YEARS????? Something is going on with your case! What exactly says in your letter?


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http://www.usaimmigrationattorney.com/SecurityNameChecksAndAdministrativeReview.html

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FIVE YEARS????? Something is going on with your case! What exactly says in your letter?

yes.

I-130 NOA1 : 2005-11-07

I-130 Approved : 2009-10-13

Got white color refusal worksheet.section OTHER marked (x). saying ADDITIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSING. interview went well consular lady said everything is looking fine nothing to worry about it.but we cant understand what is happening now?

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Does u or ur husband have any red flags other than being introduced by family?? Perhaps there r some obvious red flags keep coming up with u r case. Unless u know the exact reason for this, it will be harder for anyone to help u.


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10/01/09 :mailed I-130
10/05/09: Forwarded to CSC
10/05/09 : NOA1.
10/12/09: touched.
02/08/10: text and an email received ~ I-130 approved. (yes!)
02/09/10: touched.
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03/16/2010: AOS Packet Delivered to NVC/ Signed by St.Laurent.
03/25/2010: AOS accepted (as per NVC operator)
04/22/2010: Mailed in ds-230 via fedex

04/23/2010: DS-230 Packet Delivered to NVC/ Singed by J.Desmond.
04/27/2010: DS-230 Received by NVC/AVR
07/01/2010: Interview - VISA APPROVED
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08/22/2010: POE Boston, MA.
07/06/2012: I-751 Packet sent to VT service center
07/09/2012: I-751 Packet received by VT service center Signed by Scoss
07/11/2012: Check Cashed
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color="#0000FF]07/12/2012: NOA1 received , 03/08/2013- 10-year green card arrived.

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05/28/2013: N400 sent to Tx. 05/30/2013: N400 packet received. 06/03/2013: Check cashed. 06/24/2013: Biometrics appointment. 07/01/2013: walked in for a late biometrics appointment and was successful. 07/22/2013: In line for interview scheduling. 07/23/2013: Interview has been scheduled. 08/27/2013: Interview

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Does u or ur husband have any red flags other than being introduced by family?? Perhaps there r some obvious red flags keep coming up with u r case. Unless u know the exact reason for this, it will be harder for anyone to help u.

red flag means what? pls explain?

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check the link I gave you, it will explain it too you


~ NVC Journey~

22 days at NVC

03/18/2010: Case Complete!

03/25/2010: Called NVC .. INTERVIEW May 27 @ 7:45!! Woot Woot

05/27/2010: Approved at the interview, but put on AP afterwards :(

06/27/2010: Really missing my Hubby :*(

07/29/2010: Visa Issued!! AP is OVER!!

07/31/2010: Visa in hand!!! Thank you GOD!

09/01/2010: POE JFK

2 Amazing Years Later!!!

~Lifting Conditions~

08/09/2012: File I-751 Packet

08/17/2012: NOA I-751 Receipt Notice recieved!

"Distance means nothing for love. Even the sun is so far away; yet, its energy blossoms the flowers on earth."

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yes.

I-130 NOA1 : 2005-11-07

I-130 Approved : 2009-10-13

Got white color refusal worksheet.section OTHER marked (x). saying ADDITIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSING. interview went well consular lady said everything is looking fine nothing to worry about it.but we cant understand what is happening now?

IMO, you could have gotten your citizenship 3 years later after arriving in USA, then filed for your father (immediate priority date, no waiting)

But - you didn't do that. Perhaps you filed petition (with you as the Petitioner) when you were a Permanent Resident? Instead of USC ?

AP is AP -is not any published timeline - they need to complete namechecks on your father.

Is strange, really, as USC cannot petition for father in law. USC can petition for father, sure, but? Ya, I get it - your husband was some co-sponser on the I-864, but that doesn't matter for why your father is in AP.

more info on namechecks- here - http://www.usaimmigrationattorney.com/SecurityNameChecksAndAdministrativeReview.html


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IMO, you could have gotten your citizenship 3 years later after arriving in USA, then filed for your father (immediate priority date, no waiting)

But - you didn't do that. Perhaps you filed petition (with you as the Petitioner) when you were a Permanent Resident? Instead of USC ?

AP is AP -is not any published timeline - they need to complete namechecks on your father.

Is strange, really, as USC cannot petition for father in law. USC can petition for father, sure, but? Ya, I get it - your husband was some co-sponser on the I-864, but that doesn't matter for why your father is in AP.

more info on namechecks- here - http://www.usaimmigrationattorney.com/SecurityNameChecksAndAdministrativeReview.html

My husband is a sponsor. His father is co-sponsor for my case.i am a beneficiary (sri lankan).

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I am sorry you are in Ap. Ar is when they are reviewing the information you gave then at the interview and checking all the documents you submitted to them at that time. Ap is when you info is faxed or mailed to washington for background checks.Not you whole file that the embassey has but they send info to diffent agencys in washington whom do background checks. I hope your ar or ap isnt long. Good luck to you.

IMO, you could have gotten your citizenship 3 years later after arriving in USA, then filed for your father (immediate priority date, no waiting)

But - you didn't do that. Perhaps you filed petition (with you as the Petitioner) when you were a Permanent Resident? Instead of USC ?

AP is AP -is not any published timeline - they need to complete namechecks on your father.

Is strange, really, as USC cannot petition for father in law. USC can petition for father, sure, but? Ya, I get it - your husband was some co-sponser on the I-864, but that doesn't matter for why your father is in AP.

more info on namechecks- here - http://www.usaimmigr...tiveReview.html

.You shoulda read her post twice....:rofl: :rofl: :rofl:


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