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My fiance had his interview in Casa this morning, but I am a little confused and wondering if anyone else had a similar situation :huh: . I don't have all the details yet because I am at work but I will see if I can get more from him later. He said the interview went well and they asked him a lot of detailed questions, but did not give him much of a hard time. In the end they gave him slip of paper without anything but his name and interview date on it and told him they would contact him. They did keep all of his paperwork, pictures and his passport. Does this mean they are reviewing his evidence, AP, second interview??? Not sure if I should email the embassy myself to inquire...or if I should just wait and see...

This whole thing is soooo stressful!! It is making me crazy not to know....

Jackie

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My fiance had his interview in Casa this morning, but I am a little confused and wondering if anyone else had a similar situation :huh: . I don't have all the details yet because I am at work but I will see if I can get more from him later. He said the interview went well and they asked him a lot of detailed questions, but did not give him much of a hard time. In the end they gave him slip of paper without anything but his name and interview date on it and told him they would contact him. They did keep all of his paperwork, pictures and his passport. Does this mean they are reviewing his evidence, AP, second interview??? Not sure if I should email the embassy myself to inquire...or if I should just wait and see...

This whole thing is soooo stressful!! It is making me crazy not to know....

Jackie

It sounds like they will review the case and possibly get a 2nd interview or just issue the visa. Hopefully the visa.


01/2006 - Filed k1(1st time)

04/2006 - Interview (1st time) denied

Waited, waited...... no review

06/2009 - Filed k1 (2nd time)

09/2009 - NOA 2 approved

12/2009 - Interview (2nd time) APPROVED! VISA ISSUED

02/2010 - Arrived USA

04/2010 - Married

AOS Timeline

4/19/2010-Sent to Chicago Lockbox

4/26/2010-Received texts and emails 7th day

4/30/2010-Received NOA's(Hardcopies) 11th day

5/3/2010-Received ASC appointment notice(mailed 4/29/2010)14th day

5/7/2010-Walk-in Biometrics done(2 weeks earlier)18th day

5/13/2010-Case transferred to CSC

6/2/2010- Case received/resumed at CSC

6/18,6/22,6/23 AOS touches

6/28/2010- EAD production and touch on AP

6/29/2010-AOS APPROVED

7/2/2010- 2nd update on EAD production and touched on AP....

7/6/2010- Received "Welcome Letter" and AP document

7/12/2010-Received GREEN CARD and EAD

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You can call them during their 3-4pm call times, or email them.

Ask them for results of the interview - get it straight from them.

With CASA, I've found the more involved the USC is, and the more contact you have with CASA, the better.

Good Luck. Keep us posted.

Here's the contact info for Casa, on the off chance you don't already have it.

Consulate Phone Number: ****VISA OFFICE: 661-99-83-64 (Call this number with questions)

Casablanca Visa Office: 522-26-45-50 ext. 0

Public Affairs Main Office: 522-22-14-60, x 222

**(+/00 212 if calling outside Morocco)example: 011-212-522-26-45-50

Consulate E-Mail: Immigrant visas: ivcasablanca@state.gov Nonimmigrant visas: nivcasablanca@state.gov

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I think with Casa, the more on top of things you are, the better.

Also, ask your fiance to scan and email you the paper asap so you know what it says exactly. If they're requesting a second interview, review of documents, etc, you can always send them a thank you email along with a very gracious - if there is anything else you need, we can provide it, etc,...

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I feel a little better now...I emailed the embassy and they actually responded within an hour. They told me that my fiance's case "requires additional administrative processing. We will notify him once the processing is complete" So, I feel a little more positive...hopefully just a little time in AP. Until then, I will just keep praying!

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Atleast they kept his passport....that should be a good sign. But just know, you never know with Casa. We were told we were in AP also, and then called in for a 2nd interview & refused. So it can go either way. Keep your hopes up and stay on top of the embassy. I always got the most information when I called. And your senator or congressman may be able to help also. Best of luck to you and your fiance.


VJ Timeline (see "About Me" for full timeline)

1/2009 Met Online

11/2009 1st visit to Morocco (2 weeks), Officially Proposed, Engagement Party!!

12/31/2009 K1 NOA1

2/26/2010 NOA2 APPROVED!!!

3/2010 2nd trip to Morocco (3.5 months)

5/18/2010 Interview Results: told to wait for call

6/14/2010 Visa denied per Section 221(g)

9/27/2010 NOID (Notice of Intent to Deny) Received

12/1/2010 NOID Reaffirmed & Returned for visa processing (back to Casa for another interview)

2/2/2011 Rebuttle Interview: APPROVED!!!

3/18/2011 VISA IN HAND!!

4/8/2011 Arrive in US through JFK (20 mins total time)

6/9/2011 MARRIED!!!

7/2013 Divorced

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Atleast they kept his passport....that should be a good sign. But just know, you never know with Casa. We were told we were in AP also, and then called in for a 2nd interview & refused. So it can go either way. Keep your hopes up and stay on top of the embassy. I always got the most information when I called. And your senator or congressman may be able to help also. Best of luck to you and your fiance.

Thank you. I am thrilled that they kept the passport, but as I have seen with Casa it can still go either way. I am going to give them until Wednesday then start calling. I don't want to overdo it and have them give him a hard time. I just hate the waiting games. Hopefully we hear something soon. Until then I will just keep praying.

Thanks,

Jackie

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Thank you. I am thrilled that they kept the passport, but as I have seen with Casa it can still go either way. I am going to give them until Wednesday then start calling. I don't want to overdo it and have them give him a hard time. I just hate the waiting games. Hopefully we hear something soon. Until then I will just keep praying.

Thanks,

Jackie

I wouldn't wait....just asking the results shouldn't cause problems...and that way you know what they are doing with it. Cuz I know sometimes APs can be sent back to the US (correct me if i'm wrong ppl)...so its best to keep it in the embassy if u can, if they are considering that. And they may tell your senator or congressman more than they tell u. Can't hurt to have them on board either way. I regret not contacting mine right after the 1st interview. I say, better to be safe, then sorry :)


VJ Timeline (see "About Me" for full timeline)

1/2009 Met Online

11/2009 1st visit to Morocco (2 weeks), Officially Proposed, Engagement Party!!

12/31/2009 K1 NOA1

2/26/2010 NOA2 APPROVED!!!

3/2010 2nd trip to Morocco (3.5 months)

5/18/2010 Interview Results: told to wait for call

6/14/2010 Visa denied per Section 221(g)

9/27/2010 NOID (Notice of Intent to Deny) Received

12/1/2010 NOID Reaffirmed & Returned for visa processing (back to Casa for another interview)

2/2/2011 Rebuttle Interview: APPROVED!!!

3/18/2011 VISA IN HAND!!

4/8/2011 Arrive in US through JFK (20 mins total time)

6/9/2011 MARRIED!!!

7/2013 Divorced

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I wouldn't wait....just asking the results shouldn't cause problems...and that way you know what they are doing with it. Cuz I know sometimes APs can be sent back to the US (correct me if i'm wrong ppl)...so its best to keep it in the embassy if u can, if they are considering that. And they may tell your senator or congressman more than they tell u. Can't hurt to have them on board either way. I regret not contacting mine right after the 1st interview. I say, better to be safe, then sorry :)

Good Point! I am faxing my congressman right now to see if he can make an inquiry for me. I guess it can't hurt.

Thanks for the positive thoughts too Sarah. I am hopeful that we hear something quickly. Hopefully you hear something soon too!...the waiting is so difficult. Or maybe I am just way too impatient. :)

I will keep you all posted!

Jackie

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