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How does the US Embassy reject you?

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My question is for someone who wanted some answers but I told her I know the best place to get the answers to her questions. Just exactly how does the US Embassy in Kingston reject you? She got a mail in her e-mail that said that she should expect a letter in the mail within the next two weeks. She recently did an Interview and was told to get a DNA test done. Then she has been e-mailing the Embassy asking them how soon she would be contacted because they received the results over three weeks ago. This was their response to her query.

Anyone have any ideas? We find it very unusual for the Embassy to be using the Postal Service in Jamaica which cannot be trusted. Any information they are sending is very confidential. Just wondering what you guys think based on your experiences and great knowledge. Thanks guys.

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Moving this to embassy consulate forum.

I have a friend that spent a couple frustrating months for the consulate in China to get around to reviewing the results of an DNA test.

Just because you may know a consulate has received results does not mean they reviewed them, they may sit in a mail room or in a file until the immigrations officer gets back to your case.


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Moving this to embassy consulate forum.

I have a friend that spent a couple frustrating months for the consulate in China to get around to reviewing the results of an DNA test.

Just because you may know a consulate has received results does not mean they reviewed them, they may sit in a mail room or in a file until the immigrations officer gets back to your case.

I understand what you are saying, but what I was wondering is how they normally reject applicants. Do they really mail a letter through the Postal Service? I find that to be very impersonal. I have no idea how this Embassy do their work but one would assume that they would reject you to your face. The mail service in Jamaica is way poor, even if they were to register the mail that is also unreliable. Trust me I have had some strange instances with the Postal Service in my country. The NVC does not trust any other mail service but their own in the USA. We just find this strange.

Thanks for your reply though. Please let me know if you find out anything that I could pass on to my friend. Thanks again.

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I understand what you are saying, but what I was wondering is how they normally reject applicants. Do they really mail a letter through the Postal Service? I find that to be very impersonal. I have no idea how this Embassy do their work but one would assume that they would reject you to your face. The mail service in Jamaica is way poor, even if they were to register the mail that is also unreliable. Trust me I have had some strange instances with the Postal Service in my country. The NVC does not trust any other mail service but their own in the USA. We just find this strange.

Thanks for your reply though. Please let me know if you find out anything that I could pass on to my friend. Thanks again.

It varies from one case to another. Some people receive a denial letter while they are at the consulate. Some people receive it in the mail.

Most consulates use the local mail service. The few that use private couriers require the applicant to pay for the courier service beforehand.


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