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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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Please note that the case is still pending consular officer’s review.

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Consular Section

US Embassy Cairo

ES

this is what i have receive after the interview with my fiance.... I hope this is a positive answer. My problem is K-1 Visa expires next month. What do you guys makes of it with their answer? Thank you so much for all your help.... :help:

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Egypt
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Please note that the case is still pending consular officer's review.

Regards,

Consular Section

US Embassy Cairo

ES

this is what i have receive after the interview with my fiance.... I hope this is a positive answer. My problem is K-1 Visa expires next month. What do you guys makes of it with their answer? Thank you so much for all your help.... :help:

Hello Dahlia~

It truly sounds like they are putting your SO into AR. You can email the embassy or call and ask directly what do they mean by pending CO review.

What do you mean the K1 visa expires next month? Who got the K1 visa? I thought he just had the interview...:unsure:


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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Hello Dahlia~

It truly sounds like they are putting your SO into AR. You can email the embassy or call and ask directly what do they mean by pending CO review.

What do you mean the K1 visa expires next month? Who got the K1 visa? I thought he just had the interview...:unsure:

She means the NOA2 of the i-129 petition will expire next month but if they're putting the case on AR, that's a good thing cause they extend the period as long as the case is under review


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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She means the NOA2 of the i-129 petition will expire next month but if they're putting the case on AR, that's a good thing cause they extend the period as long as the case is under review

thank you Samoray for the explanation....i hope if this stays under review it will be extended hopefully. I am hoping that if they ask for more evidence i have plenty to show for. I have sent them alot of evidence already which i have thought ample enough. Airline tickets, pictures, telephone bills, everything i can think of. Age difference yes our age gap is way to much more than 20 years but it should not hinder for the visa approval. I know MENA is not easy for us older women petitioning our love ones. Our last option is to live in Egypt then marry there for a couple years and go from there. Hopefully the country will be stable then....GOD BLESS US ALL and thank you all for the support and encouragement. VJ have been good to us and learned so much from you guys.....THANK YOU

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thank you Samoray for the explanation....i hope if this stays under review it will be extended hopefully. I am hoping that if they ask for more evidence i have plenty to show for. I have sent them alot of evidence already which i have thought ample enough. Airline tickets, pictures, telephone bills, everything i can think of. Age difference yes our age gap is way to much more than 20 years but it should not hinder for the visa approval. I know MENA is not easy for us older women petitioning our love ones. Our last option is to live in Egypt then marry there for a couple years and go from there. Hopefully the country will be stable then....GOD BLESS US ALL and thank you all for the support and encouragement. VJ have been good to us and learned so much from you guys.....THANK YOU

You're welcome Dahlia, that's right, it is the best thing to get married then go from there, I wish you the best of luck.


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