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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Iran
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Both are the same. AP has nothing to do, usually, with the marriage status, it has to do with your name, fingerprints, etc being run through multiple databases to check for matches to terrorist, associates of terrorist, etc. It can also be based in whole or part on your work or education history and/or even your family's associates or co-workers.

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Both are the same. AP has nothing to do, usually, with the marriage status, it has to do with your name, fingerprints, etc being run through multiple databases to check for matches to terrorist, associates of terrorist, etc. It can also be based in whole or part on your work or education history and/or even your family's associates or co-workers.

Thank you for your quick response.

Does the AP processing time depend upon the nationality of the immigrant?

If I'm a Pakistan & I filed at Abu Dhabi embassy (U.A.E), is the processing time related to how fast Abu Dhabi embassy processes the cases or would it depend upon my nationality?

In other words, will my processing time be equivalent to an Iranian filing at Abu Dhabi embassy (if both of our cases are exactly the same)?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Belarus
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Thank you for your quick response.

Does the AP processing time depend upon the nationality of the immigrant?

If I'm a Pakistan & I filed at Abu Dhabi embassy (U.A.E), is the processing time related to how fast Abu Dhabi embassy processes the cases or would it depend upon my nationality?

In other words, will my processing time be equivalent to an Iranian filing at Abu Dhabi embassy (if both of our cases are exactly the same)?

Both iran and Pakistan are on the "list of 26" so AP is going to happen. How fast has to do with your name, how many people on terrorist list have exactly the same or similar name and perhaps what type of work you do or did in the past.

The Security checks are not done at the Embassy they are done in DC, they just request them from the Embassy.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Nigeria
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what is the "list of 26"? I am getting ready to file I-130 in US I am the citizen he is Nigerian.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Belarus
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what is the "list of 26"? I am getting ready to file I-130 in US I am the citizen he is Nigerian.

Applicants who are citizens of, born in, or have some strong connection to one of the following countries (often referred to as “the list of 26”) are also subject to an SAO:(security advisory opinion)

Afghanistan, Algeria, Bangladesh, Bahrain, Dijbouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Malaysia, Morocco, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jordan
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Thank you for your quick response.

Does the AP processing time depend upon the nationality of the immigrant?

If I'm a Pakistan & I filed at Abu Dhabi embassy (U.A.E), is the processing time related to how fast Abu Dhabi embassy processes the cases or would it depend upon my nationality?

In other words, will my processing time be equivalent to an Iranian filing at Abu Dhabi embassy (if both of our cases are exactly the same)?

IF your AP is for security checks (all AP is not only for security checks), the time has to do with how common your name is and if they get a "hit" on someone with your name.


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