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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: India
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Hi ,

Can anyone tell me what happenes when K1 petition expires while your case is still in Administrative processing ? is there any way to avoid it ? or extend the approval date ? if yes then how ?

Thank you .

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Iran
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I assume you are in India and have gone through your interview and were placed in AP? The embassy will automatically extend the petition while the AP is pending. It is always a good idea to contact them about every 3 months or so by letter to let them know you and the petitioner are still interested in pursuing the case.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: India
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Hi ,

Can anyone tell me what happenes when K1 petition expires while your case is still in Administrative processing ? is there any way to avoid it ? or extend the approval date ? if yes then how ?

Thank you .

I read a couple of posts specific to the New Delhi embassy where they denied the petition because it expired while in AP. It's like their way of denying it without ever having to give you an actual reason. If you go into AP and your petition is about to expire, I would definitely recommend contacting the embassy and your congressman/woman.

I think Team Erra had an issue with this. You might want to check out their profile and how they handled the situation.

I don't want to be an alarmist, this doesn't happen to everyone. It's better to be prepared and know that it can happen than to be blindsided if it does.

Good luck!


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Thailand
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I assume you are in India and have gone through your interview and were placed in AP? The embassy will automatically extend the petition while the AP is pending. It is always a good idea to contact them about every 3 months or so by letter to let them know you and the petitioner are still interested in pursuing the case.

I think this is right. Maybe India is different, but I doubt it.


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