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Hi ,

my case is in AP for more than a month now .. the state gov website states that most of the administrative process are resolved within 60 days from the date of interview http://travel.state.gov/visa/a_zindex/a_zindex_4353.html i wanna know how true is that ??

your reply is highly appreciated !

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Hi ,

my case is in AP for more than a month now .. the state gov website states that most of the administrative process are resolved within 60 days from the date of interview http://travel.state.gov/visa/a_zindex/a_zindex_4353.html i wanna know how true is that ??

your reply is highly appreciated !

some less.. some longer.. a few a lot longer


YMMV

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Sure, some are resolved in 60 days, however if you go to the AP forum you'll find that not ALL are

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Hi ,

my case is in AP for more than a month now .. the state gov website states that most of the administrative process are resolved within 60 days from the date of interview http://travel.state.gov/visa/a_zindex/a_zindex_4353.html i wanna know how true is that ??

your reply is highly appreciated !

The magic word here is "most." Some people end up in AP for years.

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AP cases from friendly countries are resolved quickly. Cases from countries with a significant non christian population tend to take 6 months to over a year.

It's not a religious thing. It is about fraud and poverty.

Countries with a high standard of living have fewer cases of fraud because people are not desperate to come to the US. Generally, these countries also happens to be in Europe and predominantly Christian.

Countries with low standards of living and high rate of poverty have high levels of immigration fraud because people are desperate to come to the US. These countries happens to be in Central America, South America, Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and the former Soviet bloc countries. Central America and South America have plenty of Christians and it is not uncommon for AP there to last over a year.

So, it is not being from "countries with a significant non christian population" that lands a person in a long AP, it is high rate of immigration fraud and poverty.

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It's not a religious thing. It is about fraud and poverty.

Countries with a high standard of living have fewer cases of fraud because people are not desperate to come to the US. Generally, these countries also happens to be in Europe and predominantly Christian.

Countries with low standards of living and high rate of poverty have high levels of immigration fraud because people are desperate to come to the US. These countries happens to be in Central America, South America, Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and the former Soviet bloc countries. Central America and South America have plenty of Christians and it is not uncommon for AP there to last over a year.

So, it is not being from "countries with a significant non christian population" that lands a person in a long AP, it is high rate of immigration fraud and poverty.

This is correct. Blaming the differences on religion or race are the result of the most common logical fallacy engaged in by man, called "Post hoc, ergo propter hoc." or "Coincidental Correlation". Essentially the fallacy is "B follows A, therefor A caused B. It's the poverty that tends to motivate the fraud and the fraud that brings the need for extra scrutiny. An exception is when the fraud is motivated by a religious motivation to enter the USA to engage in violent Jihad. Countries with a history of that kind of fraud span the range of economics and race but do have a religion in common.


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