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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Pakistan
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Yes it does sound like you case is in Administrative Review or Administrative Processing. I have to ask when they did take your fingerprints was it two index fingers or all ten fingers? If they do all ten fingers means their has been a name hit in the Criminal Database that will be verified stateside with the FBI and other agencies.

Also did they give you a 221(g) and it is form letter. What is marked on this or are any notes written on it. If you can tell some information from the 221 (g) maybe someone can answer the questions you have for you a little more in depth.

Good luck.

Mary


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With them giving your passport back without the visa it sounds like they have denied the petition and will send it back to the NVC for review. You can file an appeal I believe. I am sure someone here can give you the details. Sorry for your delay, hopefully you can resolve the issues quickly.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Pakistan
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Jim it depends on the embassy whether they take the passport or keep it with the petitioner. Each embassy handles their AP/AR differently as well as each officer has a differnet style. A 221(g) can be for more information or security checks or denial and send back to states depending on how it is marked.

A 212 is a flat out denial.


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