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After 6 months and 3 days Case is still pending, I think this AP will give me heart attack very soon, I don’t know what the hell they are doing with the case from last 6 months. . I am sick and tired hearing these words still pending, still pending :crying:


Date I-130 NOA1 07-21-2010

Date I-130 NOA2:02-09-2011

NVC

02-23-2011 NVC Received

02-24-2011 Paid I-864 Bill

02-24-2011 Sent DS-3032 email

02-28-2011 Return Completed I-864

03-01-2011 DS-3032 email accepted

03-02-2011 Receive IV Bill

03-02-2011 Pay IV Bill

03-09-2011 DS-230 Package sent

03-14-2011 AOS entered in system

03-22-2011 SIF

03-23-2011 Case Completed at NVC

06-04-2011 NVC Left

Consulate Received

05-26-2011 Interview Date

Visa issued on 28th feb.

Visa In hand 1st march 2012

POE: 16.03.12 Seattle.

Green Card Arrived : 5/9/2012

Be mindful of Allah, you will find Him before you. Get to know Allah in prosperity and He will know you in adversity… And know that victory comes with patience, relief with affliction, and ease with hardship.” [Tirmidhi]

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yes brother u know after 8 months of my interview today when i e-mailed us embassy ISL then embassy reply my e-mail and say this ...

Dear Sir/Madam,

Our record indicates that, your case requires additional administrative processing. We will notify you when the review is complete, as it may take several months to complete. If you have not heard from us in six months, you should contact the Embassy to ensure that everything is okay in your case. It is your responsibility to keep the Embassy updated of any address or phone number changes for you, and to contact us every six months to ensure that your case is moving forward.

I hope this information will be helpful to you. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you required any further inquiry.

U.S Embassy

Consular Section

Immigration Unit

Islamabad, Pakistan

i don't know what to do with this waiting games .. first i wait for NO2 9 months . then NVC 5 months and now visa .GOD knows


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This delay is not normal there is something else going on Its not normal processing at all, either it could be we are Muslims which I am certain that is the case, or God Knows what else, I don’t think name check or documents checking can take this much time, this is so ridiculous.

yes brother u know after 8 months of my interview today when i e-mailed us embassy ISL then embassy reply my e-mail and say this ...

Dear Sir/Madam,

Our record indicates that, your case requires additional administrative processing. We will notify you when the review is complete, as it may take several months to complete. If you have not heard from us in six months, you should contact the Embassy to ensure that everything is okay in your case. It is your responsibility to keep the Embassy updated of any address or phone number changes for you, and to contact us every six months to ensure that your case is moving forward.

I hope this information will be helpful to you. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you required any further inquiry.

U.S Embassy

Consular Section

Immigration Unit

Islamabad, Pakistan

i don't know what to do with this waiting games .. first i wait for NO2 9 months . then NVC 5 months and now visa .GOD knows

Edited by Forever Love

Date I-130 NOA1 07-21-2010

Date I-130 NOA2:02-09-2011

NVC

02-23-2011 NVC Received

02-24-2011 Paid I-864 Bill

02-24-2011 Sent DS-3032 email

02-28-2011 Return Completed I-864

03-01-2011 DS-3032 email accepted

03-02-2011 Receive IV Bill

03-02-2011 Pay IV Bill

03-09-2011 DS-230 Package sent

03-14-2011 AOS entered in system

03-22-2011 SIF

03-23-2011 Case Completed at NVC

06-04-2011 NVC Left

Consulate Received

05-26-2011 Interview Date

Visa issued on 28th feb.

Visa In hand 1st march 2012

POE: 16.03.12 Seattle.

Green Card Arrived : 5/9/2012

Be mindful of Allah, you will find Him before you. Get to know Allah in prosperity and He will know you in adversity… And know that victory comes with patience, relief with affliction, and ease with hardship.” [Tirmidhi]

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