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I have the interview the 16 of oct and I like to travel to uses in 20 of oct and to marry with my fiancèe the 23 to me of oct. I love much my fiancèe and she also loves to me .I wait for of the God that my happiness with my fiancèe is as we glided.

I hope this timeline works for you, but the consulate is known for delaying the visa by a week or even months (depending on security checks). Don;t be too disappointed if you need to wait a little longer. Good luck on the interview! :dance:


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I have the interview the 16 of oct and I like to travel to uses in 20 of oct and to marry with my fiancèe the 23 to me of oct. I love much my fiancèe and she also loves to me .I wait for of the God that my happiness with my fiancèe is as we glided.

I hope this timeline works for you, but the consulate is known for delaying the visa by a week or even months (depending on security checks). Don;t be too disappointed if you need to wait a little longer. Good luck on the interview! :dance:

woooowwww are no cases that have their visas in the same day?

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Yeppers. Don't count your chickens before they are hatched. Morocco almost NEVER hands out visas before at LEAST a one-week processing, and often the processing/security checks/review last a lot longer. It would be wise to wait until the visa is in hand before booking the flight, or making any deposits/reservations for wedding-related events, unless you don't mind throwing money away when you have to change plans.

But the very best of luck to you for an easy interview and a quick AR ! And of course, wishing you a joyous wedding day, no matter when !


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Issue the visa the same day hasn't happened for a while. Sometimes it can happen the next day. Alot of people are getting the visa 1-2 weeks after the interview. Sometimes security checks will take longer and you may wait a few months or more.

Let's hope the consulate is feeling generous with Ramadan here and your passport is given the visa very quickly.

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24 March 2009 I-751 received by USCIS

27 March 2009 Check Cashed

30 March 2009 NOA received

8 April 2009 Biometric notice arrived by mail

24 April 2009 Biometrics scheduled

26 April 2009 Touched

...once again waiting

1 September 2009 (just over 5 months) Approved and card production ordered.

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Yeppers. Don't count your chickens before they are hatched. Morocco almost NEVER hands out visas before at LEAST a one-week processing, and often the processing/security checks/review last a lot longer. It would be wise to wait until the visa is in hand before booking the flight, or making any deposits/reservations for wedding-related events, unless you don't mind throwing money away when you have to change plans.

But the very best of luck to you for an easy interview and a quick AR ! And of course, wishing you a joyous wedding day, no matter when !

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Yeppers. Don't count your chickens before they are hatched. Morocco almost NEVER hands out visas before at LEAST a one-week processing, and often the processing/security checks/review last a lot longer. It would be wise to wait until the visa is in hand before booking the flight, or making any deposits/reservations for wedding-related events, unless you don't mind throwing money away when you have to change plans.

But the very best of luck to you for an easy interview and a quick AR ! And of course, wishing you a joyous wedding day, no matter when !

if it is truth, your you are right

thanks really I need much, much happiness waits for my fiancèe and I to us if they will give to the visa the same day me.

I have much fé in the God and hope that everything comes out well.

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I have the interview the 16 of oct and I like to travel to uses in 20 of oct and to marry with my fiancèe the 23 to me of oct. I love much my fiancèe and she also loves to me .I wait for of the God that my happiness with my fiancèe is as we glided.

I hope this timeline works for you, but the consulate is known for delaying the visa by a week or even months (depending on security checks). Don;t be too disappointed if you need to wait a little longer. Good luck on the interview! :dance:

woooowwww are no cases that have their visas in the same day?

I can see how excited you are, that is so sweet. I agree with everyone here, don't jump too soon. I haven't seen a visa granted the same day for over a year now. Just make sure your plans can be changed if it takes a little longer to get the visa.


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Are you male or female? I really think that makes a difference. My fiance (male) got his visa the day after the interview and all of the females who were there interviewing, were there the next day. But as has been said it's really rare for males to get it the next day, it usually is a week minimum.


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If you already have a ticket, I'd see about getting it refunded and then repurchasing it once you have the visa in hand. inshaAllah you'll have your visa ASAP, but if you don't, you don't want to be out $1000+


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