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Over five and half months, still in AP!

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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Bangladesh
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It is over five and half months and I am still in AP. I called DOS twice, they said it was under process. My wife e-mailed the embassy couple of times and the answers were pretty much same. Don't know what to do. Can you share if there is anyone got stuck in AP for that long? Thanks.

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Egypt
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It is over five and half months and I am still in AP. I called DOS twice, they said it was under process. My wife e-mailed the embassy couple of times and the answers were pretty much same. Don't know what to do. Can you share if there is anyone got stuck in AP for that long? Thanks.

your best option at this point to contact your congressman


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06/08/2011 I-129 sent
06/11/2011 I-129F NOA1 (Receipt)
09/23/2011 I-129F NOA2 (Approved)
10/11/2011 Package Received By NVC
10/11/2011 Package Left From NVC
10/16/2011 Received By Consulate
10/20/2011 Rec Instructions (Pkt 3)
11/09/2011 Complete Instructions (Pkt 3)
01/21/2012 Rec Appointment Letter (Pkt 4)
02/21/2012 Interview Date (K1 Visa)
02/21/2012 Interview Result Approved
02/29/2012 K1 Visa Received

03/16/2012 US Entry
03/19/2012 Marriage

Our AOS process
03/29/2012 AOS I-485/ EAD I-765/ AP I-131 filed
04/04/2012 NOA1 for AOS/ EAD/ AP
04/23/2012 Case transferred
05/08/2012 Biometric Appt Date for AOS and EAD
06/01/2012 EAD and Ap approved
06/09/2012 EAD and Ap combo card received
08/24/2012 AOS Approved
09/09/2012 Green Card received with no interview

Removing Conditions

05/27/2014 I-751 sent to Vermont Service Center

05/30/2014 Package Received

06/02/2014 NOA1

07/07/2014 Biometrics Appointment

12/01/2014 case transferred for California service center

01/13/2015 Second Biometrics appointment

01/23/2015 case approved

01/31/2015 Card Received

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Good suggestion from "love my baby", Ask your wife to reach out to her local senator, congressman and met then launch an inquiry. Keep in mind nothing will be done unless the AP is over with the required due process, however the inquiry may either expedite this process or give it a little push. Please know I said MAY. In context of Bangladesh the average AP time is 4-5 months; however I've seen people coming out after 3 and some are stuck for more than 6 months. And that's just a small number who are member of this site.

So no reason for you to get dejected or give up on your hopes. As you are over the general waiting time range, this could mean it can happen in any given day :-). Just tell the petitioner to get the senators/congressman engaged. At least you are doing all you can do from your end.

Just few more days and hope you will hear something positive. Best of luck for you two. After waiting for all these time, losing the patient isn't worth it. Hang tight........

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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Bangladesh
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Good suggestion from "love my baby", Ask your wife to reach out to her local senator, congressman and met then launch an inquiry. Keep in mind nothing will be done unless the AP is over with the required due process, however the inquiry may either expedite this process or give it a little push. Please know I said MAY. In context of Bangladesh the average AP time is 4-5 months; however I've seen people coming out after 3 and some are stuck for more than 6 months. And that's just a small number who are member of this site.

So no reason for you to get dejected or give up on your hopes. As you are over the general waiting time range, this could mean it can happen in any given day :-). Just tell the petitioner to get the senators/congressman engaged. At least you are doing all you can do from your end.

Just few more days and hope you will hear something positive. Best of luck for you two. After waiting for all these time, losing the patient isn't worth it. Hang tight........

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