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My fiance just had his interview this morning in casa and I had to work all day so I only got to talk with him on the phone and is much harder to understand everything over the phone not like in person or online. He was issued the 221g and an x put in the box beside needs more adminstrative processing. He asked her please we have been so crazily waiting and waiting for this day, and what can i tell her. She told him not to worry you will have your visa in one week or two. She told him she is contacting washington. Is this a good sign? Does this just mean they are waiting on security checks? She was very nice with him and he seemed happy when he left but when i looked at the paper it scared me. Please can someone tell me who has had a similar experience what happened with your case?

Thanks, Chery :unsure:


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My fiance just had his interview this morning in casa and I had to work all day so I only got to talk with him on the phone and is much harder to understand everything over the phone not like in person or online. He was issued the 221g and an x put in the box beside needs more adminstrative processing. He asked her please we have been so crazily waiting and waiting for this day, and what can i tell her. She told him not to worry you will have your visa in one week or two. She told him she is contacting washington. Is this a good sign? Does this just mean they are waiting on security checks? She was very nice with him and he seemed happy when he left but when i looked at the paper it scared me. Please can someone tell me who has had a similar experience what happened with your case?

Thanks, Chery :unsure:

what the paper means is TEMP denial. PENDING security checks.

in simple terms. the embassy had to give him A) the visa or B ) an excuse.

in this case it was B ) an excuse. the reason is he needs security clearance.

this can last 17 days - 2 years.

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He has to have his name check finished in DC and once they complete it they will issue his visa and like Shonnie said it is only a temporary denial.

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It is the norm in Casa. Lots of pepople who will tell you thier experiences here on VJ. It should last a week or two but sometimes there is a problem and it can last longer so don't worry just yet. Congratulations on having a good interview! (F)


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It is the norm in Casa. Lots of pepople who will tell you thier experiences here on VJ. It should last a week or two but sometimes there is a problem and it can last longer so don't worry just yet. Congratulations on having a good interview! (F)

Thanks so much for your words. I was thinking exactly that, just wanted to let my mind at ease a little I guess. I know when i call him to come online for a little while this morning I don't want to seem sad or worried so I just needed someone else thoughts to reinforce mine. Thanks so much. :thumbs:


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04-06-2006 I-129F Sent

04-07-2006 NOA1

06-01-2006 Received email case was going to CSC from NSC!

06-01-2006 Case transfered to California Office

06-02-2006 Touched 2nd day in a row.

06-03-2006 Touched 3rd day in a row.

06-14-2006 Touched

06-15-2006 Touched CSC received our Petition

06-16-2006 Touched

06-17-2006 Touched

07-03-2006 Touched Imbra RFE sent out on June 23rd.

07-04-2006 Touched

07-05-2006 Touched

07-06-2006 Touched

07-07-2006 Touched

07-10-2006 Touched CSC acknowledges they received Imbra RFE on July 8!!

07-31-2006 NOA-2 Approved!!!

08-01-2006 Touched

08-04-2006 NVC received petition and assigned case number

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It is the norm in Casa. Lots of pepople who will tell you thier experiences here on VJ. It should last a week or two but sometimes there is a problem and it can last longer so don't worry just yet. Congratulations on having a good interview! (F)

Thanks so much for your words. I was thinking exactly that, just wanted to let my mind at ease a little I guess. I know when i call him to come online for a little while this morning I don't want to seem sad or worried so I just needed someone else thoughts to reinforce mine. Thanks so much. :thumbs:

You're welcome! Enjoy your conversation with him. Reassure him that everyone in Casa gets this form and its just a matter of security checks. When the other Moroccan ladies wake up and see this thread, they can give you their experiences in terms of time. Usually its a week or two, but if there is a common name, it might extend the waiting time. That's what I meant by a problem. a name like Garza or Martinez is just as likely to get a false hit as a Mohammed :yes:


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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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