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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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my wife had her CR-1 interview today at the Islamabad embassy and was given a blue paper stating they can't issue the visa right now as she did not have the union council divorce certificate. She had her NADRA certificate. Does this mean that after she submits that she is automatically in administrative processing? They kept her passport and gave her a token #.

Told her to submit the document via American Express courier service and they will notify her when her passport is ready for pickup.

Also how long is that taking these days for Pakistan?

thanks in advance.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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first of all its a standard procedure to get AP in islamabad embassy,doesnt matter its a male or female.i had my interview on sep 24th in islamabad embassy,everything went good only onw paper was missing.got blue sheet 221(g)i have been told to submit required paper via our courier service,i posted them very second and they received but im keep calling them but they said its in AP and they received the required paper,but they are unable to give any time,it mean they dont know how long be..minimumfrom 3 to 6 months..so be patient and wait...

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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Hi Ali k,

It seems like they asking your wife to provide Union Council Divorce certificate (Which is usually used to be in URdu) not the NADRA issued Divorce certificate.

Could you tell us that who was Divorced? You OR her? Was She married before and got Divorced OR too khulla OR You was married before got divorced OR khulla?

Here is the link for the topic on Union Council Divorce cettificate and it also has attached example of Union Council divorce certificate in Urdu.

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/298664-blue-slip-ir-1-interview-pakistan-divorce-docs-needed/page__p__5568808__fromsearch__1#entry5568808

Hope this helps.

Edited by Saj & Anam

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