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hi i m new here, my interview in islamabad for k1 visa was at 13th dece2012,everything was ok at interview at the end visa officer give me green paper and told me all doc ok u have to wait for two three month for ap,plz can anyone help to inform me how much time they will take can they send me eraly also

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There is no timeline for administrative processing, it could take a week, a month, several months, a year or even years in some cases from Islamabad. There is no way anyone can tell you how long it will last. Three is no way to expedite or get around AP,it is what it is, you just have to wait.

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If he said 2 or 3 months then hopefully he meant it and it won't be longer. Search threads pertaining to your particular country and see if others had the same experience. Good luck to you and I hope you have your approved visa in hand soon. Meanwhile think positive.

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Unfortunately, there is no time limit for AP. It will be done, when they decide it is done. :unsure:

Happy trails on your immigration journey.


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hi i m new here, my interview in islamabad for k1 visa was at 13th dece2012,everything was ok at interview at the end visa officer give me green paper and told me all doc ok u have to wait for two three month for ap,plz can anyone help to inform me how much time they will take can they send me eraly also

jutt sb

not less then a year so keep cool and i say in punjabi( lasee pee ka sooo jao) have a nice day

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There is no timeline for administrative processing, it could take a week, a month, several months, a year or even years in some cases from Islamabad. There is no way anyone can tell you how long it will last. Three is no way to expedite or get around AP,it is what it is, you just have to wait.

:thumbs:


In Arizona its hot hot hot.

http://www.uscis.gov/dateCalculator.html

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