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Governement Petition Regarding the AP Process

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One of our VJ members has started a petition requesting the federal government to look into the AP (administrative processing) aspect of the visa process. The concern is the lengthy time it has been taking in many situations without any information, updates, provided to the parties petitioner or the beneficiary. For an example, my husband had his interview in October, 2011 and he is still in AP. It is appreciated and understandable that there are situations where extensive background checking is needed. However, we are now into 2 years without any indication of when this situation might possibly be resolved nor do we have any idea what the problem is so we cannot contribute to the resolution. Our situation is not unique - pray that it doesn't happen to you. I have chosen to post this in the Ghana forum because it seems to be an increase in the number of Ghanaian beneficiaries who are placed in AP for an extensive period of time.

In order for the government to even look at the petition, 25,000 signatures are needed by the beginning of February. So even if you are not in AP your support along with the support of your friends and family are needed to draw attention to this issue. Not sure what can be done to improve the process, but, something surely is wrong when you cannot complete, in less than a year, the verification of one man in Ghana whose life is well documented. At least tell us that you are progressing with the background - inquiries into the case only results in form letter and templated responses.

Here's the link for the petition:

http://wh.gov/UnOx


Staying strong and patient in love and faith!

http://ghanaspouse.blogspot.com/

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Could you please repost the link? I am not having any luck with this one. :help:


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http://www.whitehouse.gov/share/immigration-and-economy?utm_source=email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=email221-text1&utm_campaign=immigration

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Could you please repost the link? I am not having any luck with this one. :help:

Thank you for supporting this effort. Here is the longer version:

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/expedite-immigrant-visa-cases-pending-under-section-221g-document-submission-us-embassy-after-visa/CvnMW91Q?utm_source=wh.gov&utm_medium=shorturl&utm_campaign=shorturl


Staying strong and patient in love and faith!

http://ghanaspouse.blogspot.com/

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