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CEAC Status Update: Visa issued but spouse is still on AP

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Today is May 17, 2013.

Principal applicant and spouse are both put under AP after interview in Montreal, Canada in early April, 2013.

Today, checked status online, principle applicant's visa is "issued". Called DOS, told me both of principal applicant and spouse are still under AP.

This morning, ceac.state.gov status looks like this:

XXX2011000000 01 Issued

XXX2011000000 02 Administrative Processing

Fellow VJers,

1. Does ceac.state.gov provide misleading information?

2. How long will it take for the spouse's visa to be "issued" if ceac.state.gov's information is true? Thank you.

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There's no specific time frame for AP. It could take a few days, weeks or months.

Good luck.

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ourjoy, what's new with your case?

Yes, the ceac.state.gov site provides misleading information, at least in my case. I think you have to go by what the DOS tells you.



Do they usually process the principal applicant first, and then they AP the dependent? Or it was done simultaneously so that the visas will be issued to both principal applicant and dependent about the same time? thanks.

There's no specific time frame for AP. It could take a few days, weeks or months.

Good luck.

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