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Hello everyone hre i'am worried about my visa case status now becausei just checked today it say Administrative processing, my interview date is may 9 2013 the american consul window 62 told me your approve please back to sit and wait for your number, for ur visa packet intruction,,,,and then finally the last window 72 called my number, with my 3 friends i meet thre in the embassy they are all k1 visa applicants,,,,the guy staft told me ok your visa is approve so wait for your visa to delivered on ur home adress, he give me back my appointment letter, now what is does mean under AP? They dont give me 221g form thre,,,,, i hope anyone can u give me advise,,,thanks and god bless to all of us

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Administrative processing means also the time for issuing a visa,it says on the site that if your application is approved on the interview your visa will be mailed in few days..... you can see it in the link where you check the status of the petition


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Hello,



First of all, thanks for the information that you all give.


And now, my case: I had the interview yesterday (IR1 visa, Madrid, Spain) and after some doubts the consular officer said my visa was approved. Then, she told me "you will receive de visa in the next 10-14 days" and she kept my passport.



When I arrived home, 24 hours later, I checked the C EAC and ...surprise, I was told my status is 'Administrative Processing'. Is this 'AP' status normal? I mean, anybody with a visa approved has been told the same? Can they deny my visa after a "approved" by the consular officer? Do you know how much time does it take in Madrid Embassy?



Sorry for my english.



Please, I need help. I'm desperate.



Thanks.


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Hello,

First of all, thanks for the information that you all give.

And now, my case: I had the interview yesterday (IR1 visa, Madrid, Spain) and after some doubts the consular officer said my visa was approved. Then, she told me "you will receive de visa in the next 10-14 days" and she kept my passport.

When I arrived home, 24 hours later, I checked the C EAC and ...surprise, I was told my status is 'Administrative Processing'. Is this 'AP' status normal? I mean, anybody with a visa approved has been told the same? Can they deny my visa after a "approved" by the consular officer? Do you know how much time does it take in Madrid Embassy?

Sorry for my english.

Please, I need help. I'm desperate.

Thanks.

Answer: CEAC says "Issued" now. GREAT.

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