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duraaraa

Tracking the approved case on the internet...

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This might be way early to ask this, but...

My future step-kids were approved for K-2 visas yesterday in Ulaanbaatar. My fiancee had been previously approved in May, and as soon as she was approved, the status on the following webpage changed from Ready to something along the lines of Production, or Printing, or something like that.

https://ceac.state.gov/CEACStatTracker/Status.aspx?

The kids' cases still say "Ready" as they did before the interview.

Does this mean anything? Is it usually updated quickly, or are there times when visas have been issued, and the status still says "Ready for interview"?

The kids were told to pick up their visas on Friday (tomorrow in Mongolia), and I know it takes two days to print the visas, so I'm just worried they might not be ready in time -- they have a flight for next wednesday.

Thanks!

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