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For all those who were approved, issued and received their visa (or tracking number)...did your "profile" on the visa payment site update, as well? It still states "Attend Interview" on his status and on the print receipt does not include the date. Does anyone have any insight on this?

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For all those who were approved, issued and received their visa (or tracking number)...did your "profile" on the visa payment site update, as well? It still states "Attend Interview" on his status and on the print receipt does not include the date. Does anyone have any insight on this?

Mine did. Where it says "Attend Interview" or something along those lines, mine says "Tracking Number: xxxxxxxxxx" instead.


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Interesting. Maybe they haven't even registered that he's been to his interview yet. :/ I got in touch with someone today at the embassy (shockingly) and he was very helpful. He tried looking it up in the system but it just says issued and he said it was strange because they were so on top of the deliveries as of late. Then he emailed all of our information to his "manager." He said she would look into it herself and get back to us via email. Maybe it was that boss lady you were taking about earlier??

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Interesting. Maybe they haven't even registered that he's been to his interview yet. :/ I got in touch with someone today at the embassy (shockingly) and he was very helpful. He tried looking it up in the system but it just says issued and he said it was strange because they were so on top of the deliveries as of late. Then he emailed all of our information to his "manager." He said she would look into it herself and get back to us via email. Maybe it was that boss lady you were taking about earlier??

Possibly. It might be someone else, like a higher-up in the Visa Unit itself rather than the actual Deputy Chief of Mission who oversees the entire embassy. But you're now getting somewhere hopefully. Keep the pressure up.


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