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F4 - Done interview, now what?

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Filed: FB-4 Visa Country: Palestine
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Hello there!

My uncle (US citizen) filed a petition for our family back in 2001, we interviewed last year and were put on administrative processing. 2 months ago, we were invited for another interview, where we updated the medical reports and other docs, they took our passports. We thought the case is done! 2 weeks after the interview, we got the passports back by mail, visas not issued, and were told that they will contact us when they need them

2 days ago I sent an email to the local embassy inquiring about the case, they called yesterday and asked us to send the passports again.

Interestingly, checking the case status on the CEAC site, it still says "administrative processing" for some family members but "ready" for others.

Is this the normal routine process ?! Because I'm starting to feel that they have no idea what they are doing at the embassy!

Any help from your experience is greatly appreciated

Thank you

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I'm not sure what may be going on. If they didn't give you any 221g or other sort of denial, then it's possible they are just doing final AP and will issue the visa soon. How many people are immigrating and is the financial support enough? Was all of the paperwork and medicals in order?


This does not constitute legal advice.

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Wow seven people on one petition! That reminds me of my grandmother when she was petitioned by her brother, they were 10 of them, but only 6 could come because the others were over 21 and one was married. CSPA didn't exist back then.

It's possible that they haven't gotten to them yet. Are you aware of anything that may be holding them back ie medical, previous arrests, etc?


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