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I'd request all who have been in AP to chime in regardless of K1, CR1, IR1, etc.

I (petitioner) live in NY but wasn't planning to live here permanently so still have my driver's license and car registration from VA. Also, in NY I am staying at a friend's place because it's close to work and weather is bad. So I am not at the address that I have on file with NVC/USCIS... I haven't changed addresses with them because it's a temporary place and I stay at both places.

Can above be causing a longer AP at NVC? Anyone been in similar situation? Please advise! Thanks!!

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I'd request all who have been in AP to chime in regardless of K1, CR1, IR1, etc.

I (petitioner) live in NY but wasn't planning to live here permanently so still have my driver's license and car registration from VA. Also, in NY I am staying at a friend's place because it's close to work and weather is bad. So I am not at the address that I have on file with NVC/USCIS... I haven't changed addresses with them because it's a temporary place and I stay at both places.

Can above be causing a longer AP at NVC? Anyone been in similar situation? Please advise! Thanks!!

Are you still in AP? We have AP as of today. Does your ceac status say AP?

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It says In Transit. For 11 days now. How are u in AP? Per your timeline you already had your interview.

Long story.

We had to file a waiver. During the waiver process USCIS requested our original petition.

So now, our original I-130 has to go back through NVC before it can be returned to the embassy for another interview.

So, if you are in AP your status says in transit? Or is your petition now in transit to the consulate abroad?

Our ceac status has no updates at all.

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Long story.

We had to file a waiver. During the waiver process USCIS requested our original petition.

So now, our original I-130 has to go back through NVC before it can be returned to the embassy for another interview.

So, if you are in AP your status says in transit? Or is your petition now in transit to the consulate abroad?

Our ceac status has no updates at all.

NVC told me that it was shipped to consulate on March 20. I am assuming that AP eneed before they sent it.

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Long story.

We had to file a waiver. During the waiver process USCIS requested our original petition.

So now, our original I-130 has to go back through NVC before it can be returned to the embassy for another interview.

So, if you are in AP your status says in transit? Or is your petition now in transit to the consulate abroad?

Our ceac status has no updates at all.

We wish you best of luck. And keep u in our prayers.

How long was your AP?

4 full weeks

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We wish you best of luck. And keep u in our prayers.

Thank you so very much. We wish you the best of luck as well! And we will pray for you also.

I am assuming the AP is not security checks but just regular administrative (paperwork) checks.

Thank you so very much for answering my questions. Nobody else would. :cry:

We wish you best of luck. And keep u in our prayers.

4 full weeks

4 weeks. Well, not as bad as I thought it would be. Being that we have been trying since 2012, four additional weeks couldn't hurt. :cry:

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