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Hello everyone since My interview 3 weeks ago there is no update on my case in CEAC by the way im under Ap ,the Co told me i'm not denied and also give the paper with my right as immigrant in usa and also give me my passport and Paper there is Administartive Review on it .we called them email them get our Congressman involved still nothing and no update there the same date of my interview.i sew many get there case upadte while they are Under AP at least every 8 days but not me ,What we suppose to do now please any help welcome .



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Unfortunately they will not update you regarding any progress made while you're in Administrative Processing. It is literally just this horrible dark hole of waiting. I called and bothered the embassy on a weekly basis to try to get updates or see if there was more info they needed from us, but it didn't get us anywhere. We were in AP for many many months before his visa was issued. By the time they were ready to issue his visa, his physical exam had expired, so he had to travel all the way back to Jordan to do ANOTHER medical, get the same shots all over again, submit the new medical to the embassy again, then they finally granted the visa. AP is miserable.

I do recommend contacting your congressperson or senator. I wrote to one of my senators and she did a congressional inquiry for me. I don't know for sure if it sped up the process, but he had his visa in hand around the same time that I received a letter back from the senator stating that they had submitted a congressional review. Best of luck!

K1 Fiance Visa Process
3/30/2011: I-129F sent
4/5/2011: NOA1 received from VSC
7/11/2011: consular services in Damascus suspended
8/3/2011: NOA2 received online via USCIS website
8/5/2011: NOA2 hard copy received
8/8/2011: transfer requests sent to Beirut, Ankara and Amman consulates
8/12/2011: NVC received case
8/21/2011: transfer request approved by Amman
8/23/2011: NVC approved case transfer, new case # assigned
8/25/2011: case mailed to consulate from NVC
9/4/2011: received by Amman consulate, Packet 3 received via email, interview scheduled
9/25/2011: INTERVIEW! Result: Request for further information
10/11/2011: Additional information sent
11/14/2011: Case placed into Mandatory Administrative Processing
3/20/2012: Embassy request for updated police certificate, civil record and medical exam
4/22/2012: Requested documents sent to Embassy
5/8/2012: VISA IN HAND!!!

Total time from petition to approval: 58 weeks
Total time in AP: 25 weeks

6/17/2012: POE @ JFK Airport
7/14/2012: Married in Rochester, NY (L)(L)

Adjustment of Status & Employment Authorization

9/24/2012: I-485 and I-765 sent, filed jointly

9/27/2012: NOA1 for I-485 and I-765 received from NBC

11/5/2012: Biometrics Appointment at Buffalo Field Office

12/14/2012: I-765 Employment Authorization Received (11 weeks from petition to receipt)

7/29/2013: Welcome Letter / Green Card notification received without interview (10 months from NOA1)

Removal of Conditions

6/30/2015: I-751 sent to VSC

7/10/2015: NOA 1 for I-751

8/6/2015: Biometrics Appointment at Buffalo Field Office
Thank God things moved along pretty well and I could stop keeping track of dates for a while...



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Ty for The reply .This AP Is horrible .We are so stressed ,everytime our case somewhere its the same scenario waiting waiting.About Congressman she helped us In Uscis stage coz we got stuck there over year now its The consulate Turn.Like said we get our Congressman involved as we dealed with her before yesterday she told us she will do inquiry to them and see what is going on again



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If you are from a MENA or high fraud country you may wait awhile

No one can make it go faster, but you can contact you Rep. if U

would like...CEAC as nothing to do with it right now, U will see

moving there only if enquiries are made.

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