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What is after the I-601 is approved?

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I had my consular interview in Ciudad Juarez on June of 2014 for a K-1 Visa and was denied for an overstay. I then applied for the I-601 for Waiver for grounds of inadmissibility. My fiancee and I sent our Waiver packet in September and it was received on September 12 2014. It has been 8 months and we have not heard anything from USCIS and when I check the site it only says that my case was received. I already sent a form for my Local Senator's office to get some information on my case and I am hoping for good news since my form has gone out of regular processing times. Anyway, my question is, after and IF the waiver is approved do I have to pay a new fee for an appointment at the consulate again? I have checked at the website to make the consular appointments and it states I need to make a payment for 200+ dollars but I already have a case in Ciudad Juarez and I was informed it is still open, so I dont know if I have to pay again, or if it may be a mistake from them?

Can anyone maybe give me any info on this?


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