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My fiancé is a Filipina citizen living in Singapore on a working pass. We are in the final stages of the visa process. All documents submitted have been approved quickly and the interview went well but the U.S. Embassy in Singapore informed her that they needed extra documents mailed to them (CENOMAR they needed directly mailed from the place that issued it, which was frustrating because she had the document with her at the interview but they wouldn't accept. Not important just a little background info). We did that and they received it, she dropped off her Filipino passport last week, and they told her that her visa will be issued and ready for pickup by the end of this week. Now it is already the Friday night, and we just checked the status online. It is still under "administrative processing," updated today. Earlier it was "ready", and we were hoping that it would be "issued" by the end of today, but instead it just went back to the "a.p." status. This is frustrating because I need to go back to the States on Tuesday and I was hoping that she could come with me. I have two questions: is it normal for the status to fluctuate like this? Our case is very straightforward and should have no issue with approval. Second, is there any electronic processing that happens during weekends? I am hoping that they are on the final stages of issuing the visa so that it could be ready for pickup by Monday, or at least by later next week. Her lease ends on June 1. It is May 23rd today. It is rather stressful and disappointing that the visa has not yet been issued as we had been told by the man at the embassy. Thanks in advance for reading and for your answers.

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