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Hi everybody. So the u.s. Embassy in ankara works like this. If you're in AP you're supposed to check this link ( http://www.usemb-ankara.org.tr/consular/english/immigrant_admin_processing.html) If you're case number appears there, you can send your passport so they give your visa.

This link ( http://turkey.usembassy.gov/mobile/iv_administrative_process_status.html) states that the case number lists get updated once in a week.

My ase number starts with ANK2015... And I have been in AP since June 16. My case was last updated in July 10. The problem is the case number list never gets updated. The case number list was last updated on June 27. I mean I understand that my case requires more administrative processing and it's been only 2 months so far. But why it's says the list will get updated once a week and it haven't updated in te past two months? What could be wrong ?


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There is a small chance that you need to clear your cache/ cookies on your computer to see an updated list, but most likely they are simply SUPPOSED to update one a week, but during the summer with staff going back to the USA for kids' school vacation and the 4th July, they may simply not do it.

Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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I would check to see why it is not updating. Do a control (maybe alt, I have a mac and it is an option) refresh and if that does not work find out if the embassy has tech support for the website. It should refresh more than every 2 months. My finance has been in Process Pending since March, his number starts with ANK2015 and it usually updates every 2-3 days. Hoping they will change the status soon.

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