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Hi guys,

My wife and stepson had their interview July 5th and the officer issued a 221G asking us to correct my stepson's DS-260 to match the birth cert or obtain a new birth cert to match the DS-260. We had listed his biological father on the DS-260 even though he is not listed on the birth cert. We corrected the DS-260 to match the birth cert and resubmitted. I got an email August 2nd stating that we have to list the biological father on the DS-260 even if he's not on the birth cert(which is what I did originally) and then resubmit the DS-260. They received the new DS-260 August 5th and I haven't heard anything from them since. The only time the date on CEAC changes is when I email them or when my lawyer emails them. We get the same answer of "your case is currently under review." My lawyer asked the Senator's office to email the embassy and they got the same response.

From what I've read it doesn't seem like there's anything anybody can do but just wait. It doesn't seem like a DS-260 correction should take this long. Please share any experiences/advice or any ideas that you have of what may be happening behind the scene, maybe they're actually doing a security check or something. Thanks.

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Hi guys,

My wife and stepson had their interview July 5th and the officer issued a 221G asking us to correct my stepson's DS-260 to match the birth cert or obtain a new birth cert to match the DS-260. We had listed his biological father on the DS-260 even though he is not listed on the birth cert. We corrected the DS-260 to match the birth cert and resubmitted. I got an email August 2nd stating that we have to list the biological father on the DS-260 even if he's not on the birth cert(which is what I did originally) and then resubmit the DS-260. They received the new DS-260 August 5th and I haven't heard anything from them since. The only time the date on CEAC changes is when I email them or when my lawyer emails them. We get the same answer of "your case is currently under review." My lawyer asked the Senator's office to email the embassy and they got the same response.

From what I've read it doesn't seem like there's anything anybody can do but just wait. It doesn't seem like a DS-260 correction should take this long. Please share any experiences/advice or any ideas that you have of what may be happening behind the scene, maybe they're actually doing a security check or something. Thanks.

In this case, I would suggest to call NVC and request to speak to supervisor or tier 2. Give the case number and try to explain what exactly you did previously and when you resend it. In similar way. They goof up lots of things most of time. I had submitted Police clearance certificate and they didn't recognize it and gave me ref but then I spoke to supervisor and explain the things they change the status within 2 hours.

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