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Sara F.

Passport status-- went from Passport is with the embassy to "No status is available for this passport"

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My fiancé had his K-1 visa interview at the embassy in Santo Domingo on September 14th. We were approved. The interviewer said it would take about 10 days for his passport to be ready for pick-up with the visa. Up until yesterday (10/1), his passport status on ustraveldocs said "Passport is still with the Embassy." Today (10/2), the status changed to "There is no status available for this passport." When I try to track his application on CEAC, there is no status available. Why did his passport status change to "There is no status available for this passport?" Thanks!



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