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Interesting...VERY interesting data...

Now, if we just had denial data....


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Hi, I understand this is for Casablanca. But, what if I'm going to the interview through a foreign consulate (not my country of citizenship? Should I go for statistics by consulate or by nationality? Just curious.


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3 hours ago, Daniela M_______ said:

Hi, I understand this is for Casablanca. But, what if I'm going to the interview through a foreign consulate (not my country of citizenship? Should I go for statistics by consulate or by nationality? Just curious.

Go by the stats of consulate doing your interview

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14 hours ago, adil-rafa said:

Cool info! Thank you for this!

this may sound kind of strange but I got into an argument with my best friend's husband about two months ago. He is from morocco and they got a K-1 visa. He was in administrative processing for three months from September 2015  to December 2015 and he came here in January 2016. I was trying to explain to him that morocco is a very high fraud country and he absolutely would not even listen to me whatsoever. It eventually ended up in me crying LOL because sometimes I can be a baby but that's besides the point ha ha.  I wasn't saying he was fraudulent in any way but anyhow you get the picture.  I was just trying to explain that not every country puts applicants inti administrative processing for three months. He said "yes they do yes they do yes they do you just wait and see" well, my soon to be hubby was in admin processing for only one day! 

Turkey had 110 K1 approvals last year. That seems about average I suppose.

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http://mypathtocitizenship.com/which-countries-are-on-the-uscis-high-fraud-list/ 

 

actually Turkey is also on the list

sorry the Moroccan got upset

needs to listen to what we see on the above list of countries and the reviews and posts here and denials for his country

casa interviews 8AM to 11AM every 15 minutes (12 a day / 60 a week) so only 2 K1's in month of September and 0 for August and 8 in July is very low

 

and truth be told he may have been offended as he is one using USC for the green card/ otherwise he would have just shrugged it off and said "I am not the same as others and i will prove it by being faithful "

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6 hours ago, savana said:

and how much  cr1  get refused  

the above will tell u for K1

they do 12 a day for K1 from 8 to 11 in the morning/ even in ramadan / they leave 11 to 12 open to make up the extra interviews needed during holidays

so 60 a week 

as u can see there is a mass exodus of people trying to get out of Morocco by boat and any means they can

4.2 weeks a month makes 3% in July

0% in August

and less than 1% in September

there are now as many CR1 combined with IR1 interviews with more approved but still low percentage

just under 12 % approved in  September/ some of these not getting visa on day of interiew will be put in AP and receive visa later / sorry but no way to know who,  how many and when /this AP process can last a few days, months or as long as a year and i have no way to track especailly if not on VJ

i only look at USCIS stats and embassy quarterly reports

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1 hour ago, adil-rafa said:

the above will tell u for K1

they do 12 a day for K1 from 8 to 11 in the morning/ even in ramadan / they leave 11 to 12 open to make up the extra interviews needed during holidays

so 60 a week 

as u can see there is a mass exodus of people trying to get out of Morocco by boat and any means they can

4.2 weeks a month makes 3% in July

0% in August

and less than 1% in September

there are now as many CR1 combined with IR1 interviews with more approved but still low percentage

just under 12 % approved in  September/ some of these not getting visa on day of interiew will be put in AP and receive visa later / sorry but no way to know who,  how many and when /this AP process can last a few days, months or as long as a year and i have no way to track especailly if not on VJ

i only look at USCIS stats and embassy quarterly reports

yesni know about it  but we can say at the day they aprroved cr1 40 and refused to 15 maybe  , but yes thank you so much for your expalin

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15 hours ago, savana said:

yesni know about it  but we can say at the day they aprroved cr1 40 and refused to 15 maybe  , but yes thank you so much for your expalin

no we have only monthly results

they approve CR1 and IR1 more but still don't approve even 25%

and many that do get approved are the 2nd application

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