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Omg! Please help,

 

my father & mother inlaw finished their interview sept 20 2018. Interviewer said all documents for both of them is okay it’s just my mother inlaw needed NBI aka for birth certificate. There was wrong spelling on her birth certificate, one letter. I’m guessing their pretty strict with those kind of stuff.

 

October 2, 2018 my mother inlaw went to 2GO service

and sent her NBI AKA, I told her to put ATTN IMMIGRATION VISA UNIT because that’s what it says on CEAC visa case status, but the lady at 2GO said no need and she sent it.

 

we tracked the NBI if it reached the embassy, it did on October 3, 2018. But on Oct 8, 2018 I got an email saying that US embassy Manila philippines refused my mother her visa 221g because their requesting NBI aka. 

 

Whaaat?!!! 😫😡 I thought it delivered already. and just letting everyone know we’ve been tracking the status of their case on CEAC since they finished their interview Sept 20. So I called the embassy Manila and they can’t even tell me what’s going on. 

 

They said just just ignore the email and that if we sent the NBI and it got delivered then we should wait. It’s gonna be 60 days on November 20.

 

last update on CEAC is oct 10, after we got the email from embassy Manila about refused visa.

 

any help guys? 

 

 

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A refusal. Not the same as a denial. You more than likely got that email generated by the system as they were waiting for the paperwork. 


 

 

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8 hours ago, Mary Bernard said:

Omg! Please help,

 

my father & mother inlaw finished their interview sept 20 2018. Interviewer said all documents for both of them is okay it’s just my mother inlaw needed NBI aka for birth certificate. There was wrong spelling on her birth certificate, one letter. I’m guessing their pretty strict with those kind of stuff.

 

October 2, 2018 my mother inlaw went to 2GO service

and sent her NBI AKA, I told her to put ATTN IMMIGRATION VISA UNIT because that’s what it says on CEAC visa case status, but the lady at 2GO said no need and she sent it.

 

we tracked the NBI if it reached the embassy, it did on October 3, 2018. But on Oct 8, 2018 I got an email saying that US embassy Manila philippines refused my mother her visa 221g because their requesting NBI aka. 

 

Whaaat?!!! 😫😡 I thought it delivered already. and just letting everyone know we’ve been tracking the status of their case on CEAC since they finished their interview Sept 20. So I called the embassy Manila and they can’t even tell me what’s going on. 

 

They said just just ignore the email and that if we sent the NBI and it got delivered then we should wait. It’s gonna be 60 days on November 20.

 

last update on CEAC is oct 10, after we got the email from embassy Manila about refused visa.

 

any help guys? 

 

 

Relax.  You are not the 1st to receive an email like that stating "refused" ... there is a new system started at the embassy.   Lots of "hiccups" .     The updated date on CEAC means someone is looking at the case file.

 

Just a little more patience.

 

 


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6 minutes ago, Mary Bernard said:

We called the embassy philippines earlier and they told us they filed a report to escalate the case. What does that mean?

Means just what they said  - they escalated your case so someone looks at it sooner.


Hank

"Chance Favors The Prepared Mind"

 

      HandArrow.gif.adeb854ba620933849ae921ca0b44a0c.gif  Link to the Visa Process for Manila Embassy once you have your NOA2 : Click Here

 

Contact Hank: HERE

K-1 visa approved 21 March 2012

...Citizenship... complete!

 

 

 

 

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