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Casa approved during interview but now status changed to Administrative Processing

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That is normal. My husband had his interview last summer and was approved by the CO. We checked his status after the interview and it said AP. it was only for 2 days before it changed to ISSUED. He got his passport in 4 days. So I know that AP varies from days to weeks to months. Even year. Depending on their case. 

 

Congratulations! By the way, Morocco is very difficult to pass the interviews.

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Just saw the timeline.

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1 minute ago, TheAkazs said:

That is normal. My husband had his interview last summer and was approved by the CO. We checked his status after the interview and it said AP. it was only for 2 days before it changed to ISSUED. He got his passport in 4 days. So I know that AP varies from days to weeks to months. Even year. Depending on their case. 

 

Congratulations! By the way, u need to write review on the consulate about ur interview. Morocco is very difficult to pass interviews. 

Thank you! I did write a review the same day.

 

Another question: before the interview, I got an email stating I should bring another document during the interview and hand it to the CO. However, on the day of the interview they did not ask for that document so I did not mention it. I guess they only ask for what they want to check?

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1 hour ago, Imnmrz said:

Thank you! I did write a review the same day.

 

Another question: before the interview, I got an email stating I should bring another document during the interview and hand it to the CO. However, on the day of the interview they did not ask for that document so I did not mention it. I guess they only ask for what they want to check?

oh nevermind! it has just changed to Issued now!!!

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