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That's not an interview notice - when they ask for the passport, that's so that they can put a visa in it.


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I read through it all - they want to see her in February with a stack of documents, the 2nd part of the Visa Application process. 

 

as to any waiver, no, there's no mention of any waiver - HOWEVER, they ARE asking for updated VISA APPLICATION DOCUMENTS, so maybe this will be :

1.  another interview with

2.  another intake of current Visa Application documents, as the last set submitted has expired ,  along with
3.  medical exam results [plan ahead prior] , along with 

4.  a passport . 

 

all that makes sense to me, she's going to have another interview and must bring updated Visa Application Documents. 

 

So, I take this as some APPROVAL to continue with the VISA application process, and that's a good thing, yes?  I'll try to dig a bit and see if you wrote about the 221-G prior.  

 

OK - I dug a bit, and read.   I thought you might see some waiver status on the CEAC website?  Since Guangzhou IV is setting her through a new interview process, I MUST assume the waiver was granted.  However, can you call INTO NVC and inquire for waiver status? Sometimes things not get updated at the CEAC portal, sometimes there are data errors - usually a NVC human can see what's going on ... 

 

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1 hour ago, Darnell said:

I read through it all - they want to see her in February with a stack of documents, the 2nd part of the Visa Application process. 

 

as to any waiver, no, there's no mention of any waiver - HOWEVER, they ARE asking for updated VISA APPLICATION DOCUMENTS, so maybe this will be :

1.  another interview with

2.  another intake of current Visa Application documents, as the last set submitted has expired ,  along with
3.  medical exam results [plan ahead prior] , along with 

4.  a passport . 

 

all that makes sense to me, she's going to have another interview and must bring updated Visa Application Documents. 

 

So, I take this as some APPROVAL to continue with the VISA application process, and that's a good thing, yes?  I'll try to dig a bit and see if you wrote about the 221-G prior.  

 

OK - I dug a bit, and read.   I thought you might see some waiver status on the CEAC website?  Since Guangzhou IV is setting her through a new interview process, I MUST assume the waiver was granted.  However, can you call INTO NVC and inquire for waiver status? Sometimes things not get updated at the CEAC portal, sometimes there are data errors - usually a NVC human can see what's going on ... 

 

thank you

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