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My wife had her appointment this last Monday in Juarez. She was approved and was not asked for any more documents. When we got back to the hotel, I checked the CEAC website and it showed "issued" It also said the visa was printed and waiting for DHL to deliver. When we call the CEAC they say it has been authorized and to just wait for the tracking number email. They do say it has NOT been printed though. We are picking up her visa here in Juarez so we have been waiting. We met some people in our hotel who had the interview the same day as her. They got their visa yesterday. We also know someone else who had their interview a day after my wife's and they got theirs today. Juarez says it can take 3-10 days for visa to be ready. Is it normal that everyone is getting theirs before ours? I reading on visajourney of cases where it goes from "issued" to "refused" We are reallllllllllly nervous. Any input? Are we overthinking this? I just want to go home!!

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Just to help others - we communicated with each other via DM.    My wife was also a third country national.  It took us a week to get the visa / passport back. We got back a packet about two inches thick.   I am sure it took time for DOS to assemble it all. My wife called in after 4 days and it hadn't been issued but they confirmed it was approved.

 

You are almost there!  Sorry for the final delay.


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1 hour ago, Paul & Mary said:

Just to help others - we communicated with each other via DM.    My wife was also a third country national.  It took us a week to get the visa / passport back. We got back a packet about two inches thick.   I am sure it took time for DOS to assemble it all. My wife called in after 4 days and it hadn't been issued but they confirmed it was approved.

 

You are almost there!  Sorry for the final delay.

Your post got me thinking. Most people here in Juarez are getting their visas very fast. I imagine most of them are doing the visa process normall. (Uscis in USA, nvc, then consulate) since we both did DCF. imagine that is why it takes a bit longer.also that may be why you got a packet with documents back. Most people I see are not getting that. Possibly due to the fact that the consulate is doing the job of the DOS as well? Just a theory.

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