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My husband interviewed in kingston ja 12/6. He was given a 221g requesting photos, w2 tax return for 2017 & joint sponser. I initially submitted 2015, as I JUST filed 2016 & 2017 with the assistance of a tax accountant due to errors from self preparation, now resolved. Im thinking a joint sponser was requested in the event I couldnt provide tax returns.... (kept his passport)

We have submitted the photos and 2017  tax return. My income is consistently over 60k, so im not concerned about this, so this should negate a need for a joint sponser.

His medical was done 12/ 3, I asked him to go to the hospital to check the status of his medical, to discover the results werent submitted till 12/ 12.

His case has been updated 3 times yet, it remains in Adm Processing.

Last update 12/ 19..... Im so on edge...wondering if our case will fall into the Admin Process Abyss.....

 

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What is the exact wording of the 221g request?  Generally, it will take 3 to 5 weeks after submission, to get an answer on a 221g.  Around Christmas, expect it to take a little longer.


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On 12/21/2018 at 9:52 PM, TrinaRN1 said:

My husband interviewed in kingston ja 12/6. He was given a 221g requesting photos, w2 tax return for 2017 & joint sponser. I initially submitted 2015, as I JUST filed 2016 & 2017 with the assistance of a tax accountant due to errors from self preparation, now resolved. Im thinking a joint sponser was requested in the event I couldnt provide tax returns.... (kept his passport)

We have submitted the photos and 2017  tax return. My income is consistently over 60k, so im not concerned about this, so this should negate a need for a joint sponser.

His medical was done 12/ 3, I asked him to go to the hospital to check the status of his medical, to discover the results werent submitted till 12/ 12.

His case has been updated 3 times yet, it remains in Adm Processing.

Last update 12/ 19..... Im so on edge...wondering if our case will fall into the Admin Process Abyss.....

 

Not for nothing but the Kingston embassy has lost its mind in regards to requesting joint sponsors.  They pay 0 attention to the income provided.  Many people, including myself, were required to provide joint sponsors while making well above the income requirements.  Better to just give them what they ask for.  Good luck!

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