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I applied for an Ir1 visa for my wife. Our case have been expedited through USCIS and NVC due to our sons medical condition who is in the US. We just had our interview at the embassy on January 6th 2019, and the officer told us that that all documents are complete and he doesn’t need anything else at the moment. He also said that my case will be rejected due to the travel ban (my wife the applicant is from Yemen) but they will review if she qualifies for a waiver. I said thank you for your help and left the embassy. On that same day I checked the case on CEAC and it said REFUSED the next day it swiched to ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSING. It’s been 6 days since the interview and they’ve updated the “ Case Last Updated ” a few times as shown below. 

 

Janurary 2019

6th: REFUSED

        casE last updated— 06-JAN-2019

 

7th: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSING 

        case last updated—07-JAN-2019

 

8th: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSING 

        case last updated—08-JAN-2019

 

9th: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSING 

        case last updated—09-JAN-2019

 

10th: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSING 

          Case last updatd—10-JAN-2019

 

11th: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSING 

          case last updated—10-JAN-2019

 

I need your your guyses help on how long does it normally take for an EXPEDITED case due to medical condition take to get through AP, and if there’s anyone going through this or has gone through it? 

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7 minutes ago, Abduliano said:

I need your your guyses help on how long does it normally take for an EXPEDITED case due to medical condition take to get through AP

Unfortunately, there is no "normal" for administrative processing.  It could be a relatively short time or an very long time.  Did the CO say you could file the waiver now?


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2 minutes ago, missileman said:

Unfortunately, there is no "normal" for administrative processing.  It could be a relatively short time or an very long time.  Did the CO say you could file the waiver now?

No he did not. 

 

This is was the paper the CO gave us after the interview. 

 

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30 minutes ago, Yewseph said:

I applied for an Ir1 visa for my wife. Our case have been expedited through USCIS and NVC due to our sons medical condition who is in the US. We just had our interview at the embassy on January 6th 2019, and the officer told us that that all documents are complete and he doesn’t need anything else at the moment. He also said that my case will be rejected due to the travel ban (my wife the applicant is from Yemen) but they will review if she qualifies for a waiver. I said thank you for your help and left the embassy. On that same day I checked the case on CEAC and it said REFUSED the next day it swiched to ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSING. It’s been 6 days since the interview and they’ve updated the “ Case Last Updated ” a few times as shown below. 

 

Janurary 2019

6th: REFUSED

        casE last updated— 06-JAN-2019

 

7th: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSING 

        case last updated—07-JAN-2019

 

8th: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSING 

        case last updated—08-JAN-2019

 

9th: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSING 

        case last updated—09-JAN-2019

 

10th: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSING 

          Case last updatd—10-JAN-2019

 

11th: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSING 

          case last updated—10-JAN-2019

 

I need your your guyses help on how long does it normally take for an EXPEDITED case due to medical condition take to get through AP, and if there’s anyone going through this or has gone through it? 

I have been in Administrative process more them 3 years so be patient now you are in line for everything during  AP , can be happen Home Investigation from Home Office or Embassy , There is no Expedited due to medical Condition I request Expedited due medical condition . they refused to do expedited . I wish you soon get out from this nightmare AP .

 

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2 minutes ago, bestluck said:

I have been in Administrative process more them 3 years so be patient now you are in line for everything during  AP , can be happen Home Investigation from Home Office or Embassy , There is no Expedited due to medical Condition I request Expedited due medical condition . they refused to do expedited . I wish you soon get out from this nightmare AP .

 

Good luck    

It’s only been five days for me and I’m going crazy. I Can’t imagine going through 3 years in this situation. That sucks, hope you get issued soon. 

Did USCIS and NVC expedite your case before it got to the embassy?

Are you contacting them? what do they tell you? 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Yewseph said:

It’s only been five days for me and I’m going crazy. I Can’t imagine going through 3 years in this situation. That sucks, hope you get issued soon. 

Did USCIS and NVC expedite your case before it got to the embassy?

Are you contacting them? what do they tell you? 

 

 

I already got everything i am in us now but just let you know be patient cos this is slow process just keep checking your status online and send an email about your case to embassy , I see you are one of banned country list too so be patient hope you will get it soon ,  No USICIS AND NVC Refused my Expedite due to Medical So No . 

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5 minutes ago, bestluck said:

I already got everything i am in us now but just let you know be patient cos this is slow process just keep checking your status online and send an email about your case to embassy , I see you are one of banned country list too so be patient hope you will get it soon ,  No USICIS AND NVC Refused my Expedite due to Medical So No . 

Thank you for your advise. 

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