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 We are in administrative process for two months already for cr1 visa and my wife is due to visit this weekend and she emailed the consulate that she’s visiting but we got no reply yet 

is it okay to visit the embassy upon arrival as she is a USC or she must make an appointment before being allowed in the embassy?

Thanks in advance for your response 🙏🏾

 

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I agree with the above. What is she hoping to accomplish? You are in AP. Her going to the embassy/consulate won't change that and unless they asked for her to come specifically I don't think they would be interested in talking to her unfortunately 

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3 minutes ago, USS_Voyager said:

Being a US Citizen doesn't automatically grant her access to the Embassy. It is best that she contact the Embassy in advance and they can tell her what she can do. 

Thanks for your reply but sent an email 2 weeks ago and we got an automated reply.. I don’t know if we can make an appointment on the phone 

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I would have to agree with both posts above. I'd contact the embassy, but her going there won't influence them to make a decision one way or the other. Probably wouldn't tell her any information either.


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8 minutes ago, USS_Voyager said:

Being a US Citizen doesn't automatically grant her access to the Embassy. It is best that she contact the Embassy in advance and they can tell her what she can do. 

 

1 minute ago, Ben&Zian said:

I would have to agree with both posts above. I'd contact the embassy, but her going there won't influence them to make a decision one way or the other. Probably wouldn't tell her any information either.

But we mailed them already just auto reply and nothing like come or don’t come 

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1 minute ago, Jerooz said:

 

But we mailed them already just auto reply and nothing like come or don’t come 

One thing she can do is to just show up at the Embassy, telling them she want to inquire about her case, and go from there. Be prepared though, they may just turn her away and tell her to wait some more. 

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1 hour ago, Jerooz said:

Quick question 

 We are in administrative process for two months already for cr1 visa and my wife is due to visit this weekend and she emailed the consulate that she’s visiting but we got no reply yet 

is it okay to visit the embassy upon arrival as she is a USC or she must make an appointment before being allowed in the embassy?

Thanks in advance for your response 🙏🏾

 

The US embassy is open to American Citizens for US citizen services only (passport renewal, lost, stolen etc.).  They will likely not see her if she is coming to ask about a immigrant visa for her spouse.  If they did let her in she would just be told your in AP and it can't be waived or expedited and sent on her way.  It will not accomplish anything.

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21 minutes ago, USS_Voyager said:

One thing she can do is to just show up at the Embassy, telling them she want to inquire about her case, and go from there. Be prepared though, they may just turn her away and tell her to wait some more. 

I understand you...my wife is very stressed I don’t blame her.. this will be her fourth visit first one after the interview 

so if its ok to go and inquire then that’s what we will do

thanks

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16 minutes ago, Ahmed&Freda said:

The US embassy is open to American Citizens for US citizen services only (passport renewal, lost, stolen etc.).  They will likely not see her if she is coming to ask about a immigrant visa for her spouse.  If they did let her in she would just be told your in AP and it can't be waived or expedited and sent on her way.  It will not accomplish anything.

Thanks not even inquiries?

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5 minutes ago, IknBarbie said:

Thanks not even inquiries?

one of our VJ  members flew to Morocco and called for an appointment

he was able to schedule one but like it says above,   nothing came of it

they said AP  can last as long as it takes

Let's hope they have more information in Italy

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48 minutes ago, EandH0904 said:

I agree with the above. What is she hoping to accomplish? You are in AP. Her going to the embassy/consulate won't change that and unless they asked for her to come specifically I don't think they would be interested in talking to her unfortunately 

Never say never...we are trying to be positive here

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7 hours ago, IknBarbie said:

Quick question 

 We are in administrative process for two months already for cr1 visa and my wife is due to visit this weekend and she emailed the consulate that she’s visiting but we got no reply yet 

is it okay to visit the embassy upon arrival as she is a USC or she must make an appointment before being allowed in the embassy?

Thanks in advance for your response 🙏🏾

 

they wont give her any information there.  I tried way back when and flew over to Italy too...and they dont take phone calls either.  I had better luck when my Senator sent one simple email on my behalf....when I returned.  They finally started to give answers!


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