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I am depressed bcz I had my interview in Egypt on 25th june 2018. My wife have a green card and applied for me. In the interview I didn't know that I have to bring photos of me so, in the interview the consul gave me a paper form and told me to fill it and send it with my photos to the US embassy and I have 2 passports Egyptian and polish passport. The consul asked if I was born in Poland and when he knew that I was born there so he gave me that paper form (supplemental questions). Since that time I am waiting for my case to be issued and nothing new. so, my question is how long does it normally takes or for how long the case remains under administrative processing? What is the maximum time? 

Another question, If I want to travel to England using my Polish passport, will it be a problem or gonna slow the process down for longer time or it doesn't have any effect on the process? Thanks

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for travel to England you polish passport should work:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_requirements_for_Polish_citizens

 

as for administrative processing - you will have to wait it out.  The embassy should have emailed you the required documents for the interview.  Hopefully you put the countries you lived in and travel correctly on the DS260.

 

Was it a DS5355 they gave you to fill out?

 


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24 minutes ago, RamyEweis said:

I am depressed bcz I had my interview in Egypt on 25th june 2018. My wife have a green card and applied for me. In the interview I didn't know that I have to bring photos of me so, in the interview the consul gave me a paper form and told me to fill it and send it with my photos to the US embassy and I have 2 passports Egyptian and polish passport. The consul asked if I was born in Poland and when he knew that I was born there so he gave me that paper form (supplemental questions). Since that time I am waiting for my case to be issued and nothing new. so, my question is how long does it normally takes or for how long the case remains under administrative processing? What is the maximum time? 

Another question, If I want to travel to England using my Polish passport, will it be a problem or gonna slow the process down for longer time or it doesn't have any effect on the process? Thanks

It's suppose to take up to 60 days. I would recommend sending in an inquiry and or having your wife call and find out what the issue is, she can attempt to have your congressman or house of Representative send a request in to see what the hold up is. 


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1 hour ago, Paul & Mary said:

for travel to England you polish passport should work:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_requirements_for_Polish_citizens

 

as for administrative processing - you will have to wait it out.  The embassy should have emailed you the required documents for the interview.  Hopefully you put the countries you lived in and travel correctly on the DS260.

 

Was it a DS5355 they gave you to fill out?

 

Yes i think and at the question of if i traveled last 15 years if yes tell in details. i dont travel so i leave that question without answering and dont write no can it cause problem that i dont answer with no when i answer i think that if yes i should write only !!

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15 hours ago, IssaCaptureFL said:

It's suppose to take up to 60 days.

There is no "normal processing time" for Administrative Processing... it can go on and on, and won't be over until they're done.  There is no maximum time.  Not much anyone can do about it.  Sometimes it's a few weeks, other times a year, two years, we have seen countless cases here of very long AP.  And with the DS5355 there is a lot of information for them to dig into.  It can take a very long time.  

 

13 hours ago, RamyEweis said:

Yes i think and at the question of if i traveled last 15 years if yes tell in details. i dont travel so i leave that question without answering and dont write no can it cause problem that i dont answer with no when i answer i think that if yes i should write only !!

You're saying with two passports, dual citizenship of Poland and Egypt, that you have not traveled AT ALL in the last 15 years??  You have stayed in Egypt all that time and have never left the country?  Make sure you are completely honest in filling out the form.  Put down everything, don't try to hide or fail to disclose anything or you will just cause more problems for yourself.

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1 hour ago, carmel34 said:

There is no "normal processing time" for Administrative Processing... it can go on and on, and won't be over until they're done.  There is no maximum time.  Not much anyone can do about it.  Sometimes it's a few weeks, other times a year, two years, we have seen countless cases here of very long AP.  And with the DS5355 there is a lot of information for them to dig into.  It can take a very long time.  

 

You're saying with two passports, dual citizenship of Poland and Egypt, that you have not traveled AT ALL in the last 15 years??  You have stayed in Egypt all that time and have never left the country?  Make sure you are completely honest in filling out the form.  Put down everything, don't try to hide or fail to disclose anything or you will just cause more problems for yourself.

 There is a “normal processing” time frame, and no I did not come to that conclusion from this insert. I myself am dealing with a AP situation and every time I’ve called prior to sending in documents and after sending in the requested documents I was told the same thing “please allow up to 60 business days” those in my country’s thread had there’s resolved within 10-15 business days and one reached 56 days. So yes there is a “normal” time frame window/quota for AP cases. That doesn’t mean all get resolved within that time frame. It just means that’s their goal for each case. 

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