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24 minutes ago, ashcashbananas said:

for those of us who's cases were placed in AP w/ DS5535 - after the interview, was the passport kept by the CO or was it given back to the beneficiary?

Mine was kept since dec11 last year but Naples consulate and not Morocco but it’s the same pain 😔

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7 hours ago, lynn2018 said:

the gave back my husbands but told him everything looked great just to complete the email and follow directions, so the waiting game it is

when was his interview? my husband's interview was 03/05/19 and they kept his passport.

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My fiancé was given an approval letter and they took his passport at his interview on 1/31/19. On 2/5/19 he was sent the supplemental questionnaire (they didn’t even title it DS-5535) and it has been in AP ever since. Does anyone know any DS-5535 that have ended up approved?

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