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Been placed on administrative processing after submitting of my additional documents on the 30th OCTOBER, 2018. Nothing has changed since. Can someone provide any possible reason? They don't respond to my emails either

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No time limit. Hard to speculate not knowing any specifics 


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AP is the vast unknown hole......It can not be skipped, and it can not be expedited........it can last for days, weeks, months, or years.........there is no remedy but patience.


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5 hours ago, Prosper k.A said:

Been placed on administrative processing after submitting of my additional documents on the 30th OCTOBER, 2018. Nothing has changed since. Can someone provide any possible reason? They don't respond to my emails either

 Accra embassy

Senators, House reps can file an inquiry after 60 days or 180 days of your application (depending on the country your fiancé in). Just like the NOA2 process they have to respond to the inquiry within 30 days with a legitimate update. However the key to this is you must surpass the "Normal Processing" timeframe. although the "Reasonable" time frame they but on the country US Embassy site is not set in stone they still have to respond to the inquiry. 


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1 hour ago, IssaCaptureFL said:

Senators, House reps can file an inquiry after 60 days or 180 days of your application (depending on the country your fiancé in). Just like the NOA2 process they have to respond to the inquiry within 30 days with a legitimate update. However the key to this is you must surpass the "Normal Processing" timeframe. although the "Reasonable" time frame they but on the country US Embassy site is not set in stone they still have to respond to the inquiry. 

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Posted (edited)

AP is a black hole and nobody can really tell you how long it will take. It varies from days to years. USEM in Accra is a very tough embassy for obvious reasons. What additional documents were asked of you?

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9 hours ago, nastra30 said:

AP is a black hole and nobody can really tell you how long it will take. It varies from days to years. USEM in Accra is a very tough embassy for obvious reasons. What additional documents were asked of you?

Divorce certificate, which I did

 

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