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I recently got approved for our k1 visa petition last March 26,2019. The visa will be released on April 2,2019. But embassy called me that I need to go back to do my fingerprinting again. Is there something I need to worry about?? I’m confused why do I need to do it. 😭😭😭

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3 minutes ago, VaneSer81 said:

I recently got approved for our k1 visa petition last March 26,2019. The visa will be released on April 2,2019. But embassy called me that I need to go back to do my fingerprinting again. Is there something I need to worry about?? I’m confused why do I need to do it. 😭😭😭

Your fingerprints prob didn't get in the system right when you did it the first time. Nothing to worry about, they need your prints to run the background checks.

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1 minute ago, C90 said:

Your fingerprints prob didn't get in the system right when you did it the first time. Nothing to worry about, they need your prints to run the background checks.

So that means I need to wait another week for my visa right? So sad 😔😔. I was worrying about it because I misread the requirement about the police clearance of any country I used to live for more that six months. They asked me about it then I was honest to them and told them that I didn’t bring any. But they said I am approved. I’m just too worried about the fact that they will tell me once I go back there that I’m denied. I’m thinking a lot of things. I worry too much hahaha

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9 minutes ago, VaneSer81 said:

So that means I need to wait another week for my visa right? So sad 😔😔. I was worrying about it because I misread the requirement about the police clearance of any country I used to live for more that six months. They asked me about it then I was honest to them and told them that I didn’t bring any. But they said I am approved. I’m just too worried about the fact that they will tell me once I go back there that I’m denied. I’m thinking a lot of things. I worry too much hahaha

Well, no one can tell you when you get your visa, since you have to go through AP. The embassy can say you're approved and get your passport than and than, but in the end it depends on how long the final checks take to get your visa. Go back asap to get your fingerprints taken again and then just wait. You'll be fine

 

They won't deny you, unless they find something that makes you inadmissible (like a criminal record you didn't tell m about) So don't worry about it.

 

You were extremely lucky that they did not ask for the police report from the other country, unless its a country that doesn't give out police reports if you don't live there anymore (Seen some stories on VJ where the requirement was waived based on the country, you lived in another country for 6+ months after you turned 16 right?). Don't know if they'll just waive it, get their own check done or will RFE you for it when you're in AP. But also that's something I wouldn't worry about too much. 

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1 hour ago, C90 said:

Well, no one can tell you when you get your visa, since you have to go through AP. The embassy can say you're approved and get your passport than and than, but in the end it depends on how long the final checks take to get your visa. Go back asap to get your fingerprints taken again and then just wait. You'll be fine

 

They won't deny you, unless they find something that makes you inadmissible (like a criminal record you didn't tell m about) So don't worry about it.

 

You were extremely lucky that they did not ask for the police report from the other country, unless its a country that doesn't give out police reports if you don't live there anymore (Seen some stories on VJ where the requirement was waived based on the country, you lived in another country for 6+ months after you turned 16 right?). Don't know if they'll just waive it, get their own check done or will RFE you for it when you're in AP. But also that's something I wouldn't worry about too much. 

Thanks for helping out. Really appreciate it. I hope and pray this will finish soon. Can’t wait to be with him. Too much things to do lol. I think obstacles keeps us stronger. 💪🏽

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