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My fiance and I attended our final K1 interview with an approved K1 and I-601 waiver. The counsler informed us he will make a decision that afternoon or the following day, and took my fiance passport and gave us an domestic violence paper.

The status on the website is still listed as "Ready" only thing that changes is the update date.

What is going on here? Is there anyone with a similar situation or information??   

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51 minutes ago, AJay00md said:

My fiance and I attended our final K1 interview with an approved K1 and I-601 waiver. The counsler informed us he will make a decision that afternoon or the following day, and took my fiance passport and gave us an domestic violence paper.

The status on the website is still listed as "Ready" only thing that changes is the update date.

What is going on here? Is there anyone with a similar situation or information??   

Whenever your AP case is being updated and you notice a date change, it means your case has been "touched" so you can be sure the decision on your visa's fate has been made since it's weekend you will be hearing from them next week hopefully from monday or within next week it will change to "issued", Goodluck.

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On 5/4/2019 at 10:04 AM, mniceguy16 said:

Whenever your AP case is being updated and you notice a date change, it means your case has been "touched" so you can be sure the decision on your visa's fate has been made since it's weekend you will be hearing from them next week hopefully from monday or within next week it will change to "issued", Goodluck.

Thank you! With all the stress, loneliness etc. For the 26 months It's a battle between the answer and the relationship tension. To everyone in this situation it takes two people to stay positive and strong together. Also, remember after your Docs are submitted everything else is out of your control! Don't take the frustrations out on your  man/woman.

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i understand totally what you are saying... its been 5 months since I applied... and it feels like a 1000 years ago... i am very anxious and sometime the long wait its hard... spacially when you have to manage, work, everyday life situations and a long distance relationship... i feel very lonely and bored at times... but i guess its just part of the process.... the traveling back and forth its hard, i have missed to many days of work, and my paychecks were really bad... the money seems not be enough at times


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1 hour ago, Indira/Charlys said:

i understand totally what you are saying... its been 5 months since I applied... and it feels like a 1000 years ago... i am very anxious and sometime the long wait its hard... spacially when you have to manage, work, everyday life situations and a long distance relationship... i feel very lonely and bored at times... but i guess its just part of the process.... the traveling back and forth its hard, i have missed to many days of work, and my paychecks were really bad... the money seems not be enough at times

Definitely is a hard process mentally, physically, and financially. We are at 26 months and attended our last interview was a week ago, and our status still reads "ready" for the interview which was updated today to the same status "ready". How can it update to ready when we had the interview a week ago. Very frustrating. 

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