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We have had 11 updates from December until April 16th and then STOP. Zero since :( 

 

We have gotten NO updates since April 16. I have sent a a dozen Email inquiries since then.

Yes a dozen. I am sorry, but I will not sit and just wait for nothing. I remain Proactive. Anyhow, My congressman inquired about our Visa this week. He received an Email letter from the Consulate

(Thank you but no thank you...No one knows and every case is different blah blah blah) generic type of letter.

Still No Update. Not even after a Congressional Inquiry???

…Anyone know why? Experienced the same? 

 

Thanks :) 


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Congressional inquiry is just a "nudge" or poke at the embassy. The embassy has it's own unique powers and they make the final decisions.


08/15/2014 : Met Online

06/30/2016 : I-129F Packet Sent

07/08/2016 : NOA 1 Received

08/25/2016 : NOA 2 Received (48 days)

11/08/2016 : Interview - APPROVED!

11/18/2016 : Visa in hand

11/23/2016 : POE - Dallas, Texas

From sending of I-129F petiton to POE - 146 days.

 

02/03/2017 - Married 

02/24/2017 - AOS packet sent

06/01/2017 - EAD/AP Combo Card Received in mail

12/06/2017 - I-485 Approved

12/14/2017 - Green Card Received in mail - No Interview

 

 

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Just now, Derik-Lina said:

We have had 11 updates from December until April 16th and then STOP. Zero since :( 

 

We have gotten NO updates since April 16. I have sent a a dozen Email inquiries since then.

Yes a dozen. I am sorry, but I will not sit and just wait for nothing. I remain Proactive. Anyhow, My congressman inquired about our Visa this week. He received an Email letter from the Consulate

(Thank you but no thank you...No one knows and every case is different blah blah blah) generic type of letter.

Still No Update. Not even after a Congressional Inquiry???

…Anyone know why? Experienced the same? 

 

Thanks :) 

if the petitioner in Morocco with you, would make infopass and check what is going on .....

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5 hours ago, adil-rafa said:

congress has no control over immigration

 

That is correct. Thank you :)

6 hours ago, Ben&Zian said:

Congressional inquiry is just a "nudge" or poke at the embassy. The embassy has it's own unique powers and they make the final decisions.

 

Agreed 120%. Thank you :) 


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You guys are great help. Thank you :)

Always on VJ to help us all. You are so dedicated.

I am guilty but I won t be here after my wife receives her Visa ...

We will be so busy with life. A happy and healthy life with lots of children :) 

And if she does not get her Visa this week, She will get soon as I am a proud American who has served his country well.

My wife and I have trades, education, skills, money, good health, potential, vision and more to establish a great life nshlah ta3ala :) 

 

 


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1 hour ago, abdo1 said:

if the petitioner in Morocco with you, would make infopass and check what is going on .....

Khoya, Info pass or whatever.  It is what it is regardless. My wife will be here nshlah sooner or later.

I am a proud American with A Service background and 100 s of thousands paid in Taxes over many years. I am A very successful man lhmdulah.

My beloved wife and I have great faith in my American government to reunite us soon nshlah regardless. We have everything needed and requested by the ConsulaTE.

Both my Congressman and Senator are on top of it, and my State Governor too. My lawyer will join in very soon and YES. They will make a difference no matter what dobab iliktroni will say here :) 

 


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20 hours ago, Derik-Lina said:

We have gotten NO updates since April 16. I have sent a a dozen Email inquiries since then.

The interview was in December, since then you got put in AP and were asked to submit the dreaded DS-5535 form.  This will take time to review as you know, to go through everything on that form and do additional checks which is common with Morocco.  All you can do is wait and not worry about it.  If your relationship is bona fide, and it sounds like it is very strong, you will eventually get through this.  I think sending too many emails to the embassy is counter-productive and will only annoy the embassy staff reviewing your case.  Constant email inquiries will not speed up the DS-5535 process.  I would suggest an email once or twice a month, maybe a monthly phone call but no more.  Emailing or calling every day will only drive you crazy.  Try to focus on work or your own interests.  And visit your wife as often as you can in Morocco or another place for vacations together, to spend time together, to keep your relationship strong.  My husband and I see each other every couple of months while we wait and it really helps.  Lots of messages to each other, emails, video calls every day.  Focus on your relationship and the things you have control over, and try not to stress about the things you can't control.  This long wait to be together really sucks but you will eventually be together if you really want to.  Good luck!

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34 minutes ago, carmel34 said:

The interview was in December, since then you got put in AP and were asked to submit the dreaded DS-5535 form.  This will take time to review as you know, to go through everything on that form and do additional checks which is common with Morocco.  All you can do is wait and not worry about it.  If your relationship is bona fide, and it sounds like it is very strong, you will eventually get through this.  I think sending too many emails to the embassy is counter-productive and will only annoy the embassy staff reviewing your case.  Constant email inquiries will not speed up the DS-5535 process.  I would suggest an email once or twice a month, maybe a monthly phone call but no more.  Emailing or calling every day will only drive you crazy.  Try to focus on work or your own interests.  And visit your wife as often as you can in Morocco or another place for vacations together, to spend time together, to keep your relationship strong.  My husband and I see each other every couple of months while we wait and it really helps.  Lots of messages to each other, emails, video calls every day.  Focus on your relationship and the things you have control over, and try not to stress about the things you can't control.  This long wait to be together really sucks but you will eventually be together if you really want to.  Good luck!

Please post more and write more :) Your reply is very soothing, positive, supportive and productive. I will try and do as you have suggested. Visajourney needs more like you.

 


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On 5/10/2019 at 7:09 PM, abdo1 said:

if the petitioner in Morocco with you, would make infopass and check what is going on .....

Is it possible as us citizen to have an infopass abroad with Embassy to request visa status ? 

Never heard about this before.

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