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had interview on july 8 at us embassy in Islamabad the interview went well very short and smple for f2a child of lpr the problem we had was the birth of place in the passport was wrong so the officer issued 221g and said to correct the passport and send it back. we got a new passport and the error has been fixed in the new passport now place of birth matches the place of birth in birth certificate that is what they wanted. we send the passport back on july 18 2019. its almost a week and there is no update on ceac  I know of others on this forum that sent docs and saw some kind of update on case in 2 days im almost a week and no type of date on ceac at all.  I have few questions

 

1. how long does (AEG) the courier take to deliver the docs to the embassy?

2.how do we know that embassy received docs 

3.how long after they receive the docs does the case update

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1-2 Do you not get a tracking number for the parcel?

3 There is no set time to review the documents.


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no we only get like a receipt that like an acknowledgement that we handed over the docs to the courier and there is a reference number but I think that reference number is like internal for the embassy. no tracking number that we can track I researched all over but no luck

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