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Administrative Processing after Visa Approval at Interview

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Hi. I am a newbie here. I had an interview with my family on the 18th and the CO said everything is fine and our visas are approved. It's been 7 days (5 working days) since the interview but my CEAC Status says Administrative Processing. 
Is this the normal process, is there anything I can do, anybody in the same situation?

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This is completely normal 👍🏻

There is no set time line for how long this will take though, and no way to speed it up. Just a little longer wait!

 

The next status will be ‘Issued’.

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12 minutes ago, Daphne K said:

This is completely normal 👍🏻

There is no set time line for how long this will take though, and no way to speed it up. Just a little longer wait!

 

The next status will be ‘Issued’.

Thanks. I am just worried because another lady I went with status says issued the very next day. 

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2 minutes ago, Yen-Naah said:

Thanks. I am just worried because another lady I went with status says issued the very next day. 

Each case is different, does not have mean that there is something wrong with your case. You’re almost there! 


 

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3 hours ago, Yen-Naah said:

Hi. I am a newbie here. I had an interview with my family on the 18th and the CO said everything is fine and our visas are approved. It's been 7 days (5 working days) since the interview but my CEAC Status says Administrative Processing. 
Is this the normal process, is there anything I can do, anybody in the same situation?

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It’s normal. My parents were approved on 18th as well and Ceac changed to Administrative Processing after their interview but this morning it changed to issued. 

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6 minutes ago, JeanneSs said:

It’s normal. My parents were approved on 18th as well and Ceac changed to Administrative Processing after their interview but this morning it changed to issued. 

Thanks @JeanneSs. Which consulate was their interview please? 

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