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Had interview in Honduras..but no answer and did not keep passport.

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Hello, 

My husband had his interview yesterday in Honduras. We were both there, since I am with him now during summer vacation. Everything seemed to go well, but the only issue is that the Dr. did not send his medical exam to the Embassy in time for them to have it for the interview. My husband was honest about a charge he had back in 2008 and was found not guilty and he doesn't even have a criminal record. The lady only asked my husband two questions about our relationship and marriage but asked a lot of questions about the police report and his charge. She told us we would need to wait in the waiting room. After about 30 minutes she called us back in and told us that they are still waiting for the medical results from the Dr. and once they receive the results they will review his case and send us an e-mail. The biggest thing I am worried about is the fact that she did not keep his passport, but she told him to take it with him because they do not hold passports there. Has anyone ever experienced this? I know of two other people who were approved and they kept their passports to send with the visa. 

Is it a bad sign that they didn't keep his passport? 

 

 

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