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Hello again,

 

so, my interview is coming up. In a different post i already explained that we have submitted everything the consulate asked for. Now since i believe i need a joint sponsor ( i‘ll have the paperwork with me in case they ask for it) will they review that while i‘m there?

I‘ve been told it‘s better to just take it instead of sending it in if they ask for it (they didn‘t, yet) 

 

so my question is, will they tell me on te interview date if i get the visa (cr1) or does it take longer to review the joint sponsors paperwork even when i hand it over?

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3 minutes ago, Karry said:

Hello again,

 

so, my interview is coming up. In a different post i already explained that we have submitted everything the consulate asked for. Now since i believe i need a joint sponsor ( i‘ll have the paperwork with me in case they ask for it) will they review that while i‘m there?

I‘ve been told it‘s better to just take it instead of sending it in if they ask for it (they didn‘t, yet) 

 

so my question is, will they tell me on te interview date if i get the visa (cr1) or does it take longer to review the joint sponsors paperwork even when i hand it over?

All visas are subject to administrative processing post interview,  they may or may not tell you anything at the interview 


YMMV

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All cases go through some form of administrative processing after the interview. Additional paperwork review would probably mean a little longer processing period.  Sometimes officers tell the applicant they are approved....sometimes, they don't.......Regardless, approval is not official until the status changes to "issued"......


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2 minutes ago, missileman said:

All cases go through some form of administrative processing after the interview. Additional paperwork review would probably mean a little longer processing period.  Sometimes officers tell the applicant they are approved....sometimes, they don't.......Regardless, approval is not official until the status changes to "issued"......

Okay thank you

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You haven't filed out a timeline so the generic answer is find out if your consulate want the sponsor's I-864 ahead of time.   Some do, some don't.  If they want it at the interview it will slow down the AP by a few days.


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