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Update to original case number after visa already issued

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42 minutes ago, Cat5storm said:

What are possible reasons that original spouse visa case would receive a new case last updated date in ceac system 2 years after visa had been approved?

- A glitch in the system.

- A Consular Officer or anybody at State actually, accessed that particular case. Like if you open a 2 years old Word file to read it or whatever, when  you close it, the “last date saved” would be today. The reason for assessing could be any number of reasons: they’re reviewing a related case (is any of your close relatives applying for a visa?), maybe they’re doing certain statistical analysis on certain case types, maybe they’re writing a train manual and want to add a specific example from a real case,... I mean, who knows.

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