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Is this anything to worry about? Or is that just what it says until my visa is ready to pick up?
My interview went well and they kept my passport so as far as I'm aware there's nothing wrong with my application. 

Am I just over reacting? Haha


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After the interview, administrative processing is common as the consulate has to process and affix the visa if approved.  Nothing to worry about at this point and nothing you can do about it.

 

Good Luck!


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This seems to be the proper thread to ask this question: How long will they keep a passport? The reason is my fiance had her interview on the 15th of July. The CO said all was good but requested a certified court document from me. The embassy received the document on the 24th of July as was updated in ceac.state.gov

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1 hour ago, Stubmeister said:

This seems to be the proper thread to ask this question: How long will they keep a passport? The reason is my fiance had her interview on the 15th of July. The CO said all was good but requested a certified court document from me. The embassy received the document on the 24th of July as was updated in ceac.state.gov

The embassy may keep the passport until they deny or approve the application.      Some embassies are returning the passport during extended processing and will request it again later.


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On 8/3/2019 at 10:31 AM, Stubmeister said:

This seems to be the proper thread to ask this question: How long will they keep a passport? The reason is my fiance had her interview on the 15th of July. The CO said all was good but requested a certified court document from me. The embassy received the document on the 24th of July as was updated in ceac.state.gov

My fiance had here interview in Bogota on the 8th and we had the same issue regarding documentation and we are still waiting.

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