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If I remember correctly, it will stay in a ready status for a few days after the interview.  Then it will change to Administrative Processing while they process the VISA.  If no issues, 3 or 4 days later it will change to Issued after they actually issue the Visa.

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Using CEAC this is what you will see just after the interview:

 

When the Embassy is ready to issue a visa, it will change to "Nonimmigrant Visa Application"; at that time, you will know that you are a few days away from getting the visa. It will go from "Immigrant Visa Application" to "Nonimmigrant Visa Application" status and then your visa changes to "Ready" ==> "Administrative Processing" ==>> "Issued" status as well. These steps sometimes transpire over a day or even a few days. Some smaller Embassy's it happens within hours.

 

Sometimes, it might skip "Administrative Processing" and go from "Ready" to "Issued".


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15 hours ago, Greenbaum said:

Using CEAC this is what you will see just after the interview:

 

When the Embassy is ready to issue a visa, it will change to "Nonimmigrant Visa Application"; at that time, you will know that you are a few days away from getting the visa. It will go from "Immigrant Visa Application" to "Nonimmigrant Visa Application" status and then your visa changes to "Ready" ==> "Administrative Processing" ==>> "Issued" status as well. These steps sometimes transpire over a day or even a few days. Some smaller Embassy's it happens within hours.

 

Sometimes, it might skip "Administrative Processing" and go from "Ready" to "Issued".

does this mean i can check the status of the visa at the Non-immigrant website when it changed to Non-immigrant?

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4 minutes ago, Adhietia Ramadina said:

hi, may I know the updates on your case? does the "READY" status changed in the end? and how long does it take in total?

 

Thank you.

 
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Changed to Application Received the next Monday as I interviewed on a Friday

AP next day for 2 days

Issued on the 8th

Visa on hand on the 10th

 

Good luck!

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