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So my mom was scheduled for her visa interview on Sept 10, 2019 in Manila.. and I check her ceac.travel.gov. it said her case is under under administrative processing.. I read that people who have a status of AP is when they had their interview already... Im so confused and worried..  and my mom medical will expire Sept 25...has anyone experience this situation.. please need some insight...thank u

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1 hour ago, Jen22 said:

So my mom was scheduled for her visa interview on Sept 10, 2019 in Manila.. and I check her ceac.travel.gov. it said her case is under under administrative processing.. I read that people who have a status of AP is when they had their interview already... Im so confused and worried..  and my mom medical will expire Sept 25...has anyone experience this situation.. please need some insight...thank u

Seems your mother had medical in March and what was the initial interview date must be in April, well what I have experienced in 2016 my mother medical was not good so they put her on AP until medical was oky and new interview date had scheduled tell me is this the same case your mom going through, there's nothing to worry about.

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16 hours ago, Rashid patras said:

Seems your mother had medical in March and what was the initial interview date must be in April, well what I have experienced in 2016 my mother medical was not good so they put her on AP until medical was oky and new interview date had scheduled tell me is this the same case your mom going through, there's nothing to worry about.

Yes.. that's what happened to her.. that's a relieved. Thank u for replying.. 

Did your mom also have a interview date that was close to her medical expiration??

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3 hours ago, Jen22 said:

Yes.. that's what happened to her.. that's a relieved. Thank u for replying.. 

Did your mom also have a interview date that was close to her medical 

By the time she rescheduled her interview almost took 4 months and that's the reason when her visa issued she got to travel in 28 days.

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