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So my boyfriend's visa interview was rescheduled due to a big planned political demonstration near the embassy in Malawi Africa.

 

He went this morning for the interview, paid the fee, provided all the documents and then he along with 7 others were told the embassy was having an emergency meeting and were asked to wait outside and they would call them back inside in an hour.

 

When he went in they told him that his case required more time and rescheduled the interview to next week. All of the other applicants were applying for student visas so they remained there.

 

I'm thinking that because he is applying for a K1 is why they asked him to return on a different day or could be why they were unprepared? Am I totally off base? They also kept his passport so does that mean they could process it and return to him when he goes next week??

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