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Hello every one, 

 

my fiance had his interview today and he thinks it went good, however at the end of the interview he was given a white 211g highlighting Admin Review, he asked the CO if he needs to submit or send any documents and CO told him that he needs to put the case in Admin Review.

the CO kept all supporting Documents as well as my fiance's passport.

any one has been through a similar situation or know what this means?

 

 

Thanks 

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100% normal.  All cases go through administrative processing...... 


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1 hour ago, itsbob said:

some people get a decision right there and then

 

Even 'verbal approvals' often end up in extended AP.

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verbal approval at the interview is not actual approval ..  actual approval isn't until you see ISSUED on the CEAC website


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2 hours ago, Jorgedig said:

Even 'verbal approvals' often end up in extended AP.

Exactly.......and some have even ended in denials......


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4 hours ago, itsbob said:

some people get a decision right there and then

 

Not really....they might get an approval recommendation from the consulate officer...but official approval comes later.


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is it a good thing that they kept my passport, i saw that most people get told to wait to hear from the CO to send in their passports, another thing is they just kept the supporting documents and my passport they didn't ask for my photographs.

 

thanks,

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On 8/13/2019 at 7:42 AM, itsbob said:

is it a good thing that they kept my passport, i saw that most people get told to wait to hear from the CO to send in their passports, another thing is they just kept the supporting documents and my passport they didn't ask for my photographs.

 

thanks,

They also have been known to send the passport back, don`t read to much into it until you are issued.



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