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This is more of a friendly advise than anything else. 

One day after I had my interview they called me to go back to the embassy because the CO forgot to take my fingerprints! 

Of course this delayed things and here I am... waiting 😅

To all future applicants in your upcoming interviews, if you are told to be approved by the CO, ask them in a very direct yet polite way if there is anything else that they need before you leave the building.

Perhaps this will save 1 person out there somewhere! 



🐇 Sent I-129F: 03/14/2019 

🐇 I-129F NOA1: 03/22/2019 (Received The 18th)

🐇 I-129F NOA2: 06/15/2019 (85 days)

🐇Case transferred to NVC & Case# assigned: 07/10/2019 (25 days) 

🐇 NVC left: 07/23/2019 

🐇 Consulate Received: 07/26/2019 (CEAC switched to ready on the 30th) 

🐇 Interview date: 08/05/2019 (Approved :D:wub:!!!) 


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