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Multiple Visa Interviews

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Hello Visa Journey Members,

 

There are so many people on administrative processing waiting for a decision.

 

Has anyone been called back more than 2 or 3 times for an interview by the Embassy in Casablanca prior to your visa being issued?

 

We would appreciate your feedback.

 

Thank you!🙏🏽

 

 

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17 hours ago, Mr & Mrs Corazon said:

Hello Visa Journey Members,

 

There are so many people on administrative processing waiting for a decision.

 

Has anyone been called back more than 2 or 3 times for an interview by the Embassy in Casablanca prior to your visa being issued?

 

We would appreciate your feedback.

 

Thank you!🙏🏽

 

 

My fiance was called back for a second interview and he was approved. That was Sept 10th. Our case status changed to "Issued" on Sept 12th. We never received any call or text from Aramex that his passport and visa were ready for pick up. He called and actually went to the Aramex location several times, nothing. Then we get a call on Sept 24th asking why we did not pick up his passport? My fiance told them he'd been calling and went there and nothing. The officer said they would sent it back that day. He went to Aramex on Sept 25th. Still nothing. He went to the Embassy and spoke to a security guard and that person graciously called someone in the Embassy who placed my fiance on hold and called Aramex. They confirmed the passport was there, so he went back to Aramex. After about 15 minutes the lady comes out with a package (the passport and sealed documents envelope are given in a clear plastic bag). He noticed the passport cover was old and he knew his was a newer one. He opened the clear plastic bag and looked at the passport, it was for an African woman? They finally found his passport shortly thereafter. Point of all of this, if your case status says "Issued", do not believe Aramex that they do not have it. Have your fiance go to the Embassy and see if he can talk to someone inside to intervene. It's been a horrible experience, but we finally have the passport/visa and he will be here in Los Angeles on October 17th!

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