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I have an issue, someone please help me. My wife filed in for my son and I on F2A visa. I and my son attended our interview which I think was successful. At the end, CO offers me a letter stating that, due to insufficient evidence to prove Father and son relationship, we will not issue you visa now, you and your son will have to do a DNA test. The test was immediately paid for and done. The result was positive. It was sent directly to the embassy. Three weeks after the embassy received the results, (which was already two months after my interview), the embassy wrote my wife and asked us to set up an appointment in order to drop passport. We set up the appointment, got to the embassy, we were sent to the first window where we presented our passport and were asked to sit and wait. 10 minutes after, we were called to next window, Co said hi, we received your DNA results, it is positive, all your documents are correct, here are some of your rights when you get to the United States, please read them before going, we will not offer your visa today, we will give you chip that you will use to pickup your visa next week. Co when back and front, after three minutes, Co said, I am sorry, your visa is been put on hold for further administrative processing. Handed to me 221g letter with a sheet containing 16 questions to be answered and submitted to the consulate section. The questions were about, places I have lived, phone numbers used, work history all for the past 15yrs. Also, old and new passports number, siblings names, travels made for the past years etc. These questions were answer and sent immediately. Now, I am a bit confused, is this normal?  How long does this process takes? Why only requested for DNA, then after DNA, requesting further. Anyone here in similar situation, or was in situation like this put got the visa already?  I like to hear your experience,  please please 

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Varies by Consulate, quite common for some.


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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Case keep updating, status  (Administrative processing ) still remains the same. No call or communication has been sent to me since I submitted the last request. Last updated : November 6. Is there anyone in same situation or with same experience? Status updating, what dose it implies? 

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