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Got refused my immigrant visa. Help please

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Filed: F-3 Visa Country: Guyana
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The Guyana US embassy give me a white paper stating my case was ineligible for a visa under the national immigration act INA. 

The consulate officer told me to submit evidence of a new joint sponsor to meet the financial income required. 

They give me a email address to send the documents to. ":: iv221G*****@state.gov

I recieved an automatic email stating my my email was received and it will take up to 10 days for my documents to be reviewed. 

 

It's been almost 13 days now with no response from the embassy. 

 

Please note the officer told me "it normally takes 4 days to got a response."

 

I dont know what to do. I posted a thread similar to this and someone told me to wait but right now I guess wait is my last option. 

Can someone give me some advice what to do.

Or a number that I can call the US guyana consulate with. 

 

Thank you 

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You must wait......there is nothing you can do at this point.


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Just now, vidash23 said:

But. To you guys how long will it normally take.

No  one can answer that.  Document review, administrative processing, etc times vary.


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2 hours ago, vidash23 said:

Oh okay thanks . But is there an average time like. 

1 or 2 months maybe 

AP can be days, weeks, months or years to process. Hopefully your new sponsor is more that qualified.


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Filed: F-3 Visa Country: Guyana
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41 minutes ago, Paul & Mary said:

AP can be days, weeks, months or years to process. Hopefully your new sponsor is more that qualified.

I think he is qualified. 

Total is 5 of us in all including him.. and make around 60k

 

But it's just I'm wondering how long it will take for this consulate to review it. : Georgetown usEmbassy Guyana 

Since every embassy is different 

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1 hour ago, vidash23 said:

I think he is qualified. 

Total is 5 of us in all including him.. and make around 60k

 

But it's just I'm wondering how long it will take for this consulate to review it. : Georgetown usEmbassy Guyana 

Since every embassy is different 

Not only is every Embassy is different but also every case is different. There is somebody on here who's 221g took 30 but there is also a somebody on here who’s 221g took over a year. This is why nobody can every answer how long it will take.

 

Like someone already said, all you can do is wait.


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