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I had interview n July 30th, 2020... after the interview, the interviewer told me that all documents from my side is ok and that there's a delay on paperwork from Embassy side.... additionally I had already uploaded all necessary documents on CEAC before the interview... I got 221g and they took my passport... does that mean they intend to issue me a passport or something else?

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This appears to be normal administrative processing.  Pakistan cases are commonly held in this status for extended periods. It could be a few days, week, or months...There is nothing you can do except wait it out.  They kept the passport....which is a good sign......good luck.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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2 minutes ago, Lucky Cat said:

This appears to be normal administrative processing.  Pakistan cases are commonly held in this status for extended periods. It could be a few days, week, or months...There is nothing you can do except wait it out.  They kept the passport....which is a good sign......good luck.

But i also applied for k1 but didnt get visa thn i applied for cr1 after marriage .. the CO was super satisfied at the end she said 3,4 times everything ok from my side 😭

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2 minutes ago, Saa Isha said:

But i also applied for k1 but didnt get visa thn i applied for cr1 after marriage .. the CO was super satisfied at the end she said 3,4 times everything ok from my side 😭

But you are from Pakistan- it’s very common to go through extensive AP vetting background checks. There was also a denial for a k1 for a reason.


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5 minutes ago, Saa Isha said:

But i also applied for k1 but didnt get visa thn i applied for cr1 after marriage .. the CO was super satisfied at the end she said 3,4 times everything ok from my side 😭

It doesnt matter what the CO says at the time of the interview. Cases from Pakistan more often than not go through a long AP process (usually many months), because the US can not rely on the police certificates issued by pakistan 

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K1 denials are very common in Pakistan, so don't worry about that.  They kept your passport, so they intend to give you the visa, as long as there are no issues in the background checks.  I have heard of someone getting their visa in 4 days, and then there are cases that take 1-2 years.  Try your best to be patient and live your life.  Inquire every couple of months, if it takes that long, so you are not forgotten.

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11 minutes ago, AliTan said:

K1 denials are very common in Pakistan, so don't worry about that.  They kept your passport, so they intend to give you the visa, as long as there are no issues in the background checks.  I have heard of someone getting their visa in 4 days, and then there are cases that take 1-2 years.  Try your best to be patient and live your life.  Inquire every couple of months, if it takes that long, so you are not forgotten.

Hope for the best 🥺🥺 mybe soon i will get my visa because its my 2nd time 😭

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1 hour ago, Saa Isha said:

Hope for the best 🥺🥺 mybe soon i will get my visa because its my 2nd time 😭

Why was the K-1 denied?


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18 minutes ago, Lucky Cat said:

Why was the K-1 denied?

May have been too married for a K1 not married enough for a CR1 judging from past posts.


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1 minute ago, Boiler said:

May have been too married for a K1 not married enough for a CR1 judging from past posts.

Thanks.  I asked since marriage doesn't cure all denials........but it does cure the "too married for a K-1" condition......


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2 minutes ago, Lucky Cat said:

Thanks.  I asked since marriage doesn't cure all denials........but it does cure the "too married for a K-1" condition......

OP can conform, I could be wrong, just going from the tone of past posts.


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42 minutes ago, Lucky Cat said:

Why was the K-1 denied?

They didn't gave me any reason at the time of k1 .. at the end of interview they said your case in AP we will contact you .. after 2 months they returned my case to nvc 

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There was mention of a Skype wedding? Otherwise lack of relationship evidence is the usual reason.


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3 minutes ago, Boiler said:

There was mention of a Skype wedding? Otherwise lack of relationship evidence is the usual reason.

Lol that post was not for mine i was just asking for my friend i also mention there 

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