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Recent email from U.S. Embassy in Honduras has left us confused.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Honduras
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My husband and I just received an email from the Embassy in Honduras and it has left us confused. My initial thought is that it is a generic response, but wanted to reach out for any help in this matter. 

Here is our background. 

First interview - July 26th 2019

First M.E. expired - January 14, 2020

Second interview - February 20, 2020

Request for new M.E from Embassy - March 19, 2020

New M.E sent to U.S Embassy August 4,  2020

Case updated August 5, 2020

Case updated August 6, 2020

Email sent to us August 6, 2020

 

Here is the email that was sent to us. My initial thought is that it is a generic response, but not sure. I am also not sure why they have not requested his police report since it also expired. I did contact them, letting them know we were confused, but we would resend the form. They were given the form at his first interview. Anyways, thank you for reading and giving me ideas about this.

 

Dear Mr. Alex Omar Pinto Caballero

 

Before your Immigrant Visa interview at the United States Embassy in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, it is important that you electronically resend Form DS-260. (attached instructions). Invoice your case ID is: .............................

 

On the day of your appointment you will need: 1 current passport size photograph, your passport.

 

When you have forwarded this form, please let us know via this email so we can provide you with an appointment date.

 

Sincerely,

 

Immigrant Visa Section

Embassy of the United States in Tegucigalpa

 

 
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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Honduras
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I see no one answered you. I have been reading all your post for last few months. I am also going through k1 for Honduras. what I read from it is that maybe you can update the ds 260 which would give you a new date of when it was signed. and forward it back to the embassy. If you get a appointment please post it. The airport opens tomorrow for domestic then international the 17th. So i am praying the embassy will start to open soon. Hopefully everything works out for you. 

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