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    • Abla

      Unable to schedule the interview at the Albanian Consulate
      Unable to schedule the interview at the Albanian Consulate
        Our case was received by the Albanian Consulate from NVC in late May.    After submitting additional documents on July 2nd we received the "Appointment Package" with the link to schedule the interview (https://ais.usvisa-info.com/en-al/iv).   Despite multiple attempts to schedule the interview, we keep getting the message that the Case Number "is not ready for an appointment".    As directed, we have sent an email to the CSRA support desk requesting help with this issue, however we have not received an answer in over 5 days.   The status of our case on CEAC (CEAC (state.gov)) has been "Ready" since late May.    We have emailed the embassy, but have not heard back from them.   Would appreciate any advice on whether we should do anything else or just wait.   Thank you     Quote  
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    • Nasir Shah  »  brkendream

      My family for F4 visa interview in Islamabad Embassy on 29 Jan 2024, 4 get visa and 2 get DS5535 , even we me and my son have no travel history, now its almost 6 monts, family face financial and emotional burden
      · 4 replies
    • Abla

      Unable to schedule the interview at the Albanian Consulate
       
      Our case was received by the Albanian Consulate from NVC in late May. 
       
      After submitting additional documents on July 2nd we received the "Appointment Package" with the link to schedule the interview (https://ais.usvisa-info.com/en-al/iv).
       
      Despite multiple attempts to schedule the interview, we keep getting the message that the Case Number "is not ready for an appointment". 
       
      As directed, we have sent an email to the CSRA support desk requesting help with this issue, however we have not received an answer in over 5 days.
       
      The status of our case on CEAC (CEAC (state.gov)) has been "Ready" since late May. 
       
      We have emailed the embassy, but have not heard back from them.
       
      Would appreciate any advice on whether we should do anything else or just wait.
       
      Thank you. 
      · 0 replies
    • Md4764

      I submitted my N-400 on April 10 2024. I passed my interview on July 1st but got denied today. For the following reasons 
      On July 9, 2021, you was admitted as permanent resident in immigrant classification IR1.
      On July 1, 2024, you appeared for an interview to determine your eligibility for naturalization. At the interview, you provided testimony under oath. During your interview you stated that you traveled outside of the United States on April 9, 2024 and returned on April 24, 2024. That you visited Nigeria. Additionally, you stated that you filled your Form N-400 on April 10, 2024, while in transit in Istanbul.
      After reviewing the evidence and the testimony provided at the interview, USCIS records indicate that you are ineligible for naturalization the following reason(s):
      During the interview and review of your application with an Immigration Services Officer, you confirmed that you resided at……  from February 9, 2023, to the time of filing your application on April 10, 2024. In order to qualify for naturalization under section 319 of the Immigration and Nationality Act, you must reside in a State or USCIS Service District having jurisdiction over your application for at least 3 months before you may file Form N-400. USCIS records reflect that you were outside the United States preceding to the filing of your Form N-400. Unfortunately, ineligible for naturalization at this time.
      You were outside the United States preceding to the filing of your Form N-400 For this reason, you are ineligible for naturalization at this time. See section 319(a) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).
      You have not established that you are eligible for naturalization under section 319 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). Therefore, for the reason(s) stated, we must deny your Form N-400 application. If you believe that you can overcome the grounds for this denial, you may submit a request for a hearing on Form N-336, Request for a Hearing on a Decision in Naturalization Proceedings, within 30 calendar days of service of this decision (33 days if this decision was mailed).
      See Title 8, Code of Federal Regulations (8 CFR), sections 336.2 (a) and 103.8(b). Without a properly filed Form N-336, this decision will become final. See section 336 Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).
      I have resided in my current residence more than a year to day before filing the form
      I was only on vacation to my home country for 2 weeks. I don’t meet the requirements for denial. 
      I want to submit an appeal but it will cost around $780, can I get my appeal money refunded since the uscis officer clearly made a mistake?
      Thanks
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