Hi guys, not sure whether anyone knows about the workings of AP in Singapore but I thought it wouldn't hurt to try.
Had my interview 2 days back (16/10), and unfortunately, even though I've mentally prepared for every scenario i thought of, I got a 221(g) because the clinic that handled my medical did not tick the box about the visa I was applying for.
Everything else seems to be okay, according to the consular officer, but he said he needs the amended report before he can go ahead to approve my petition. They kept my passport, which i am hoping is a good sign? Then I got the "refusal worksheet" with the remarks "minor amendment to medical examination report".
After some frantic phone calls, I got a callback from the clinic the same day in the afternoon, saying that they have gone down personally to the embassy to settle the matter. Have been checking my status on CEAC since then, and it says it is in Administrative Processing (AP).
Question now is, what exactly happens in AP, and would anyone know the timeline for that in Singapore? I emailed the embassy, and all they could say was that my "application is under consideration".
Now I'm simply terrified that they find a reason to deny the visa now too, since I never got the catharsis of being told my visa was approved. And rather resentful of the clinic I trusted to handle my medical.
If you've read my post till this far, thank you so much for listening. I know its very possible you might have not have an answer, but it felt good to speak about my frustrations somewhere where it can be understood.