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  1. My husband received an email this morning to redo his medical exam and turn in his passport
  2. My husband interviewed in Jan 2019 in Malaysia and they told us it would take 2 to 6 months
  3. August 1st, August 15th update it was “/“ and it recently change August 19th to “or”
  4. I have heard about this. My husband told me about it and he says it’s true, he has seen it on a lot of his friends cases. His case changed to “or” on August 19th
  5. My husband is Yemeni, interviewed in January 2019 at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, IR1 visa
  6. I went to Malaysia in January 2019 for my husband’s interview. They were really nice. It lasted about 5 to 10 minutes. After we finished, they told us to send the DS 9945 to their email, we did that right after and then my husband was placed on AP. His case has been updated every month a few times since January except for the month of May and June. They also told us it would take up to 2 to 6 months. We are now on the 7th month and waiting. Malaysia is really good with replying back to my emails. I’ve went to our Congressman, he was no help and a waste of time. I’ve been on this thread since it first started and been very hopeful reading everyone posts. All I can do is be patient and pray for a fast happy ending with my husband’s case.
  7. Does anyone know a reason why so many of us received an update all on the same day
  8. My husband is Yemeni and he’s been under administrative processing in Kuala Lumpur since January 2019
  9. I don't know if this is new to anyone. This is auto reply I got from the embassy that my husband's case is at. Presidential Proclamation 9645 On December 8, 2017, the Departments of State and Homeland Security began implementing travel restrictions for nationals of Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen under Presidential Proclamation 9645 (PP 9645). Waivers are available, but the process has proven to be quite lengthy. Recently, however, the Department of State began implementing a procedure for PP 9645 cases that includes enhanced automated front-end (pre-interview) screening to determine whether any additional review is required related to determine whether the applicant has satisfied the national security and public safety waiver criterion. This new automated system, which is now fully operational, should significantly increase the speed and efficiency of the vetting process for both current and future waiver cases while maintaining all security standards. Due to the large quantity of PP 9645-related cases that U.S. Embassy Kuala Lumpur must adjudicate, we ask your patience as we work to effectuate the changes, and ask that you please refrain from emailing the U.S. Embassy Kuala Lumpur Consular Section with general questions related to this directive. If a waiver is granted in your case, we will notify you immediately; there is no need for you to inquire about your status.
  10. My husband interview in Jan 2019 and he’s been getting two to three updates a month except for May and so far June.
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