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  1. Wow what a long journey. My husband's case is on AP for exactly 1 year now. We are so frustrated but by looking at your case, we have to be hopeful. Thanks for sharing.
  2. Yes, last travel to Iran (banned country) was in 2014. Mostly we traveled in Europe and Canada.
  3. I was about to email the embassy that I noticed the status was changed back to AP on Ceac without me reaching them. They are totally aware of the the situation. I just don't know what is taking sooooo long to process the Visa. Tomorrow, Jan 10 is going to be exactly one year since my husband's interview
  4. Received this message on CEAC today. What does it mean and what should I do? Expiring Soon Immigrant Visa Case Number: #### Case Created: 13-Jul-2017 Case Last Updated: 08-Jan-2019 Section 203(g) of the Immigration and Nationality Act requires that your registration be canceled and any petition approved on your behalf canceled, if you do not apply for your immigrant visa within one year of being advised to do so. You were advised of this requirement over 1 year ago, but we have not received a response from you since then. As a result, your application for a visa has been canceled and any petition approved on your behalf has also been canceled. Your application may be reinstated and any petition revalidated if, within one year, you can establish that your failure to pursue your immigrant visa application was due to circumstances beyond your control. Please provide a written statement to the Embassy or Consulate outlining the circumstances beyond your control and noting that you still wish to pursue this visa petition. For more information, please visit TRAVEL.STATE.GOV.
  5. We had 3 updates after Senator's inquiry in September. We are still in AP since then Hope your case goes faster.
  6. 1. Visa class: IR1 2. Country : Sweden (Born in Iran) 3. Interview: January 10, 2018 4. DS 5535: January 17, 2018 5: USC/Beneficiary: USC 6: Total Time since interview: 11 months
  7. This is the spreadsheet we filled up before. Some got their visas. It should be edited, I guess. But there are so many still waiting.
  8. I pray for all of us to be done with this nightmare as soon as possible. I was feeling depressed today too It's a very difficult time of waiting and not knowing what's going to happen and when it will end.
  9. We had an update today! I just checked. But I'm sure it's because there was an inquiry from the Senator's office about our case! It's been 10 months
  10. I just don't understand why USCIS approve the case from the beginning! This is so frustrating going through the whole process and waiting about a year to get an interview, then they say there is a slim chance for the waiver to be approved!!! I wish you the best of luck. My husband's born in Iran and holding a swedish passport for 15 years. His IR1 visa case is on AP for 10 months now