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Shukri

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    Faribault
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    Minnesota

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  • Immigration Status
    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
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    Nebraska Service Center
  • Country
    Somalia

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  1. Thanks for replying. We have been in AP since Jan 2018. So it’s been a year. Hopefully, this is good sign that his case is moving.
  2. Hello everyone, I had question I hope that you can help me with. My husband’s case is in administrative processing. However, I noticed today that ds 260 form page says reopened instead of completed. I haven’t received any email from the embassy or anything. Has anyone seen that and what do I have to do? Thanks in advance.
  3. No he didn't use a lawyer. And I didn't use one either. That's where I think I messed up because if I had known about the waiver process I would have prepared for it.
  4. He was from Somalia, CR1 visa. His interview was Jan 30, 2018 at the Embassy in Nairobi.
  5. I don't know why your case was refused, like you said Sudan isn't one of the ban countries. I am sorry but be patient and after it's been a month or so, send an email to embassy inquiring about your case. My husband is still under AP but he knows a guy that was given 212 refusal letter and he received his visa back in March. So they're processing the waivers, it is just taking them a long time to do it.
  6. I am not sure which one it is khadar. Please keep me updated on anything new you hear.
  7. Hi, no I haven't. They have not changed his ceac status from refused either. I think it has to do with the travel ban too. They might be waiting for the supreme court hearing date which I heard is on the 25th of April. I am not sure though. What embassy did your mom do her interview?
  8. He is from Somalia. I don't know what to do or how to appeal this decision, I just wanted to find anyone else going through the same situation.
  9. Hi, I wanted to ask this question here because I can't find anyone else going through the same thing. My husband had his interview Jan 30,2018. Consular officer told him his visa was refused under the president proclamation 212(f). His ceac status still says refused. I emailed them what I can do to appeal this decision and here is the email I got from them: Please note that the case is pending mandatory administrative process. Following the new presidential proclamation, the consular officer found him ineligible for a visa under Section 212(f) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, pursuant to Presidential Proclamation 9645. The decision cannot be appealed. The consular officer is reviewing his eligibility for a waiver. To approve his waiver, the consular officer must determine that denying his entry would cause undue hardship, that his entry would not pose a threat to the national security or public safety of the United States, and that his entry would be in the national interest of the United States. This can be a lengthy process, and until the consular officer can make an individualized determination on these three factors, your application will remain refused under Section 212(f). You will be contacted with a final determination on your application as soon as practicable. Please if anyone is going through the same thing help me figure this out. Thank you.
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