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  1. Hi, Was anyone issued a visa after 4, 5, 6, months of administrative processing? I’m currently on my 5th month even though my fiancé was told he was approved at the interview. Just really confused and worried
  2. zoya786

    medical emergency

    Yes we can show all of this . This needs urgent medical care and we both would like to get it treated in America where we both are guaranteed the proper care and treatment
  3. zoya786

    medical emergency

    If I weren’t in the picture, he would applied for a visit visa to seek medical care in America. As I’ve stated he has never used Pakistan’s medial services, no treatments or surguries ever done in Pakistan. Yes he has waited 6 months but like I stated it is now getting worse and getting bigger. It is causing a lot of discomfort.
  4. Hi everyone, I have applied for a k1 visa for my fiance in Pakistan. Unfortunately, my fiance has developed a "cyst" on his face which is getting bigger as time passes. I am scared it can become inflamed or infected, with the overlying skin that is becoming red, tender, and sore. He has had this for over 6 months but is getting really worse now. The typical treatment for any cyst is removal by surgery and a routine test for cancer. All unusual lumps need to be investigated by a qualified health professional. Some cysts are cancerous and early treatment is vital. If left untreated, cysts can cause serious complications including infection, the cyst fills with bacteria and pus, and becomes an abscess. If the abscess bursts inside the body, there is a risk of blood poisoning (septicaemia). The only treatment for this would be a surgical removal. My fiance is 27 years old and has never used Pakistan's medical services. Being a US citizen, I do not trust Pakistan's medical care especially for serious treatments like surgery. We both would rather have this treatment done in America. As for right now, our case is in Administrative processing and has been in AP ever since the interview in August 2018. I am thinking to pay a visit to the Islamabad embassy and show them my fiance needs to seek medical treatment in America and request them to issue the visa as this is a medical emergency. Please advise on what you think Thank you, Zoya