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Insha

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  1. I dont know what is going on with your case, what I can say is I think you should be patient and let them do their thing. AP is a pain in the ###, your actually very lucky to have your case looked at in such a short frame of time. I petitioned for my husband in december 2016, he had his interview february of 2018 and 19 months of AP later finally got an update, and a month later his visa...all in all 20 months. There are people out there who have been waiting even longer going into 2 years or more, Its just how its been since trump took office. Your situation can have many factors come into play, but regardless even the fact that your getting quick answers is what I would consider lucky if I was able to get answers quick during our process. Regardless, I would keep emailing them every week if you have to in order to get an answer. Thats what I had to do
  2. If you havent had a single update on its own without inquiries until now that is really good news because it means they are looking into it! Expect an email from them soon
  3. If their saying not too I wouldn't do it. I only updated mine because someone told me to. It doesn't effect your case if you do but I would just do what they say
  4. Hopefully. But I dont think they do it any other way. For the first time Im eager to waste money on expensive stuff lol
  5. Also I know getting the senator or congressman involved doesnt work for everyone but I contacting mine did help a bunch because I felt like the AP has been done for a while but they were just sitting on his case without letting us know. So in my case, it definately helped get the ball unstuck and continue rolling.
  6. Update on my husband's case. After 19 (almost 20) months after contacting my senator's office to make an inquiry we got an email requesting my husband to come in for fingerprinting and oath late next month. Thing is, its been over 19 months since he had his medical and they didn't request a new one. I already updated the DS260 few months ago on my own but they didn't directly ask me to update that either. Just said to come in for the fingerprinting etc. Is this common? Im going to ask them to specify if they need these things to be re done. But just thought I'd share with you guys
  7. After 19 months in AP (going on 20 in a week) I just got an email from the embassy requesting my husband to come to take an oath and fingerprinting sceduled for late next month. Its been over 20 months since we did his last medical so shouldnt we need to do another one??? They didnt even request us to redo the ds260, tho I already updated that a while back but they should still ask for the confirmation. Should I reach out and ask them if they need all this stuff or do ot anyway and have him take it with him?
  8. Oh I see. I guess I will still see the second date change as something positive since my ceac date has never changed on its own unless we made an inquiry. I see that your interview was in late 2017, Im beginning to wonder if our AP's are already done and their just sitting on our cases making us wait for no reason 🤔
  9. Does it update twice back to back? I guess Im just trying to find any hope in this we're almost at 20 months in 2 weeks 😣
  10. 19 months of AP we finally contacted our senator ####### Durbin's office for help on friday 10/04, yesturday I checked ceac and the date changed from our last inquiry date of 9/24 to 10/10 (we didnt make an inquiry this time), today I checked ceac again and the date changed again to todays date 10/11. I called the senator's office today and the lady assigned to our case said she sent the inquiry on wednesday 10/09 and hasn't heard back from them yet. Do you guys think the date changes are from her inquiry? I mean I dont think the Islamabad embassy looks into a case that fast within 24 hours of an inquiry even if its from the senator's office. Not to mention they just check into the case and update it once per inquiry from my past experiences and this time theres been 2 date changes back to back. Also from past experiences whenever they responded via email that its in admin processing the date changed that same day the email was sent so she should have received an email the same day the date was changed if it was due to an inquiry right? Is this a good sign? Or is it just an update for the congressional inquiry that was made?
  11. My husband had his interview february 27th 2018 in Islamabad Pakistan, they took his passport and gave him a admin processing paper. A few days later we got an email with the Ds 5535 additional questionnaire which we filled and submitted right away. Since then every time we send inquiries we only ever got 2 emails with the admin processing message, the rest of the times we made inquiries the date on ceac changes and that it. Recently we finally decided to contact our senate ####### Durbin's office for help on friday 10/04, yesturday I checked ceac and the date changed from our last inquiry date of 9/24 to 10/10 (we didnt make an inquiry this time), today I check ceac again and the date changed again to todays date 10/11. I called the senator's office today and the lady assigned to our case said she sent the inquiry on wednesday and hasn't heard back from them yet. Do you guys think the date changes are from her inquiry? I mean I dont think the embassy looks into a case that fast within 24 hours of an inquiry even if its from the senator's office. Not to mention they just check into the case and update it once per inquiry from my past experiences and this time theres been 2 date changes. Also from past experiences whenever they responded via email that its in admin processing the date changed that same day the email was sent so she should have received an email the same day the date was changed if it was due to an inquiry right? Is this a good sign? Or is it just an update for the congressional inquiry that was made? Any thoughts on this would be great, thanks!
  12. With the new law going into effect on Nobember 3rd that requires applicants who wish to immigrate to the U.S to have medical insurance within a month of them being here, how is everyone planning on obtaining this insurance for those you guys are petitioning for before they set foot in this country? I was thinking maybe a universal insurance plan would be what they want us to apply for, but that sounds more expensive than regular insurance 🙄
  13. This is stated on USCIS's site last updated 10/02 that states only public benefits recieved directly or indirectly by the applicant are subjected to public charge. So if you have medicaid, as long as your the only one that recieves it and not your husband than you should be good to go. This is all just from what I gathered from my research, hope it helps.
  14. I just saw this on the news. I think it's for those who have immigrated here already and plan on obtaining a green card. If they are on government support of any kind and attempt to get a green card they could get deported unless they apply after becoming a U.S citizen. Also I dont think it effects the person getting the visa if their spouse who applied for them is on public support so as long as that person is a U.S citizen themselves. This is what I got from my research on this. I hope lawyers fighting against this bill win, it's just another ridiculous attempt to stop any sort of immigration, be it legal or illegal.
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