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Insha

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    Insha got a reaction from Zeeshan ch in Form DS-5535 "Supplemental Questions for Visa Applicants" -- Part 2   
    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
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    Insha got a reaction from NilsaNAnil in Form DS-5535 "Supplemental Questions for Visa Applicants" -- Part 2   
    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
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    Insha got a reaction from NilsaNAnil in Form DS-5535 "Supplemental Questions for Visa Applicants" -- Part 2   
    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
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    Insha reacted to Ed&Midori1031 in Embassy didn't request medical   
    Always wait on instruction from the embassy.  Lucky if you don't have to do it again.  
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    Insha reacted to Aziz 33 in Embassy didn't request medical   
    First of all congratulations hopefully you guys can be together soon 
    And just follow the embassy instructions they will probably tell him to re-do it 
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    Insha reacted to dwheels76 in Embassy didn't request medical   
    They will instruct him when he comes. Never do anything until they tell you. Just wait.
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    Insha reacted to Le212 in Form DS-5535 "Supplemental Questions for Visa Applicants" -- Part 2   
    Omg. I have no idea but I need to research ASAP. 
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    Insha got a reaction from Zeeshan ch in Form DS-5535 "Supplemental Questions for Visa Applicants" -- Part 2   
    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 🤔
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    Insha got a reaction from NilsaNAnil in Form DS-5535 "Supplemental Questions for Visa Applicants" -- Part 2   
    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 🤔
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    Insha reacted to NilsaNAnil in Form DS-5535 "Supplemental Questions for Visa Applicants" -- Part 2   
    I plan to add my husband to my insurance. I have insurance through my job
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    Insha reacted to Le212 in Form DS-5535 "Supplemental Questions for Visa Applicants" -- Part 2   
    Whewww 😅 okay. Thank you so much! This makes me feel better. I already make enough to sponsor my husband and when I first signed the affidavit of support it already said that the applicant couldn’t receive government assistance. So I knew he wouldn’t qualify for public support. But I thought for some reason it meant that if the petitioner was also getting some public support, that they would deny the applicants visa. This is what scared me. But thank you for giving me a peace of mind. I will be talking with my lawyer soon about this so I can definitely ask him and post about it later for others who have questions. Thank you!!!
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    Insha got a reaction from Le212 in Form DS-5535 "Supplemental Questions for Visa Applicants" -- Part 2   
    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.

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    Insha got a reaction from Le212 in Form DS-5535 "Supplemental Questions for Visa Applicants" -- Part 2   
    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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    Insha got a reaction from NilsaNAnil in Form DS-5535 "Supplemental Questions for Visa Applicants" -- Part 2   
    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.

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    Insha got a reaction from Le212 in Form DS-5535 "Supplemental Questions for Visa Applicants" -- Part 2   
    Thats great! Congrats!!
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    Insha got a reaction from Adam A in Spouse in Admin Processing for 14 months now please help!   
    Hi everyone,
    I applied for my husband's immigration visa 2 years ago, he had his interview at the Islamabad Embassy in Pakistan on february 27th of 2018 and was put under administrative processing with a request of more pics for proof of relationship (they kept his passport). We mailed the pics 2 days after his interview and received a questionnaire a few days later in march which we filled out and emailed back right away. I asked for an update in may of 2018 after the 60 day mark and just got the admin processing message in their email response. I decided to wait and let them do their thing. A year goes by and the last status update is still from may 2018 when I made my inquiry. I email them again in march of 2019 and got the same admin processing message. His status update date was changed to reflect the new update after my inquiry. I emailed them again about 4 or 5 times since march of this year and now don't even receive an email response, but instead they just give me a response by updating the status date on the CEAC site with the same admin processing status. Recently on July 2nd there was an automatic update that said the case is expiring soon, I panicked and emailed them again, luckily they changed it back to admin processing on the 5th. The case status date only changes after I make an inquiry which tells me they aren't working on it unless I reach out to ask for an update, even then I assume its not a person updating but the system itself. Its been 14 months going on 15 soon, I know theres nothing anyone can do, but any advice based off your own experience or if there is something worth trying?? Im thinking about reaching out to my local congressman, but afraid I'll piss off the embassy by doing that. Any advice?
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    Insha got a reaction from Daphne K in Spouse in Admin Processing for 14 months now please help!   
    Hi everyone,
    I applied for my husband's immigration visa 2 years ago, he had his interview at the Islamabad Embassy in Pakistan on february 27th of 2018 and was put under administrative processing with a request of more pics for proof of relationship (they kept his passport). We mailed the pics 2 days after his interview and received a questionnaire a few days later in march which we filled out and emailed back right away. I asked for an update in may of 2018 after the 60 day mark and just got the admin processing message in their email response. I decided to wait and let them do their thing. A year goes by and the last status update is still from may 2018 when I made my inquiry. I email them again in march of 2019 and got the same admin processing message. His status update date was changed to reflect the new update after my inquiry. I emailed them again about 4 or 5 times since march of this year and now don't even receive an email response, but instead they just give me a response by updating the status date on the CEAC site with the same admin processing status. Recently on July 2nd there was an automatic update that said the case is expiring soon, I panicked and emailed them again, luckily they changed it back to admin processing on the 5th. The case status date only changes after I make an inquiry which tells me they aren't working on it unless I reach out to ask for an update, even then I assume its not a person updating but the system itself. Its been 14 months going on 15 soon, I know theres nothing anyone can do, but any advice based off your own experience or if there is something worth trying?? Im thinking about reaching out to my local congressman, but afraid I'll piss off the embassy by doing that. Any advice?
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    Insha reacted to Lucky Cat in Spouse in Admin Processing for 14 months now please help!   
    Your Congressman cannot help.  Administrative Processing can not be waived or expedited......It's a very unfortunate situation, but there is no remedy other than patience.
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    Insha reacted to Dashinka in Spouse in Admin Processing for 14 months now please help!   
    I agree, not much a congressperson or senator can do at this point.  Administrative processing is a pain, but it is what it is particularly in countries that are not entirely cooperative with records that might be needed for a background check (speculation on my part).
     
    Good Luck!
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