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  1. So far as we know, the Naples consulate is still scheduling and doing interviews. Our interview is next week, and we have received no notifications about it since it was scheduled. Also, there definitely seem to have been interviews since August this year. See, for instance: https://www.visajourney.com/timeline/profile.php?id=374740.
  2. UPDATE -- It turns out that at least some IR1/CR1 interviews for November are still going forward in Naples at this time. (I just communicated with a VJ member whose interview hasn't been cancelled.) It is, however, unclear what the announcement from the Italian Embassy means, and whether it implies any recent change in what visas are getting issued. Apologies for the hasty take.
  3. As of November 9th, the Embassy and Consulates in Italy have stopped issuing visas. https://ais.usvisa-info.com/en-it/niv/information/announcements#619-operational_status_of_visa_services_20201109140452
  4. The "military option" mentioned here derives from INA § 319(b) (8 U.S.C. § 1430(b)). There are a few other ways for her to get expedited citizenship under this subsection; notably, if you work for an American firm engaged in the "development of foreign trade and commerce" and are transferred abroad for what you expect to be more than a year, she can apply for citizenship as soon as you have the offer to transfer.
  5. Yes! He was able to attend the interview, no problems at all. Visa was in hand approx. 4 days later and was able to enter NY on Sunday the 11th

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