Yes I did last month.This was my letter. Nothing changed.
Dear Representative ............:
I am a U.S citizen and I applied visa for my fiance to bring him to America. On may 4, 2010 I received a letter from USCIS that they approved the form I129F PETITION and they will send the approved petition to National Visa Center. National Visa Center sent a letter to us which they listed London for interview processing because that was my fiance’s address at the time we submitted the petition.
So we sent an email to the Department of State explaining that my fiance no longer lives in London and requested processing in Dubai.I called the embassy of London and they told me that they forwarded our case on July 28, 2010 to Abu Dhabi and they should get it within 10-30 business day.
Since that time we did not receive any update on our case. When I call the embassy in London they tell me they forwarded the case and it is no longer their responsibility. When I e-mail the Abu Dhabi embassy, they e-mail me back the case is still in transit from the UK and they did not receive it . I am so worry because I am scare our file might be lost or left somewhere. This situation is so hard for my fiance and me.I missed him so much and I don’t even know when I can see him again.Please I need your help and I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.
I am guessing maybe from a country that doesn't require the submission of police reports....such as Iran? If they realize later they need them I don't think it will be a problem to courier or mail them to the embassy.
Sound like he has been placed in AP which is not unusual for this part of the country. I would refer you to the Waivers thread or the MENA thread as appropriate for more country specific information.