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  1. Hello, My interview is soon, Casablanca embassy visa k1 so do I have to go one hour before time they sent me on letter to be in line or wait until hour I have in letter, if anyone have been in interview there before please did u created an account in ultratravel bcs I heard in this forum people talk about that, thanks in advance
  2. Hello, My interview is soon, visa k1 so do I have to go one hour before time they sent me on letter to be in line or wait until hour I have in letter, if anyone have been in interview there before please did u created an account in ultratravel bcs I heard in this forum people talk about that, thanks in advance
  3. My fiancé and I received our case number from the nvc in March and our case status says ready online since May. My fiancé has not received any instruction packet and we have been emailing the embassy with no response. Are we missing any steps or do we just need to wait. Our petition approval is set to expire in July
  4. Hello, We got approved me and my fiancee June then NVC sent us un email said that they sent our case to casablanca embassy and I will be contacted by embassy when my case is ready for process but until now we haven't get anything from us embassy in casablanca, our petition expired last month October we tried to call and contact but we still don't know what to do, I don't know if it's ok and we just have to wait or we have to do something like applying for visa but they hasn't requested us to do that, also I don't know if I have to fill out DS 160 FORM or wait until they message me, please if someone knows exactly what's process after NVC SENT case to embassy, thank you in advance
  5. Hello, I was approved at my IR-1 visa interview on August 29th at the US Consulate in Casablanca. They said my visa will be issued in two weeks. Now it is almost two months later, and they haven't told me anything new. Eventually I called the consulate and managed to get a hold of them. They told me that I was 100% approved as far as the immigrant visa section is concerned, and that another section was doing a review on my case. I called the NVC too and they said that in their system I am on administrative processing. But on CEAC it just says "Ready" and does not say AP. Has anyone else experienced this? How am I 100% approved but still under review? What could this other section be? If anybody has any insight that would be amazing. Sincerely, Mo
  6. For all of you in AP, like my husband and I, I know how frustrating it can be. We are over a year into waiting, and we've had very little luck communicating with the Casa consulate. We've tried everything, from sending emails upon emails, to going to the consulate in person, to even having our state's senators contact them directly. It all results in the same outcome: You have to wait. And while that is of very little consolation, my husband was talking with a family member who knows quite a bit about the immigration process (he works with them, I'm guessing), he told us something that made us feel more at ease. He said, even if the consulate doesn't respond to any of your inquiries, and your case may be taking longer than anticipated, it doesn't mean that something is wrong. He told us that the consulate is SWAMPED with applications, and once it reaches AP, there are even fewer people that are given the task of researching (due to security) your case and history. And at this point, depending on your particular case (and how busy they are), the time varies greatly. At this point, really, all that you can do is wait. We also asked him why the consulate doesn't respond, even after many intervention methods, and he explained it like this: Think of how many emails come through in a day alone. And then think of all of the other tasks that the employees are expected to complete, besides reading and responding to emails. While, yes, it can be exasperating, for them, it is more of a matter of priority. They are trying their best to push your applications along, and responding to each email only makes the process longer. P.S. He also told us: once your case reaches AP, it is even out of the Consulate's hands. Regardless of if you have a senator or lawyer or even the president push it along, there is nothing that they CAN do. Nothing that anyone can do will speed it up. It's really up to where your case is in the pile & your particular situation & factors. Remember: Morocco is a high fraud country, and no one wants to be responsible for bringing an immigrant into America that doesn't have true intentions. So my advice? Don't stress yourself by sending emails and making thousands of phone calls (all of which most likely won't be answered). Just trust that everything is going well and sit back and live your life. That's what my husband and I have finally done, and we feel like a weight has been lifted off of our shoulders. I'm not saying that our life has become easier, but we have chosen to not let this process dictate our life. And like they say, the phone won't ring if you're just sitting by it, waiting for someone to call... I hope that this helps for anyone else who is in the waiting game. Just believe in your relationship and the process. Good luck!
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