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Hello, My husband had an interview for his IR1 immigrant visa on October 31st 2019 in the U.S. embassy in Guatemalan. He was approved at the time of the interview. It has been 3 business days and CEAC still shows as ready and it does show case updated on November 4, 2019. But the status stayed on ready. Should I be worried?
Hello everyone I just wanted to see if I can get others experience and results in this process, so I had my k1 visa interview in london two weeks ago and was told there may be an ineligibility on my visa based on two cautions in 2008 for shoplifting on the same day but has been stepped down, they hadn't spoken to acro at that point to confirm or had my medical results which they did 5 days later, he did tell me the quicker the response of them it wouldn't be good and gave me a green form which said I was refused under 221g pending admin processing, which I assume it's because they didn't have all the information yet, even though I walked away as though I had been denied already, the waiting game is killing me and I'm wondering if anyone else got accepted or denied based on two cautions or petty crimes,and if so did you appeal? any responses or insight would be appreciated. Thank you.
Disclaimer: Vaccines are a hot topic not looking to debate here, just need help with the waiver if possible lol... Here's the breakdown.. Pregnant Wife who also has Religious/Moral Objections to Vaccination: I've researched the specifics from USCIS and CDC and apparently it can be at the doctor's discretion.. and ultimately the CDC says many vaccines can still be given to pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers (our son may come before the interview) on the Immigrant Visa Application I answered "yes" to "do you have all the required vaccinations?" because she has a vaccine report from her youth. However, upon later inspection, this vaccine report does not contain all of the required vaccines. I've noticed a I-690 Waiver for Grounds of Inadmissibility.. where one can include a sworn affidavit, testimonies, and explanations of religious/moral objections to vaccination. If it IS possible to use this form... QUESTION 1: When/Where/and How would I submit it? at the interview? to the USCIS in the States? etc... QUESTION 2: what's the best way to explain the error made on the Immigrant Visa Application (if asked)?