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Hi everyone, My fiance had his fiance K1 visa interview today, and it went great, they told him he was approved and kept his passport and told him he would get it in 5 days via mail. Within less than an hour of leaving the embassy, he received an email that said he needs to provide his CV and work history and it said "Before we can continue processing your visa application, we need you to send the information and/or documents marked urgent to us. No further action can be taken on your file before this information reaches our office." He sent his CV immediately and they responded that they received it. His case status is now in administrative processing. For context: We've been together over 3 years, have spent TONS of time together, gave ample evidence, did all the steps properly. This was in Turkey, and my finace has a chemical engineering degree (we read this happens with people who have STEM degrees). Has this happened to anyone else before? Others talking about administrative processing talk about being denied, and need to provide more info, but that's not our case. Or they talk about being in administrative processing with no clear reason why. We're reading online it could be in AP for up to 6 months, but were confused because they said he was approved and he would get his visa/passport back in 5 days. Before you suggest we check the embassy website or call/email them, we've checked everything. He called after he sent it in, they said email your question, and hung up. Nothing is on the website about this specific situation. Any thoughts on this? Thank you!
I am a permanent resident of Canada but originally from India. I had my K-1 visa interview at US consulate Montreal after 11 months of waiting on July 24, 2019. I came to Canada about 4 years 8 months ago as a student. I did my masters in engineering here in Canada and I have been working for almost two years in an automotive company. Overall interview process was pretty smooth, surprisingly the outcome wasn’t as I was expecting. Interviewer asked me a few questions related to me and my fiancé but tons of question on when and how I came to canada, How old I was when I came to Canada, What program did I study and what kind of work I did in the past or still do, she also asked if I had a copy of my resume, luckily I had one with me. Officer kept the copy of my resume and told me that they were going to refuse my visa as they want additional information. Upon asking what kind of information, I was told that you will receive a form and you will have to answer few questions. later that evening I received an email from the consulate asking for up to date resume with exact dates of start and end dates of my school and jobs I have done. they returned my passport and my case has been put under administrative processing. I had a B1/B2 visa aon my passport, officer cancelled it as well. Stamp says (Cancelled without Prejudice) Can anyone tell if this is a typical case? Even though I forwarded my resume with all the detailed but I am not sure what caused this
Hello, I am a software engineer. My wife has filed an I-130 application for my IR-1 spousal visa. I have heard that some people are put into administrative processing, and asked for their CV, at the interview if they work in a technology-related field. To avoid this, is it possible to send my resume in with other NVC documents, so that they can do the administrative processing on my background before I am assigned an interview date? inviting @pushbrk to answer Thank you