Alicia W's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: Mike
Beneficiary's Name: Alicia
VJ Member: Alicia W
Last Updated: 2019-02-16
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WORRIEDSPOUSE on 2019-01-16 said:
So frustrated with U.S Embassy in Guyana. I accompanied my husband for his interview, the case was put on Administrative Review which feels like a black hole. The officer assured me that he will try to get some answers in a couple of day he took my husband phone number and we didn't hear anything back. Still in Guyana a week later I tried to do an inquiry at the consulate but was turned away. So for now we are just waiting it could take anywhere from up to 60 days to hear back from them. The system is Guyana is truly broken and needs a better was of doing things so old, antiquated and redundant. I wish you all the best on your interview. Please take plenty of supporting information in terms of your relationship: how you communicate with each other and many pictures of your marriage and vacations/mini trips or outings etc. Best of luck to you.
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