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Thread: Interview last weeek but no stamp

  1. #1
    Hello to everyone. I am new to this board and would like some advice. Last week my husband and I went ot the interview. Well the officer said everything was fine and took the index fingerprint of my husbands right hand but at the end said he could not give him the stamp because the background check was not back? My husband took hi fingerprints around October/2003. SAid we would get something in the mail within 60 days letting him know where he needed to go and get his passport stamped. Anyone ever heard of this experience? Will it take more than 60 days? Please help!
    Thank You.

  2. #2
    Hello to everyone. I am new to this board and would like some advice. Last week my husband and I went ot the interview. Well the officer said everything was fine and took the index fingerprint of my husbands right hand but at the end said he could not give him the stamp because the background check was not back? My husband took hi fingerprints around October/2003. SAid we would get something in the mail within 60 days letting him know where he needed to go and get his passport stamped. Anyone ever heard of this experience? Will it take more than 60 days? Please help!
    Thank You.

  3. #3
    Michael
    Guest
    They give the stamp at the interview unless there is a serious problem. In all likliehood, your spouse is a terrorist or a criminal and he will be deported.

  4. #4

  5. #5
    How can I post on discussion board?

  6. #6
    We had our interview at the Dallas site with the new Pilot program too but were told they don't stamp anything until the FBI background check comes back, following the fingerprinting process. We are now waiting for the fingerprinting letter which we have to have before we can get fingerprinted and they said we should expect that letter around 10 days and then once we fingerprint the FBI check takes about 2 months.

    All in all, the entire process in the Dallas office is supposed to be 90 days from interview to finalization of temporary, 2-year green card (based on marriage).

  7. #7
    Michael
    Guest
    My professional advice to you would be to go to immigration and confess your crime and hope they do not put you in jail.

  8. #8
    Mick-Hole (Michael)get a life. are your hands tired of helping yourself get off?

  9. #9
    Seems to me that you have not been fingerprinted but in my case my husband has been fingerprinted its already been about seven months

  10. #10
    Michael

    I do not know you but you are the BEST. Show these GRINTS their place. Your doing GREAT job.

    KEEP IT UP

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