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  • Ignore the last one. For help: H1B visa not stamped at the consulate!

    Dear all,
    I am a non-EU citizen currently living in an EU country. I recently went to a US consulate with theI-797 to get my visastamped. But I failed to get it.
    Before the interview, a lady, who collected forms, fees, etc, gave me a note beginning with: your visa application needs several weeks to process .... Please answer the following questions....
    After I answered the questions and hand in them to the lady, she gave me another note beginning with: In order to continue processing your application, we need a soft copy of your CV, list of publications, ..., sent to us by email....
    The interview lasted less than 30 seconds: how long are you going to stay? where is your wife? do you have children?
    After the interview, they told me they need more information from the states to make a decision.

    NOW MY QUESTIONS ARE:
    Is this a normal/new procedure, and what is it?
    How long I should wait?

    Thanks!

    PS. pls ignore the last post of mine.

  • #2
    Dear all,
    I am a non-EU citizen currently living in an EU country. I recently went to a US consulate with theI-797 to get my visastamped. But I failed to get it.
    Before the interview, a lady, who collected forms, fees, etc, gave me a note beginning with: your visa application needs several weeks to process .... Please answer the following questions....
    After I answered the questions and hand in them to the lady, she gave me another note beginning with: In order to continue processing your application, we need a soft copy of your CV, list of publications, ..., sent to us by email....
    The interview lasted less than 30 seconds: how long are you going to stay? where is your wife? do you have children?
    After the interview, they told me they need more information from the states to make a decision.

    NOW MY QUESTIONS ARE:
    Is this a normal/new procedure, and what is it?
    How long I should wait?

    Thanks!

    PS. pls ignore the last post of mine.

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    • #3
      No it's not normal procedure ...unless you provide them with all the documentation they require you'll be denied the visa.

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      • #4
        The interviewer first would give me the visa and told me to wait for it finished. In the end she said she made a mistake and she needed more info from the STATES.

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