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Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by VisaOfficer: 9:33am On Nov 17
Good morning,

We appreciate your questions on the immigrant visa process in this forum and understand that questions will arise. We also recognize that the process can be stressful. However, please refrain from asking the same question multiple times. VO cannot check the forum every day. We do our best to answer the questions as quickly and as thoroughly as possible. Repeat questions will be removed from the forum.

Similarly, please refrain from using this forum for questions related to B1/B2 visas, F1 student visas, and other nonimmigrant visa classes. There are separate forums for these questions.

Regards,
VO
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by pretty16(f): 2:57pm On Nov 17
VisaOfficer:
Good morning,

We appreciate your questions on the immigrant visa process in this forum and understand that questions will arise. We also recognize that the process can be stressful. However, please refrain from asking the same question multiple times. VO cannot check the forum every day. We do our best to answer the questions as quickly and as thoroughly as possible. Repeat questions will be removed from the forum.

Similarly, please refrain from using this forum for questions related to B1/B2 visas, F1 student visas, and other nonimmigrant visa classes. There are separate forums for these questions.

Regards,
VO

Good morning V.O., really appreciate the good work you are doing here sir. Got my case complete, in September, and we were told to wait 60days. My PD is July 2011 under F1 category. ( Unmarried children of U.S citizens). I have 2 kids and we informed NVC about it, so they were added to my case at the NVC stage, with all fees paid. My boyfriend and I have been living together since I had my first child. Am expecting my 3rd baby, although not planned, but as a Christian I believe every child is a blessing.

My question and concern sir is, when I have my baby who is not due to come until next year, how do I add my baby to my case, since we have already gotten case complete? Will I need to get an international passport for the "new born" what documents will be required? And how will we pay the Visa fee?

Then 2ndly, if I get my interview before giving birth, will I be asked to go give birth before coming for my visa, I asked this becos a lady told my mom that she was asked by the consular officer to go and give birth before coming back for her visa, that I might be told same thing, and my mom said but her category is different from mine and all cases are different as the lady was in the F2A category, and mine is F1. Would really appreciate your response on these. Thank you and have a great day
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by Olatoki: 10:41am On Nov 18
VO thanks for being a good friend to us intending immigrants to the state �� for your timely response, please I need clarification on one of the list required for medical test and that is immunization records? I’m quite confused as to this? How do someone get immunization records?
Thanks � once more

VisaOfficer:
Good morning,

We appreciate your questions on the immigrant visa process in this forum and understand that questions will arise. We also recognize that the process can be stressful. However, please refrain from asking the same question multiple times. VO cannot check the forum every day. We do our best to answer the questions as quickly and as thoroughly as possible. Repeat questions will be removed from the forum.

Similarly, please refrain from using this forum for questions related to B1/B2 visas, F1 student visas, and other nonimmigrant visa classes. There are separate forums for these questions.

Regards,
VO
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by Khonvicted(m): 9:03am On Nov 21
Khonvicted:
Dear VO,

I really appreciate your work for us on this forum.. It's a great job you're doing here ...

Good evening,
I was told that my approved petition will be sent to my consulate by NVC...please will I be scheduled for an interview immediately it arrives?.. I'm an I r2 (petitioned by my dad, a US citizen )
I'm asking Coz I heard ir2 cases are usually faster..
And in regards to relationship with petitioner..other than photographs, are there other simple evidences that could be provided if there's no joint photograph to show ??


Thanks, I'll be expecting your reply
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by VisaOfficer: 3:25pm On Nov 21
pretty16:


Good morning V.O., really appreciate the good work you are doing here sir. Got my case complete, in September, and we were told to wait 60days. My PD is July 2011 under F1 category. ( Unmarried children of U.S citizens). I have 2 kids and we informed NVC about it, so they were added to my case at the NVC stage, with all fees paid. My boyfriend and I have been living together since I had my first child. Am expecting my 3rd baby, although not planned, but as a Christian I believe every child is a blessing.

My question and concern sir is, when I have my baby who is not due to come until next year, how do I add my baby to my case, since we have already gotten case complete? Will I need to get an international passport for the "new born" what documents will be required? And how will we pay the Visa fee?

Then 2ndly, if I get my interview before giving birth, will I be asked to go give birth before coming for my visa, I asked this becos a lady told my mom that she was asked by the consular officer to go and give birth before coming back for her visa, that I might be told same thing, and my mom said but her category is different from mine and all cases are different as the lady was in the F2A category, and mine is F1. Would really appreciate your response on these. Thank you and have a great day

Good afternoon,

For visa classes where derivatives may be added, it depends on where the file is. If the file is still with the National Visa Center, the principal applicant should contact them with the birth certificate of the child so they may add the child to the petition. If the file has already been sent to the consulate, the principal applicant should email the consulate with the same information on the child. At that time, they will also need to obtain a medical exam for the child, fill out a DS-260 biographical form, and be prepared to pay the fee for the new baby at the time of the interview. The baby will also need an international passport.

In terms of giving birth before or after an interview, if the baby is due before the principal applicant plans to travel, the baby will still require all the necessary documentation listed above in order to be issued a visa.

I hope this is helpful.

Regards,
VO
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by VisaOfficer: 3:31pm On Nov 21
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Good afternoon,

Once the National Visa Center has received all documents and fees, they work with the U.S. consulate to schedule the interview. NVC schedules these appointments one month in advance. Most appointments are set within 60 days of NVC receipt of all requested documentation, although this is not guaranteed. You will receive an invitation letter for your interview to notify you of the date, time, and location of the interview.

Regards,
VO
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by VisaOfficer: 3:32pm On Nov 21
Olatoki:
VO thanks for being a good friend to us intending immigrants to the state �� for your timely response, please I need clarification on one of the list required for medical test and that is immunization records? I’m quite confused as to this? How do someone get immunization records?
Thanks � once more


Good afternoon,

These are questions for the panel physician, who conducts the required medical exams and tests for all immigrant visa applications (this includes the immunization records form). If you have already scheduled an appointment with one of these physicians, you should contact their office with your inquiry.

Regards,
VO

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Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by Khonvicted(m): 5:50pm On Nov 21
VisaOfficer:


Good afternoon,

Once the National Visa Center has received all documents and fees, they work with the U.S. consulate to schedule the interview. NVC schedules these appointments one month in advance. Most appointments are set within 60 days of NVC receipt of all requested documentation, although this is not guaranteed. You will receive an invitation letter for your interview to notify you of the date, time, and location of the interview.

Regards,
VO

Thank you so much VO ..
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by pretty16(f): 11:20pm On Nov 21
VisaOfficer:


Good afternoon,

For visa classes where derivatives may be added, it depends on where the file is. If the file is still with the National Visa Center, the principal applicant should contact them with the birth certificate of the child so they may add the child to the petition. If the file has already been sent to the consulate, the principal applicant should email the consulate with the same information on the child. At that time, they will also need to obtain a medical exam for the child, fill out a DS-260 biographical form, and be prepared to pay the fee for the new baby at the time of the interview. The baby will also need an international passport.

In terms of giving birth before or after an interview, if the baby is due before the principal applicant plans to travel, the baby will still require all the necessary documentation listed above in order to be issued a visa.

I hope this is helpful.

Regards,
VO

Thank you very much for the response V.O. One quick question sir. You mentioned that the baby will need a Ds 260 form as well, and due to the movement of the visa bulletin, its obvious our case would not be current until next year. If the case is with the consulate by then, how do we fill the ds260, cos its online. Will the baby's ds260 appear online under my case file once logged in, after the consulate has been notified? or is the form going to be filled at the embassy on the day of the interview. Really appreciate your response sir.

Happy Thanksgiving Sir.
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by Toosure90: 10:32am On Nov 22
Dear VO, I dropped a document and my passport at the DHL Dropbox office at Victoria Island Lagos on the 3rd of November, after 6 business days my wife was sent an email from the embassy about my case and why I do not qualify for the visa class (CR1). Ever since then I wonder why I haven't been called to come pick up my passport.. Please VO, tell me how to go about my passport. I need it.. Can you help me check if my passport is still at the embassy or sent back to the DHL office for pickup.. Passport number : A08656097
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by van909: 8:57am On Nov 23
Good day Vo, I applied for f1 visa August this year and was denied 3x. My uncle in Texas want to invite me to the US for vacation and also I will shop for my forth coming wedding by February. I was told the chance of getting visa as a single is very poor except being married, but am not and i cant lie, also since ve been denied 3x this year they said I may not be granted. My question is will my 3x denial and being single affect my chance of getting my visa. Thanks
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by Onigirl: 5:54pm On Nov 24
Hi VO

I was at the embassy for my K1 visa interview on the 6th of November. My visa was approved however I was told to submit a police certificate from London since I lived there for a while. The pleasant CO gave a site to follow per the police report application. She also handed me a white slip, circling where I'd drop off the documents with my passport and my visa will be ready 10 days from whenever I brought them in.
I took them in a week later. I've been tracking the progress of my application and it's says "Administrative processing". I've been reading through comments and AP is a blackhole. I've called and emailed the embassy but no joy.

My case number is LGS2017740017. I'm not sure if you deal with individual cases but I'd appreciate it if you could kindly look into our case.

This journey has cost us a lot of stress and money. Thank you so much for your help.

Good evening.
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by KosiWahala1: 6:18pm On Nov 24
Good afternoon, VO - I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving, over there in Nigeria.

My husband had his CR1 visa interview just the day before Thanksgiving - his visa was approved, and he was told it would be ready for pickup within 10 business days. Today, his visa status on CEAC changed from Administrative Processing to Issued. Does that indicate that his visa may possible, could be, might be ready for pickup at DHL early this coming week? smiley

I am busy trying to secure him an airline ticket, using SkyMiles, and the seats are filling up fast - and the price is climbing - due to the holidays. Our son and I want him here as soon as we possibly can arrange it, before Christmas - so I am just trying to map out a plan to arrange for his travel at the earliest possible moment.

Thanks for all you do, in service to the United States.
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by djfrancis: 3:17am On Dec 01
Good morning Vo,

My fianceé is planning on filing for a K-1 visa for me asap. The issue I have is that my passport will be expiring in August 2018. Is it advisable she continues with the application or wait till I get a new passport?

Hope to hear from you soon.


VisaOfficer:
Good morning,

We appreciate your questions on the immigrant visa process in this forum and understand that questions will arise. We also recognize that the process can be stressful. However, please refrain from asking the same question multiple times. VO cannot check the forum every day. We do our best to answer the questions as quickly and as thoroughly as possible. Repeat questions will be removed from the forum.

Similarly, please refrain from using this forum for questions related to B1/B2 visas, F1 student visas, and other nonimmigrant visa classes. There are separate forums for these questions.

Regards,
VO
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by Nobody: 2:25pm On Dec 01
Good morning VO,

Please permit me to ask a question.

A little story about my situation.
I am married traditionally, no traditional marriage celebration yet but bride price is already paid and all. Our traditional and white wedding is coming up July next year. I reside in the United states and I am a US citizen, i will be graduating school next year may 2018 and i want my husband to come for my graduation and after the graduation, we will both return to Nigeria for our marriage preparation, because that is where our both parents lives and also he is still in theological school in Nigeria because he is on the road to becoming a priest and next year will be his last year before he can be Ordained we don't want to jeopardized all the years he has put in for his passion. My school offers invitation letter to present at the immigration to family members and loved ones to attend graduation from out the country.

The story is that before my husband married me traditionally, he had went to the US embassy twice (in a space of two weeks) for a conference visa to attend a church conference that the church wanted him and his Mentor (Archdeacon) to attend and the church was sponsoring the trip, but was denied both times. The first time he got denied, he said that the interviewer told him he was too young (34 years old), but the church decided to send him back again to the embassy since the mentor they paired him up with to go to the conference got his visa, they thought that with that influence that the embassy will also issue him a visa since it was both of them that they are sending to the conference. The second time he was told that the conference is not enough reason to be going to America. The ironic thing is that the church sent him and his mentor on the same conference, but the mentor got the visa based on the conference that he was denied visa.

My question now is, since i want my husband to come for my graduation ceremony since i don't have family or loved ones here to attend. I am an only child. My first graduation, i felt so lonely and sad because everyone else had their family and loved ones with them but i didn't. I want him to be present at my graduation and after we both can travel back to Nigeria for the wedding ceremony and all, before I can petition for him to come live with me in the states. Please do you think that his previous appearance to the embassy will have any impact on him going again to the embassy since he went there already twice but this time with the invitation that my school will give to him. Or should i just forfeit him coming for my graduation and just fill fiance Visa for him after our wedding in July 2018 or just fill for Green Card for him.

Any advice will be gladly appreciated
Please Help a sister in need.
Thank you in advance
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by djfrancis: 12:20am On Dec 03
Never mind. Went through the thread and got my answer on this issue. Apply and attach nee passport to old passport for interview.

But I have another issue VO. I have been denied 4 times in the last 2 years for b1 b2 visas (lack of economic ties). And I am currently applying to US schools for fall 2018 session. I hope these will not affect or clash with my K1 visa my fiancee is planning on filing for me? I would also like to know which is shorter, filing for a spouse or filing for a fiance as my fiancee intends to visit this year and we are planning on carrying out a court wedding.

djfrancis:
Good morning Vo,

My fianceé is planning on filing for a K-1 visa for me asap. The issue I have is that my passport will be expiring in August 2018. Is it advisable she continues with the application or wait till I get a new passport?

Hope to hear from you soon.


Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by oladejifarm: 1:41pm On Dec 03
Sir pls I need your advice here.I applied for b1/b2 last year with my sons.due to personally reason I didn't apply with my wife.I have traveled to UK and Turkey 2012 and 2015 respectively and to some Africa countries he ask me when I got to interview point that why did UK embassy refused me 2014 despite he can see it here that I didn't overstay. I told her my certificate of incorporation and business acoiunt were not submitted along with my UK visa application.he collected all our passports and gave me the old one that the UK and Turkish visa were on.he went inside and came back with one fat white man.the man asked me the same question and I answered the same way.he asked me to give him the old passport back he looked at the UK visa and asked me why did I go to turkey.I said I went to attend a conference .he asked me where in Turkey and I told him the city of the conference . He returned the old passport to me and went inside with the new passport that I don't have any visa on it .now this year on my new passport that I took to them last year are south Africa visa, German visa and french visa which I travelled on all the visa.I am having appointment with them this December and I just need some information and advise from u.this time it is only me applying and my friend has given me the iv and his documents from the US to back it up in case if am asked at the embassy.please I need your response
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by SDG1(m): 9:31pm On Dec 03
Dear VO,My question is what specific questions asked during green card visa applicant interview?
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by koolkesh(m): 10:35pm On Dec 04
Good day VO,

I sent my original Birth Certificate and I also sent an Original attestation of birth (I was asked to send the attestation to support the type of birth certificate I have) to NVC. I read on the checklist of items to bring along to the interview that I would need to bring along Original birth certificate and photocopy, I would like to know if my original attestation of birth would be given to me without the photocopy because I cannot currently find any copy of the attestation of birth. I would appreciate your candid advise on this.

Thanks in advance.
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by Naaakua: 1:45am On Dec 05
Hello VO officer,

I have come again but now on behalf of a friend that is more than a sister.
A long story hopefully you will read and understand. Please and thank you in advance.

Questions and a little detail about her situation. She is married traditionally, no traditional marriage celebration yet but bride price is already paid and all. Her traditional and white wedding celebration is coming up July next year. She resides in the United States and she is a US citizen, she will be graduating school next year may 2018 and she wants to invite her husband to come to her graduation and after the graduation, they will both return to Nigeria for their marriage preparation and celebration with their families including me (because she has picked me as her maid of honor), because that is where our both parents live and also her husband is still in theological school in Nigeria, due to the fact that he is on the road to becoming a priest and next year will be his last year before he can be Ordained. They don't want to jeopardize all the years he has put in for his passion.
The main story is that my friend's school offers invitation letter to present at the immigration to family members and loved ones to attend graduation from outside the country. Her concern according to her and she confiding in me, is that before her husband married her traditionally, he had gone to the US embassy twice (in a space of two weeks) for a conference visa to attend a church conference that the church wanted him and his Mentor (Archdeacon) to attend and the church was sponsoring the trip but he was denied both times. The first time he got denied, he said that the interviewer told him he was too young (34 years old), but the church decided to send him back again to the embassy since the mentor they paired him up with to go to the conference got his visa, they thought that with that influence that the embassy will also issue him a visa since it was both of them that they are sending to the conference. The second time he was told that the conference is not enough reason to be going to America. The ironic thing is that the church sent him and his mentor on the same conference, but the mentor got the visa based on the conference that he was denied a visa. My question now is, since she wants her husband to come for her graduation ceremony, and she doesn't have family or loved ones here to attend and she is an only child. Her first graduation, no one was there for her including me because I had traveled which I felt bad that I wasn’t there for her. She felt so lonely and sad because everyone else had their family and loved ones with them but she didn't. Her heart desire right now is that she wants her husband to be present at her graduation and after which both of them can travel back to Nigeria for the wedding ceremony and all before she can petition for her husband to come live with her in the United States since she is a US citizen.
Question 1:
Please do you think that his previous appearance to the embassy will have any impact on him going again to the embassy since her husband went there already twice, but this time around with the invitation that my school will give to him. Or should she just forfeit him coming for her graduation which will be a dream come true for her, and just fill fiancé Visa for him after their wedding in July 2018 or just fill for Green Card for him?

Note please she also gave me details about his previous application:
The first time he was denied on the 27th of Sept 2017, but the church scheduled an appointment for him (in space of two weeks) again in the notion that the Archdeacon that they are sending both of them to the conference got his visa. So he went for a second interview on 18th of October 2017.
In his ds160 form, she said that that husband said to her that, he put married because he was married (paid bride price) to a girl which things didn't work out with both reasons being that the previous girl (wife) couldn't cope with the church traditions, rules, and regulations. The girl’s family returned the bridal price to him at the end of September 2017 after 7 to 8 months of separation because the family wanted the girl's happiness. Within this period, my friend has traveled to Nigeria, the husband proposed to her, they got engaged and he married traditionally in November 2017 and they are now waiting for their white wedding and court wedding next year after her graduation. Which both of them plan to return to Nigeria together for the rest of the celebration, where both of their parents, family members, and friends are.
My friend's husband to what I understand is that he has to do a white wedding in Nigeria before he can be ordained a priest because that is the only wedding the church recognizes. Also if he leaves Nigeria without finishing his theological school, he will lose his chances of becoming ordained as a priest after putting in his 6 years in. I heard that he is very passionate about his ministry work.
Now my friends greatest fear is that she doesn't know what will happen if or when he goes back to the embassy with the invitation letter from her school here in the States to attend her graduation. If the interviewer would think or look at him like he is desperate to go to the United States when that is not the case. she doesn't know what to do, my friend is highly in limbo, cries and has sleepless nights about this situation.

Question 2:
Her husband has never done a white wedding or court wedding before. She stated that he can't get a divorce paper being that there was never a court wedding involved before or white wedding in his previous marriage. Does he have to get a letter stating that he is no longer married to the first girl (wife) or what can he do?


Question 3:
If it is possible for her husband to attend her graduation if he is filling out the Ds160 application again, what should he do or should he put my friends name as his wife even though there is no court marriage yet until July next year but he has pictures and their upcoming invitation for their wedding in Nigeria, and remove the first name he put in the previous application because he is no longer married to the first girl. Does he have to get a letter stating that he is no longer married to the first girl (wife) or what can he do?


I wish her well and I pray that her happiness will be complete soon because she really helped me when I was going through mine as well.
Any advice will be gladly appreciated
Please and thank you, help a sister/ a great friend in need.

I came back to ask on her behalf here on nairaland because this was where I got help when I needed my husband to come to the United States to live with me and our baby, I am a born US citizen. Which nairaland helped me and I am happily living with my husband in the states now.
Thank you
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Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by Yeanca(f): 3:00pm On Dec 05
Dear VO
I have an explanation and clarification please....goes thus, the uncle gave us four (4) letters carrying out names differently but we filled in the form that we are not travelling with anyone(that we are travelling alone),and picked different dates of interview are we still on point even though we have letters from the same invitee and for the same occasion. Pls I want to know if there is no issue and if there is any issue,how do we rectify it now
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by Womenrep: 3:30pm On Dec 05
VisaOfficer:


Good afternoon,

Immigrant visas are adjudicated based on the relationship between the petitioner and the beneficiary, while nonimmigrant visas are adjudicated based on whether or not the applicant can overcome the presumption of intent to immigrate. As such, a nonimmigrant visa refusal would not necessarily demonstrate that the relationship between two fiances is not bona fide. I hope this is helpful.

Regards,
VO


Thank you VO, I was issued a visa. CONGRATULATIONS TO ME

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Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by Ayat1209(m): 4:07pm On Dec 05
Hello everyone, I have an issue. On my DS 160 confirmation print out, I have Abuja as the selected location instead of Lagos, my interview is scheduled to hold in Lagos on 20th... Please how to I go about changing the Abuja on the on the ds 160 confirmation page to lagos. Because I don't want trouble when I get to the embassy... Please, help out.
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by Ayat1209(m): 4:08pm On Dec 05
Hello VO, I have an issue. On my DS 160 confirmation print out, I have Abuja as the selected location instead of Lagos, my interview is scheduled to hold in Lagos on 20th... Please how to I go about changing the Abuja on the on the ds 160 confirmation page to lagos. Because I don't want trouble when I get to the embassy... Please, help out.
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by djfrancis: 8:45pm On Dec 05
I once had this issue but I still had my interview without any problem at all. They would effect the change when you get there


Ayat1209:
Hello everyone, I have an issue. On my DS 160 confirmation print out, I have Abuja as the selected location instead of Lagos, my interview is scheduled to hold in Lagos on 20th... Please how to I go about changing the Abuja on the on the ds 160 confirmation page to lagos. Because I don't want trouble when I get to the embassy... Please, help out.

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Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by djfrancis: 8:52pm On Dec 05
Hello everyone,

I would like to know if K3 application is still on in Nigeria.

I would also like to know if an individual who has been denied on B1 B2 visa severally would have problems with a K1 visa (even though I pass all the requirements needed for this class of visa I.e calls n chats, receipts of gifts, travel history with my fiancee e.t.c.) or the person should just do a CR 1 visa.

Finally, I would like to know how long K1 or CR 1 visa takes to get completed.

Please I would need answers from anybody as I am starting to get frustrated with the whole process. Private messages or emails are welcomed. Thanks.
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by Toosure90: 9:47pm On Dec 05
Good day vo, I want to thank you for your response so far as regards my situation... My administrative processing is complete and I didn't qualify for the visa class. I dropped my international passport at the GSS document collection center at Victoria Island Lagos.. But I am yet to receive my passport.. Please tell me how to go about my international passport cuz I need it.. I don't know if it's still at the embassy or returned back to the collection center.. Please help me track my passport.. .. Passport number A0865609

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