My wife and I got married in Texas in December 2012. My wife is a Kazakh national and was on F1 visa before marriage. Since I'm on H1 visa, after marriage we applied for H4 visa and USCIS approved it. At the beginning of this month my wife went to Kazakhstan to see her family. Since she had to get her visa stamped, she took an appointement and went to the embassy. She took with her all the documentation she needed including my visa, marriage certificate, bank documents, personal letter from me, pay slips etc. The visa focussed only on her previous F1 visa and then returned her passport and gave her a white form which indicated administrative processing. What does this mean? Her H4 was already approved so what could be the problem. What are our options if the visa is rejected? - AK
Really bad news, especially when it comes to Kazakhstan.
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Usually a close scrutiny of the case's bona fides for possible discrepancies, fraud or misstatements. Highly advisable to retain an immigration attorney.
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It could still be alright but it will definitely take longer to get a response/answer to your application.
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