My wife had an interview 3rd nov 2014 and she was denied for her immigrant visa. She was denied and was given a sheet that said her beneficiary didn't have enough income and needed joint sponsorship. i did send the joint sponsor to my wife so she can take it document collection location to the embassy with that information. how long will it take for the process again? I've waited over a year and 9 month and just to get an interview and now this happens. The embassy is also holding the passport also and they told us to check the webside which is ceac.state.gov for update and right now it is at AP ,please help with this issue ,any advice will be highly appreciated
This would appear to be an immigration question, so I have added that as a practice area to your question.
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I am not sure what you mean by "so she can take it document collection location to the embassy with that information." You were apparently not able to meet the necessary income requirements to sponsor her, as the fact that the embassy requested a joint sponsor suggests. With that, you were supposed to find a joint sponsor and that person should not only show sufficient income to meet the requirements but also sign the legally enforceable applicable form. You should not be upset with the embassy for causing you wait time if you did not meet the clearly outlined requirements. I would strongly suggest you consider working with an immigration attorney directly so you can avoid further delays in this case. Best wishes.
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