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Administrative Processing and 212g
Hi everyone, So here is my situation! I applied to get into a school and got my I-20 and scheduled my visa interview for 2nd June 2016. I was a little nervous!
Visa officer asked some questions about my father's income his annual income and how will support me and asked for bank statements. Everything went smooth but I was handed 212g refusal (Green color). I was asked to submit Notarized letter stating tuition was paid! My case was put under Administrative processing.

I was worried because people said it takes months to get out of administrative processing! But when I sent my documents that were required on 20 June my visa tracking said Administrative processing and than one 22nd June after two days my case was out of Administrative processing and when I checked my case it said You have been issued the visa and will be handed over in 10 business days.

I think administrative processing become longer if you don't submit required documents correctly. I submitted correctly and it took me 2 days to be out of AP.

Now I am waiting for my visa and passport! I hope this helps for those who think AP is a night mare and 212g refusal is something like a monster!

Feel free to ask questions!
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