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Returned my I797 and asked 1-2 days for administrative procession
Hello All

Today I ad a H1b visa interview at Hyderabad consulate. Interview went smooth answered all the question that VO asked.
Here are the questions that i was asked.

VO: Good morning.
ME: Good morning officer.

VO: Is XXX is your employer.
ME: Yes.

VO: How employers in your company.
ME: Answered

VO: Where did you do your master and masters in which field.
ME: Answered

VO: Who is your client and what do they do.
ME: Explained.

VO: Do you have your client letter.
ME: Yes.

VO: Can I see it.
ME: Sure, Passed It.

VO: Where you ever been in out of status during your in US?
ME: No

VO: Where u ever been in cap gap during your stay in US?
ME: No

VO: Nice (and gave a smile)

VO: Did you pay your employer for your H1b filing or any thing related to H1b.
ME: No

After this conversation he returned my I797 and kept my passport with him and he was like " I cant approve your visa at this moment we need 1-2 days max for administrative processing please expect a mail to the Email that you gave us. "

ME: Officer do you need any documents from me.
VO: Nope your good to go.

ME: Have a nice day officer
VO: You to and smiled.

He dint give me any 221g or any other forms.

Please let me know if some one had the same experience or have some info on such situations.


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