Q: Case Status says administration processing but I wasn’t informed of this. Please see below for more details
After my interview the consular officer temporary refused my visa application and requested that I do a DNA test to prove relationship with my mom. The dna test result came back positive. After two months I receive an email from the embassy that they have completed administration processing on my case and are ready to adjudicate so I should drop off my passport. After a week and a half of dropping the passport my case status changed from refused to administration processing. Can you please explain this to me because From their email they said the administration processing is completed. I’m confused and worried now
A: The US consulate section is finishing your case and will inform you by email of its results. It appears that after completing their administrative processing portion of your case the counselor office is ready to issue a decision which you will be receiving by email.
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