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s_kumarg77

Visa Approved after 221g @HYD Consulate

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Hi Friends

I have read lot of forums and posts regarding 221g which was very helpful to lot of people like me. So coming to my case I had visa interview on March 7 2012 @Hyd consulate.

My case detalis shortly:

Interview Date : March 07 2012

Employer verified: March 22 2012

Client got an email regarding me: April 05 2012

Email to Submit Passport : April 19th 2012

Passport Submitted: April 20 2012

Received Stamped Passport : April 30 2012

The Visa officer was very strict at window 16 and at the beginning itself he made it clear that any wrong information will lead to permanent denial. He was very serious all through the interview and his main intention was to confuse me and frighten me.

The interview went like this

VO: Took the folder and asked did you complete your master from the Same University

Me: Yes Sir

VO: Who is your client

Me: I told the client name

VO: Who supervises you

Me: provided my manager name

VO: So he supervises you at your client place

ME: Actually I work inhouse. He is the manager at my employer

VO: Little angry. Please pay attention thats what I was asking from the beginning. I have to erase all this. Lets start again

VO: who is the client

ME: Now I told my employer name and metioned XXX is the client for my projects

VO: How many employees

Me: We about 40 work for the projects

VO: How long have you been working

ME: about 2 years

VO: So XXX is the same client during this 2 years

ME: I worked on different projects for diff clients

VO: He put an expression like ???? and started tying something for about 10 min

the he said

I am giving you last chance give me the correct information. Wrong info will lead to permanent denial. and repeated all what i have said

ME: YES to everything

VO: took my LCA, I797 copy, MSA

VO: Gave me a paper which has few questions he asked and the answers I gave and made me sign that which has "The info mentioned is correct and I am liable to permanent denial in case I provided wrong info". I was shocked but I signed it.

Then he gave me a 221g with case number and Admin process checked on it and reiterated to rectify if any worng info provided

Me: Said nothing.

Took the 221g form and said Thank you officer

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It was a terrible experience and I was only confident that all my docs are genuine but I was very much worried with my performance in the interview. I made a very wrong impression.

Later they contacted my employer and client and my visa is approved.

Hope this helps lot of guys like me and ALL THE BEST FOR EACH AND EVERY ONE.

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Congrats and thanks for updating your case....I went for stamping on Feb 1st1st at Hyd consulate and still no update....mine is EVC model tho

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@skumarg77

Congrats

My case is similar to you

Yesterday i attended the interview, after one hour interview he took my LCA,I797,client and vendor letter (all originals)

after that he gave me a paper like you signed.

but he didn't give any query paper to me

In which way they contacted employer and client by phone or email

I have I797 valid upto September5,2012, i am very much tensed

can any one tell me how to followup the consulate to speedup the process.

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@skumarg77

Congrats

My case is similar to you

Yesterday i attended the interview, after one hour interview he took my LCA,I797,client and vendor letter (all originals)

after that he gave me a paper like you signed.

but he didn't give any query paper to me

In which way they contacted employer and client by phone or email

I have I797 valid upto September5,2012, i am very much tensed

can any one tell me how to followup the consulate to speedup the process.

They contacted my employer through phone (PIMS update KCC Center called them). Consulate sent an email to the client regarding my employment.

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