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Old Sep 19th 2017, 8:13 am   #1
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Hi

Hope you can guys assist.

It's been 6 weeks since I got the official confirmation my E2 visa application was "received ", is there anyway I can chase up my application with the U.S. embassy in London?

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Old Sep 19th 2017, 2:41 pm   #2
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I'll quote the answer I gave you last time you asked this question, because it's still true.

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If you applied in August, the ordinary expected time for E-2 cases is 30 days, even without the given well known current delay of upto 60 days, you are probably within the expected period of time to have not heard anything.

You can submit a status enquiry via the embassy website here: https://uk.usembassy.gov/visas/visa-...-contact-form/

I have no idea if they will reply or not. Reality is - you've sent in your documents and you're waiting to be invited for Interview - there isn't much else you can do until they email you. Your application has been acknowledged so you're in the system.
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I'll quote the answer I gave you last time you asked this question, because it's still true.
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