USA Visa Status Check

U.S. Embassy Dhaka is excited to introduce a brand new system for checking applicants’ case status online that will significantly simplify and improve the process for all non-immigrant visa applicants. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS NEW SYSTEM FOR VISA STATUS CHECK HAS REPLACED THE OLD SPREADSHEET METHOD AND WILL BE THE ONLY WAY TO CHECK YOUR VISA STATUS. If you need your passport to travel or for any other reason after you submit it to the U.S. Embassy, you may collect the passport from the Consular Section on any work day from 10:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.  Please bring the administrative processing letter, DS-160 confirmation page with your CEAC Application ID or your PIN ID, whichever available, and the given “token”.  
For applicants who had an interview ON OR AFTER December 23, 2012:
If your visa application has been refused 221(g) and requires additional administrative processing, you can now check the status of your visa case from the Consular Electronic Application Center (CEAC) page https://ceac.state.gov/CEAC/ at any time. We recommend that you check your case status frequently. To do that, you need to enter your CEAC barcode ID number and the interview location (Dhaka) as requested on the website. The CEAC barcode ID number is located on the upper right hand side on your DS-160 Confirmation page which was returned to you at the interview. After the interview, your case status will show as “Administrative Processing.” You do not need to contact us while your status remains in “Administrative Processing.” If we need any further information from you, we will contact you.
When your case status changes to “Issued,” your visa is ready for pick-up. You may come and collect it from the U.S. Embassy, Gate 2 on any workday between 3:00 to 3:30 p.m. Please bring the DS-160 Confirmation page with your bar code ID number.
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Visa Status Check

For applicants who had an interview BEFORE December 23, 2012:
If your visa application has been refused 221(g) and requires additional administrative processing, you can now check the status of your visa case from the Consular Electronic Application Center (CEAC) page https://ceac.state.gov/CEAC/ at any time. We recommend that you check your case status frequently. To do that, you need to enter your PIN ID given to you at the interview, and select the interview location (Bangladesh, Dhaka). If you kept your DS-160 Confirmation page, you can also use the CEAC barcode ID number located on the upper right hand side on that DS-160 (for example, AA0020AKAX). After the interview, your case status will show as “Administrative Processing.” You do not need to contact us while your status remains in “Administrative Processing.” We will contact you by email or by telephone and ask you to bring your passport to the U.S. Embassy when we are ready to issue your visa.
When your case status changes to “Issued,” your visa is ready for pick-up. You may come and collect it from the U.S. Embassy, Gate 2 on any workday between 3:00 to 3:30 p.m. Please bring the DS-160 Confirmation page or your PIN ID letter.
How to Search:
Visa Status Check
Please Note: If your PIN ID’s handwritten last digits are between 1 and 9, (for example, 2012111 111 6, you need to add three “0” before that last digit like this - 2012111 111 0001. If your PIN ID’s last digits are a number higher than 9 (for example, 2012111 111 23), please add two “0” before the last digit like this - 2012111 111 0023).  You may also use your CEAC barcode ID number that is located on the upper right hand side on your DS-160 Confirmation page. See the sample of below.
Application ID

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  4. Hi,

    Reading all the replies has made me more nervous than ever. Okay, my husbands visa interview was initially scheduled for August 2nd 2015 but they said due to technical difficulties they sent him home. Later he was scheduled for 28th of September. After the interview the consulate stated "all his docs are good" and that he should recieve his visa within a few weeks. Later i found the ceac website and checked his visa status which stated administrative processing. Its going to be 60 days soon and i have emailed them already asking why he wasnt notified and how long itd take. I get the same message every time "be patiece ..its under going additional administrative processing" i am so stressed out at this point. Its been already 2yrs+ of our marriage and as a newly wed its hard to remain stable when your spouse is on the other side of the world. Another point is, we are from Bangladesh. Recently there has been a n alert for all US Citizens traveling to Bangladesh. Its been advised not to and the alert is active from 28 of Sept to Feb 2. Could this be another factor playing in his AP? Im currently in bangladesh because i was hoping to go back together but would it be more wise to go back instead of sitting here waiting? Please shed some light! Thank you

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    1. Hello dear, Thank you for keeping in touch with us, we are really very sorry to know that what happening with you and your husband during USA visa application process, If I were there I would have canceled my application and would ave re apply after a couple of weeks.

      However if you wish to do so I guess this might help you, perhaps they never noticed old files, you need to get their attention by new file. Be sure, you all papers are OK, try with good agency.

      Keep doing what you are doing, I'll confirm you what will be best for you in next 3/4 working days. In the mean time pray and hope to be Alrite.

      Thank you for reading and engaging with us!

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