My wife recently had an interview at German Consulate, Mumbai for Family reunion visa. It has been 3 weeks and we have not heard anything from them yet. I understand that process can vary both in nature and time, case per case basis.
Due to the uncertainty around the timeline, we are unable to make any of the decisions considering our future.
To help us all and understand the uncertainties better I wanted to create this topic to realise the current trend around experiences with Family Reunion Visa at Consulates in India.
It would be very helpful for me and I am sure to other applicants as well if those who have experience with Family Reunion Visa from India can share the timeline details here.
Following details might help, feel free to add to the list.
Date of the interview
Follow up email from the Consulate with List of documents requested
Passport received back
Thank you in advance!
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