Three weeks ago, my family was at the US Embassy in Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia (not a state in the USA) for an interview. The interviewer left our papers and pulled out a sheet of paper stating that we would receive an email asking us to receive the I-94 forms. After entering our information (name, surname, passport number) on the I-94 site, the site displayed: "Record not found for traveler." I then wrote a letter to the US Border Department on this site: https://help.cbp.gov and they wrote me that the I-94 could not accept a person who had never been to the US (we have never been; my father has lived there for years).
I wonder why the interviewer asked for this form and what to do in this case? I also sent this question to the embassy, but due to the many letters they have received, they have not been able to answer me for one week already.
The email I received from the consulate is as follows:
Please be informed that your cases have been refused under INA section 221(g) and they are undergoing administrative processing pending the submission of the following document: • Form I-94, Arrival/Departure Record; (Visas 92 only)
Some visa applications require further administrative processing, which takes additional time after the visa applicant's interview by a Consular Officer. Most administrative processing is resolved within 60 days. When administrative processing is required, the timing will vary based on individual circumstances of each case. Please fill in the forms online, print them out and provide them through the courier service TNT Express.