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USUAL QUESTIONS DURING K-1 INTERVIEW

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Guys help me... I'm preparing for my coming interview this April.. I don't have any idea what might the interviewer would ask me... Please give me some inputs and nice answers for those questions or How am I going to answer.. Thank you! :innocent:

ill have my interview on april too!

iv searched all over VJ website and they all said just be honest with your answers cuz most often the CO are not going to ask trick questions :)

good luck with your interview!

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usual questions:

When did you meet?

How did you meet?

What does he do for a living?

How many times he'd been here in the Philippines?

Is he married?

Does he have kids? --- here, I said "NONE...just a dog :)" then the CO laughed

That's all the questions that was asked to me.... As long as your relationship is real, your answers will just come out naturally...GOODLUCK!!! A LOT OF PRAYERS HELPED A LOT!!!! GOD BLESS!!!

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Possible Interview Questions for K1 or K3 Visas

1. What is your fiancé’s (or husband’s) name and age?

2. What is your birth date?

3. Why did you have a late registration on your birth certificate?

4. What is his birth date?

5. Do you realize you have a big age difference?

6. Why do you want to marry him? (Or why did you marry him?)

7. How did you meet?

8. When?

9. When did he visit you here? Did he visit more than once?

10. How do you communicate with each other?

11. How often?

12. Why did he come with you for your interview?

13. Or why did he not come with you for your interview?

14. How many times was he married before?

15. Who was he married to?

16. What does he do for a living?

17. Who does he work for and for how long?

18. Is he retired or disabled? Since when. What was his occupation?

19. What are his children’s names and what are their birth dates?

20. How many of his children live with your fiancé full time? If not, where do they live and what do they do?

21. What are your fiancé’s (or husband’s) hobbies?

22. Where did he grow up?

23. Are his parents still living? Where do they live?

24. What ages are his parents?

25. Name of his siblings and are they younger or older than him?

26. You may be asked about the kind of work you do and/or your profession

You would not be nervous anymore once you talk with the Consular Officer. You would feel more confident specially if you know your significant other so much. Good Luck! :thumbs:

Edited by ShaneJean

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Guys help me... I'm preparing for my coming interview this April.. I don't have any idea what might the interviewer would ask me... Please give me some inputs and nice answers for those questions or How am I going to answer.. Thank you! :innocent:

They will ask any question , question that you can only answer if you both really know eachother . Philippine counsel likes making up questions as they go . And allso try to trick the visa applicant , everything they know about your fiancee they will ask . And if you answer does not match , you will not pass , and there is a limit on the time too answer their question . If you take too long too answer there question , they will take it as you are thinking of something too make up for your answer . They will ask your religion , where you went too school . How many people in your family , your parents names . your closest family like brothers and sisters names . Where your parents are born , where your fiancee is born , just questions like that . If you cant answer their questions , or if you take too long too answer . You wont pass the interview

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during my interview, CO asked the following:

1. What is my name and when is my birthday?

2. Who is my petitioner?

3. How did we meet? And since I answered online, he asked what website and type of website it is.

4. Have we me each other in person? How many times, when and where?

5. Have i ever been married? Do i have children?

6. Has my fiance ever been married or have children?

7. Where does my fiance live?

8. How did he propose? When i described how, the CO looked excited and asked id he could see my engagement ring. :blush: :blush:

9. What do we plan to do once i get there already?

10. How many kids do we want?

Then some other trivial questions while he's looking at our pictures. We were just like having a normal conversations. and then he said i should call my fiance and tell him the good news coz he's approving my visa.

So, i hope this will help you prepare for your interview. Just always smile at the interviewer even if you feel nervous. And the CO will warm up to you.

God bless on your interview!

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Guys help me... I'm preparing for my coming interview this April.. I don't have any idea what might the interviewer would ask me... Please give me some inputs and nice answers for those questions or How am I going to answer.. Thank you! :innocent:

hi khen . hows your interview? did you pass it? i hope so..

i have my interview on may 5 2009. I'm a bit nervous. can you please tell me what the consul asked about you and your fiancee. thanks. hope you can help me! GOD BLESS!

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Possible Interview Questions for K1 or K3 Visas

1. What is your fiancé’s (or husband’s) name and age?

2. What is your birth date?

3. Why did you have a late registration on your birth certificate?

4. What is his birth date?

5. Do you realize you have a big age difference?

6. Why do you want to marry him? (Or why did you marry him?)

7. How did you meet?

8. When?

9. When did he visit you here? Did he visit more than once?

10. How do you communicate with each other?

11. How often?

12. Why did he come with you for your interview?

13. Or why did he not come with you for your interview?

14. How many times was he married before?

15. Who was he married to?

16. What does he do for a living?

17. Who does he work for and for how long?

18. Is he retired or disabled? Since when. What was his occupation?

19. What are his children’s names and what are their birth dates?

20. How many of his children live with your fiancé full time? If not, where do they live and what do they do?

21. What are your fiancé’s (or husband’s) hobbies?

22. Where did he grow up?

23. Are his parents still living? Where do they live?

24. What ages are his parents?

25. Name of his siblings and are they younger or older than him?

26. You may be asked about the kind of work you do and/or your profession

You would not be nervous anymore once you talk with the Consular Officer. You would feel more confident specially if you know your significant other so much. Good Luck! :thumbs:

There you go with the possible questions. Buena suerte en su entrevista.

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