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Visa approved....I can't believe it !!!!!

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I will add more details later. But let me just add what I know so far. He was there at 7:30 and his appt was at 8 AM. He wasn't called until very late around 12ish I think. The embassy was full of people. He was asked various questions about me and him

1) What does she do , ehere does she live for how long ?

2) Why did you go to US before ? What do you do ?

3) How did you meet? When did you meet ?

4) When did you get married ?

I will post detailed questions after i talk to him again. This site has really helped me in my K3 journey. Hats off to all the people here who has made this site a wonderful place to be .....<while you are waiting for your spouse >. ;-)

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