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Awesome! Thank you guys!

So it's looking like my interview is going to most definitely fall after our wedding anniversary which we would LOVE to spend together. We haven't seen each other since January and I'm pretty certain (interview date dependent) that I am going to fly out for a few weeks so we can spend our anniversary together then fly back to the UK in time for my interview. While I've been over before and never been challenged on intending to stay, it's always a fear obviously that they will deny my entry because they think I'm not going to leave. I know providing ties to the UK usually clears up any problems, however I was wondering if proof of an interview at the London consulate would be considered evidence of my intent to return to the UK (in my head why would I risk staying in the US illegally when I obviously have an interview date for a visa)However, I'm worried it might be a bad idea to show this to them because it also shows that I obviously want to settle in the US. Does that make sense? Advice?


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