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Hi friends my husband finally got his interview. His interview is in Djibouti. I was wondering since he was deported and the place of residence is in war and he fleed to Djibouti. What are his chances of getting a visa? He can't go back to Yemen because of the war. will his chances of getting a visa be better If I was there for the interview too? Help Plzzzzzzzzzzzz!

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Hi friends my husband finally got his interview. His interview is in Djibouti. I was wondering since he was deported and the place of residence is in war and he fleed to Djibouti. What are his chances of getting a visa? He can't go back to Yemen because of the war. will his chances of getting a visa be better If I was there for the interview too? Help Plzzzzzzzzzzzz!

First of all congrats on the interview.

2nd what do you mean he was deported? From where?

3rd I just recently had an interview in Djibouti and I saw the difference between people that interviewed alone and the ones with their spouse. Especially if your husband doesn't speak English then it would help him a lot. They might ask why your wife is not there. I suggest if you can be there then go with him. Best of luck!


*USCIS:

01-11-13: I-130 sent

01-15-13: I-130 accepted/ receipt # assigned

01-22-13: NOA1 hard copy

05-20-13: I-130 interview assigned

07-18-13: I-130 interview

07-22-13: I-130 approved

07-27-13: NOA2 hard copy

*NVC:

07-30-13: NVC receives case / Case # assigned

08-04-13: DS-261 submitted

08-05-13: AOS fee invoiced / paid

08-26-13: IV fee invoiced /paid

09-05-13: DS-260 completed / IV Package emailed

09-09-13: AOS Package emailed

09-16-13 IV package received email generated

09-17-13 AOS package received email generated

09-30-13: AOS checklist email/ AOS checklist response email sent

10-04-13: NVC receives AOS checklist email

10-24-13: AOS checklist #2 email/ AOS checklist #2 response email sent

11-01-13 NVC receives AOS checklist email

11-29-13: Case Complete

12-06-13: Case Complete email

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