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I need your advices on our k1 visa before interview.

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Hello,

Still 5 weaks for my interview i would like to hear your advices about our situation here is our story.

Im 23 years old from Morocco and my fiance is 38 years old from US ,we met each other online via fb on 3 august 2014,we start talking every single day and we met each other first time after one year of commincuating in 5 decomber 2015,we went through a lot and we got to see each other 3 times and we made engagment party with my family in the last visit,we spent 26days in total together,than we applied for k1 visa in 9 october 2016,

I would like to hear your advices and ur views of our case and how interview is gonna be like ?!

Thanks in advance .

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Casa is a tough embassy but if you frontloaded your application like sent in a lot of pictures and stuff with your application you should be fine. Every case is different though so it is hard to say what they will say. They will ask questions about your relationship so make sure you know your fiance very well.

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Thank you @USAMOROCCO,i heared a lot of people saying that The US consulate in CASA IS tough one,but im faithfull since we have A bonafide relationship and we have like 700 pics togther and a lot of evidence which shows that we are connected every single day,but im just a little nervous and worried about interview.thank you for your replay

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Thank you @USAMOROCCO,i heared a lot of people saying that The US consulate in CASA IS tough one,but im faithfull since we have A bonafide relationship and we have like 700 pics togther and a lot of evidence which shows that we are connected every single day,but im just a little nervous and worried about interview.thank you for your replay

Peace

Don't be nervous just be prepared. Make sure you keep going over all your information and just be 100% honest when they ask you questions. Yeah the age difference is a red flag BUT many have been approved with a big age difference. I know the asked my fiancé how he met me, when we met in person, how many times I went to see him, how long I stayed, she asked who proposed first. But my fiancé said she was nice and it wasn't uncomfortable. Make sure you have your affidavit of support. The CO only asked for pictures of my ultrasound and letters from the doctor saying I was pregnant and when I was due. You will be fine just prepare. Good luck!

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Thank you again for your helpfull answers,i will make sure to preper very well for the interview.i just have a simple question : do i need to write an other "story how we met" as my fiance did for i129f and take it with me to the interview ?

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