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So, I had my first interview in September of 2016, it was sent to the FPU we had to do a DNA test to prove my father was my father, then we received a 221g for financial docs, we sent them in and they were fine all was fine. But then we received a waiver (I 601) for illegal stay in the USA and my lawyers appealed it because I left the USA before the 3 year/10 year ban mark (before the 6 months after my 18th birthday). Now this morning we received an email asking us to set up another interview in Juarez. My interview is set for January 9th of 2017. What should I expect? What should I bring? They have my passport, they asked for it two weeks ago.

Any info is deeply appreciated thank you!

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Difficult to say. Has a decision been made on the waiver needed/ not needed yet?

My lawyers successfully appealed the waiver process because they proved that I left the United States before the 3 year ban. They returned my passport along with the interview instructions, but this morning i received an email from the consulate stating that they sent more documents, I called the call center and they don't know what it is. Now I'm curious about the documents they sent.

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