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K1 visa interview dakar

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1. No personal experience, sorry. Much will depend on your relationship and the documents you submitted.  Common questions are about how you met, how often you have met in person and where, the petitioner's family (how many siblings/ kids, their ages etc) and general information that a bonafide couple would know, such as the fiance's favourite food, where they went to college, their job title and what they do at work, the name of the street they live on etc.

 

2. There is no magic number.  A few photos of each time you met in person is good, and great that you have pics with friends and family too.

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12 hours ago, Gee S said:
 
Hi all, Can anyone share experience on:
 
1. possible k1 questions for k1 visa in dakar.
 
2. How many proof of photos is enough? I have about 10 a4 colored photos back and front showing us at different locations with friends and family.
  • Thank you  

You should go to your countries portal and read the Interview reviews to see what they say. Every embassy is different.
1. In the guides are sample questions that you can look over. It's all about knowing each other. Anything and everything can be asked.

2. 10 isn't very many. It's really about who the pictures are with. This is Africa its vital to have pictures of you with friends and especially family. Did you meet the family have pics with mom, dad, siblings? Those are the one that matters.

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On 1/2/2017 at 7:23 PM, dwheels76 said:

You should go to your countries portal and read the Interview reviews to see what they say. Every embassy is different.
1. In the guides are sample questions that you can look over. It's all about knowing each other. Anything and everything can be asked.

2. 10 isn't very many. It's really about who the pictures are with. This is Africa its vital to have pictures of you with friends and especially family. Did you meet the family have pics with mom, dad, siblings? Those are the one that matters.

Thank you. Appreciated 

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On 1/2/2017 at 1:52 PM, Penguin_ie said:

1. No personal experience, sorry. Much will depend on your relationship and the documents you submitted.  Common questions are about how you met, how often you have met in person and where, the petitioner's family (how many siblings/ kids, their ages etc) and general information that a bonafide couple would know, such as the fiance's favourite food, where they went to college, their job title and what they do at work, the name of the street they live on etc.

 

2. There is no magic number.  A few photos of each time you met in person is good, and great that you have pics with friends and family too.

Thanks for the assistance. Appreciated 

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