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Our K1 Visa interview was conditionally approved. Condition and required document is Sputum Test Results are needed to be completed. 

 

Interview: Jan 6, Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam

 

I traveled for interview. 

 

We arrived at Embassy ad there were large lines. When they called the number for document check, we both walked up. I was asked if I was the petitioner and I said yes. He told me to go sit down.

 

While waiting we noticed and overheard some of the other people's interview questions. A few k1 applicants that were there by themselves were asked challanging and probing questions and seemed that CO may have some doubt about thier case. We were anxious. 

 

When our number was called, we went to window together. We were both asked to raise our hands and say that we will tell the truth. CO then proceeded to ask us both questions. I was surprised that they allowned me to saty for interview. The questions were relatively easy.

 

Questions for Her:

  1. Can you show me your photos?
  2. How many trips has your fiance made to Vietnam?
  3. Do you have any relatives in US?
  4. How did the 2 of you meet?
  5. When did you meet in person - the first time?
  6. Were either of you married before?  Did you know that fiance was still married when you first met?
  7. When was fiance's divorce started and finalized?
  8. Do either of you have any children?
  9. What does your fiance do in US? 

 

Questions for Me:

  1. Can I see your passport?
  2. Please show me the previous 2 Vietnam visa's and airport stamps?

 

CO then said, you need to bring the Medical exam test results and then you will get visa. He said all your paper work is in order. After interview, CEAC status changed to Administraive processing.

 

My fiance's medical exam had found something on lung x-ray. She was asked to do Sputum test, which she started. Sputum test takes 2 months to compete. We wen ahead and did the interview before the final Sputum test results are available.  

 

Think that me being there at Embassy fro interview helped. All our paperwork was very detailed and we had submitted a very complete set of documents. I thought that CO and interview questions were fair. 

 

Thanks for all help from VJ and members.  

 

Now we are just waiting for visa after Sputum test results.

 

 

 

 

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On 1/9/2017 at 6:43 AM, b6543 said:

Our K1 Visa interview was conditionally approved. Condition and required document is Sputum Test Results are needed to be completed. 

 

Interview: Jan 6, Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam

 

I traveled for interview. 

 

We arrived at Embassy ad there were large lines. When they called the number for document check, we both walked up. I was asked if I was the petitioner and I said yes. He told me to go sit down.

 

While waiting we noticed and overheard some of the other people's interview questions. A few k1 applicants that were there by themselves were asked challanging and probing questions and seemed that CO may have some doubt about thier case. We were anxious. 

 

When our number was called, we went to window together. We were both asked to raise our hands and say that we will tell the truth. CO then proceeded to ask us both questions. I was surprised that they allowned me to saty for interview. The questions were relatively easy.

 

Questions for Her:

  1. Can you show me your photos?
  2. How many trips has your fiance made to Vietnam?
  3. Do you have any relatives in US?
  4. How did the 2 of you meet?
  5. When did you meet in person - the first time?
  6. Were either of you married before?  Did you know that fiance was still married when you first met?
  7. When was fiance's divorce started and finalized?
  8. Do either of you have any children?
  9. What does your fiance do in US? 

 

Questions for Me:

  1. Can I see your passport?
  2. Please show me the previous 2 Vietnam visa's and airport stamps?

 

CO then said, you need to bring the Medical exam test results and then you will get visa. He said all your paper work is in order. After interview, CEAC status changed to Administraive processing.

 

My fiance's medical exam had found something on lung x-ray. She was asked to do Sputum test, which she started. Sputum test takes 2 months to compete. We wen ahead and did the interview before the final Sputum test results are available.  

 

Think that me being there at Embassy fro interview helped. All our paperwork was very detailed and we had submitted a very complete set of documents. I thought that CO and interview questions were fair. 

 

Thanks for all help from VJ and members.  

 

Now we are just waiting for visa after Sputum test results.

 

 

 

 

Can you please let me know if we need to translate civil record no 2 (ly lich tu phap 2)? I understand we have to translate birth certificate, how about other documents? I'd greatly appreciate your response.

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VJ supporters, 

Finally after long process, we received K1 visa. Wanted to report this news... Sputum test results came out fine (took 10 weeks). Medical exam test results were fine. 

 

Thanks to support and help from VJ community and experts.  

 

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