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Hello...need some advice

My fiance has a family member here in USA(not immediate family)...when asked by the consul if he has family in the USA what is the best response he should make..I hear from some dont say yes others have said make sure to tell the truth...please help,....dont want to make bad mistake..my opinion is to always tell the whole truth...ty in advance

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If he is specifically asked then he should tell the truth.

If it doesn't come up then no need to mention it.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Russia
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I'm not picking on you personally. I just don't understand why so many people ask questions about the "right" answer at an interview if asked. The answer is always the same, the TRUTH! The truth is easy and won't come back to haunt you later. I'm not saying you need to be an open book that volunteers every detail of your life. You only need to answer a question with a simple, to the point, honest answer. :yes:


Jeffery AND Alla.

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K-1 Visa Granted... Wednesday, 21 May 2008

Alla ARRIVED to America... Wednesday, 12 November 2008

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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:help: .....

Hello...need some advice

My fiance has a family member here in USA(not immediate family)...when asked by the consul if he has family in the USA what is the best response he should make..I hear from some dont say yes others have said make sure to tell the truth...please help,....dont want to make bad mistake..my opinion is to always tell the whole truth...ty in advance

If the consul ask she should tell the truth but if not don't bother to mention. Goodluck

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The answer is always the same, the TRUTH! The truth is easy and won't come back to haunt you later.

Exactly :thumbs:


Love timeline:

??? 2003 -------> Started chatting regularly, became good friends

Nov 2004 -------> Fell in love

Jan 2006 -------> Met (in person) for first time

Apr 2008 -------> Wedding

Jun 2008 -------> Closed on house together

K-1 timeline:

Jun 11, 2007 -------> I-129f sent

Mar 20, 2008 -------> Visa in hand

AoS/EAD/AP timeline:

Apr 26, 2008 -------> Wedding

Apr 28, 2008 -------> Filed (forms mailed)

Apr 30, 2008 -------> Forms received by USCIS

May 06, 2008 -------> Cashed check posted to account

May 10, 2008 -------> NOA1 received for EAD, AP, and AoS

May 10, 2008 -------> Biometrics appt date received

May 28, 2008 -------> Biometrics for EAD & AoS

Jun 11, 2008 -------> AoS case transferred to CSC

Jul 05, 2008 -------> AP Approval

Jul 09, 2008 -------> EAD approval

Jul 14, 2008 -------> EAD and AP received

Jul 17, 2008 -------> AoS approved (card production ordered)

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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:help: .....

Hello...need some advice

My fiance has a family member here in USA(not immediate family)...when asked by the consul if he has family in the USA what is the best response he should make..I hear from some dont say yes others have said make sure to tell the truth...please help,....dont want to make bad mistake..my opinion is to always tell the whole truth...ty in advance

If the consul ask she should tell the truth but if not don't bother to mention. Goodluck

hi everybody,

im still new to this forum and trying to read and get all the info that i can get. i just have a question in addition to all my other future questions. why would the beneficiary having a relative in the US be a problem? in form ds-156, question #37 ask for this. thanks for the reply.

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