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Does anyone know how many Visa's are denied in the interview process and for what reasons? Alena and I have our interview on October 2 and I am just trying to cover all the bases.

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Harry

I would have to say very few are denied at the interview level. The main reason would be a lack of some document and even then the visa will be approved but held until you provide the needed documents. Financial support may be another reason. We just had our interview in Kiev on August 7. There were 6 fiancees and they all got their visa. If you have ALL the documents on the checklist, I wouldn't worry about it. Kiev is relatively easy (as I understand from reading posts here) and our interview was a breeze. As far as documents proving a relationship, I had TONS of this and they took only four photos from my collection as proof. They didn't even look at all the other documents I had laboriously kept, copied, organized and carried all the way to Kiev.

I can say this to anyone going to Kiev. Get all the documents they ask for and relax. Our "interview" was "no questions asked". Alla said "That is all? Why not just MAIL the documents and MAIL the visa? It was just about that easy.

Gary


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Does anyone know how many Visa's are denied in the interview process and for what reasons? Alena and I have our interview on October 2 and I am just trying to cover all the bases.

Thanks

Harry

I would have to say very few are denied at the interview level. The main reason would be a lack of some document and even then the visa will be approved but held until you provide the needed documents. Financial support may be another reason. We just had our interview in Kiev on August 7. There were 6 fiancees and they all got their visa. If you have ALL the documents on the checklist, I wouldn't worry about it. Kiev is relatively easy (as I understand from reading posts here) and our interview was a breeze. As far as documents proving a relationship, I had TONS of this and they took only four photos from my collection as proof. They didn't even look at all the other documents I had laboriously kept, copied, organized and carried all the way to Kiev.

I can say this to anyone going to Kiev. Get all the documents they ask for and relax. Our "interview" was "no questions asked". Alla said "That is all? Why not just MAIL the documents and MAIL the visa? It was just about that easy.

Gary

Thanks Gary! I appreciate the comments.

Harry

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