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Question: my fiancee's Chinese on German visa. She's finishing school in Heidelberg most likely be done with Germany by the time interview comes along. We prefer to have her stay with her parents who are in Austria and interview in Vienna. Can we put US embassy in Vienna for interview location on the I-129F or are there limitations to where you can interview?

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Question: my fiancee's Chinese on German visa. She's finishing school in Heidelberg most likely be done with Germany by the time interview comes along. We prefer to have her stay with her parents who are in Austria and interview in Vienna. Can we put US embassy in Vienna for interview location on the I-129F or are there limitations to where you can interview?

Can she show legal residency in Austria? I ask because the consulate who has jurisdiction would be her native country or country of current legal residence.....

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Question: my fiancee's Chinese on German visa. She's finishing school in Heidelberg most likely be done with Germany by the time interview comes along. We prefer to have her stay with her parents who are in Austria and interview in Vienna. Can we put US embassy in Vienna for interview location on the I-129F or are there limitations to where you can interview?

Can she show legal residency in Austria? I ask because the consulate who has jurisdiction would be her native country or country of current legal residence.....

She is not legal resident of Austria because she's on Germany visa, so I guess the answer is she has to get it done in Germany. Unless all European Union countries are all consider legal.

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Question: my fiancee's Chinese on German visa. She's finishing school in Heidelberg most likely be done with Germany by the time interview comes along. We prefer to have her stay with her parents who are in Austria and interview in Vienna. Can we put US embassy in Vienna for interview location on the I-129F or are there limitations to where you can interview?

Can she show legal residency in Austria? I ask because the consulate who has jurisdiction would be her native country or country of current legal residence.....

She is not legal resident of Austria because she's on Germany visa, so I guess the answer is she has to get it done in Germany. Unless all European Union countries are all consider legal.

Nope... if so then we would not have diplomatic relations with them individually....


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