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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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Hi everybody,

I'm a us citizen, and I have an visa interview for my husbands son at the Kingston Jamaica embassy in two weeks.

The visa center says the address is the old embassy address of OXFORD rd (interview letter says OXford), but the embassy and everyone in Jamaica says the embassy moved to Old HOPE rd.

1. Are they still using the old embassy for interviews??? I called the visa center and they assured me it's the Oxford rd address, I called the embassy and they say it's the new address

2. I paid the $400 for the visa application, and all the other fileing fees SO will I still have to pay more money at the embassy, how much will they hit me up for?

3. Any one else do this interview for a step child? Do they ask as many questions as they do for husband/wife, will they ask for photo's and things, or is the interview more of a formality? The child is young.

Any insight would be delightful!!!

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The embassy move long time ago (here is the new address)

U.S. Embassy Kingston, Jamaica,

142 Old Hope Road,

Kingston 6,

Jamaica,

I didn't have a stepchild interview, but I did see a lot of children (step) only asked a few questions...most of the questions I heard the CO asking were have you met your stepmom or stepdad and do you like them or have you met your step brothers or sisters and do you like time, do you think you will like the schools in the US things like that nothing difficult. Some of the children were not asked anything at all (especially) if they can't see over the counter.

Sorry I don't have much info on the fees...someone else should be able to help you with that. Best wishes.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
Timeline

Lawny is right

no more fees except the courier fee when visa is approved

probably won't ask alot of questions as he/she may not be able to answer properly


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