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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: New Zealand
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A couple years back, my Fiancee opened a higher purchase credit line in her name so that a friend of hers could purchase a projection TV. Her friend has made all appropriate payments so far, and is down to owing less than $1000 NZ (big TV!)...

My question is: since this credit line is in my Fiancee's name, and is not entirely paid off, will this cause a rejection before or at the Interview? Her interview will most likely take place next month... so I'm wondering if we need to help her friend pay this TV off (not my favorite option!)

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: India
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A couple years back, my Fiancee opened a higher purchase credit line in her name so that a friend of hers could purchase a projection TV. Her friend has made all appropriate payments so far, and is down to owing less than $1000 NZ (big TV!)...

My question is: since this credit line is in my Fiancee's name, and is not entirely paid off, will this cause a rejection before or at the Interview? Her interview will most likely take place next month... so I'm wondering if we need to help her friend pay this TV off (not my favorite option!)

They do not check people's credits and wouldn't even know about this unless you yourself told them. So, you needn't be concerned at all.


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A couple years back, my Fiancee opened a higher purchase credit line in her name so that a friend of hers could purchase a projection TV. Her friend has made all appropriate payments so far, and is down to owing less than $1000 NZ (big TV!)...

My question is: since this credit line is in my Fiancee's name, and is not entirely paid off, will this cause a rejection before or at the Interview? Her interview will most likely take place next month... so I'm wondering if we need to help her friend pay this TV off (not my favorite option!)

They do not check people's credits and wouldn't even know about this unless you yourself told them. So, you needn't be concerned at all.

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