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We are about to file our i-751 papers and was wondering if we'd have to go in for a second interview to prove our marriage?We have many forms of prove of our marriage,we have a child together and expecting another in June,we have bank accounts together,rental lease,tax returns,pictures,etc!

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While an interview is always a possibility the majority of people filing to remove conditions do not have an interview. Interviews are usually if there is a question raised by the evidence - or lack of evidence - or by a random selection for statistical purposes only (they have to conduct a certain number of interviews every year). Chances are you probably will not have an interview.


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A second interview? They will probably interview you separately and compare answers. They can ask things like what is your spouse's favorite food or if you walk out your door where is your car parked, things like that. They want to make sure you are actually living together. My step-son had to have a second interview and they asked them lots of questions like that. Good luck :thumbs:


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