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I was just wondering.. for those who had their interviews before at USEM? How was it like to be interviewed there? I mean, were u inside a room? sit down on a chair and talk to the consul officer. or youll be interviewed standing infront of them?.. and how long does an interview usually takes? 20 mins? 30? just thought id ask, I wanted to give an idea to my daughter aswell on how it is inside the embassy,as she was asked to go with me on our interview. Thank you so much, i hope you could share ur experience. God speed

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OUR TIMELINE...

129F sent --------------------- 10/10/08

129F NOA1 --------------------- 10/28/08

Approval of NOA2 -------------------- 01/14/09

NOA2 Hardcopy -------------------- 01/22/09

Recieved by NVC -------------------- 01/20/09

Left NVC -------------------- 01/22/09

Recieved by consulate ----------------- 01/25/09

Requested police clearance at JAPEM--- 01/28/09

Recieved letter from USEM ------------- 01/30/09

Medical at SLEC -------------- 02/25/09 (Good Lord pls help us pass with these journey)

Passed the my medical but my daughter was asked to have a repeat xray after 2 mos..huhuhu!

Interview at USEM (K1) --------------- 03/19/09

INTERVIEW PASSED!!!

Everyting about the future is uncertain but one thing is for sure,

God had already arranged all our tomorrows,

we just have to trust him as he leads..

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Our Daughter Cheska

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Enough reason to be happy

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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hi. check this out... http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...p;#entry2539003

and to be more specific, the initial interview will have you stand infront of a filipino officer. pre-interview they say. its just a window, much like when you talk to a bank teller or employee. this can be seen by anyone. cos you just come upfront a window.

with the actual consul officer, you go inside a small room.

and this is just you and the consul officer. youre provided a seat, and you are separated by a window from the consul officer.

my pre-interview took about less than 10 minutes and so did the actual interview.

its the waiting that takes long.

on a round off... i got through the gates at 6am. they started calling priority numbers at 7am.

by 9:30am i was out with the pink slip.

hope this helps. good luck!

THE JOURNEY

03-31-08 - FILED for K1

04-16-08 - NOA1

06-11-08 - RFE on uscis website

08-12-08 - fiance started calling uscis every week cos he never got the RFE in the mail, requested for a new one

08-13-08 - touched

09-19-08 - touched

09-24-08 - touched

10-15-08 - new RFE finally in the mail (after hundreds of calls to uscis)

10-28-08 - fiance sent back RFE documents

10-31-08 - touched

11-04-08 - RFE reply recieved

11-05-08 - touched

11-10-08 - APPROVED (on uscis website)

11-11-08 - touched

11-13-08 - touched

11-17-08 - NOA2

11-24-08 - consulate received

12-15-08 - day 1 medical exam at SLEC

12-16-08 - day 2 medical exam results released

01-07-09 - INTERVIEW APPROVED

01-16-09 - visa received

02-12-09 - CFO

03-15-09 - FLIGHT

06-11-09 - wedding

07-10-09 - AOS

08-21-09 - biometrics

09-23-09 - repeat biometrics (argh!)

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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hi. check this out... http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...p;#entry2539003

and to be more specific, the initial interview will have you stand infront of a filipino officer. pre-interview they say. its just a window, much like when you talk to a bank teller or employee. this can be seen by anyone. cos you just come upfront a window.

with the actual consul officer, you go inside a small room.

and this is just you and the consul officer. youre provided a seat, and you are separated by a window from the consul officer.

my pre-interview took about less than 10 minutes and so did the actual interview.

its the waiting that takes long.

on a round off... i got through the gates at 6am. they started calling priority numbers at 7am.

by 9:30am i was out with the pink slip.

hope this helps. good luck!

thank you so much.. your reply is indeed a big help for me and my daughter. God bless you

OUR TIMELINE...

129F sent --------------------- 10/10/08

129F NOA1 --------------------- 10/28/08

Approval of NOA2 -------------------- 01/14/09

NOA2 Hardcopy -------------------- 01/22/09

Recieved by NVC -------------------- 01/20/09

Left NVC -------------------- 01/22/09

Recieved by consulate ----------------- 01/25/09

Requested police clearance at JAPEM--- 01/28/09

Recieved letter from USEM ------------- 01/30/09

Medical at SLEC -------------- 02/25/09 (Good Lord pls help us pass with these journey)

Passed the my medical but my daughter was asked to have a repeat xray after 2 mos..huhuhu!

Interview at USEM (K1) --------------- 03/19/09

INTERVIEW PASSED!!!

Everyting about the future is uncertain but one thing is for sure,

God had already arranged all our tomorrows,

we just have to trust him as he leads..

http://www.glitterfy.com/]glitterfy081904187D36.gif

glitterfy092702866D36.gif

Our Daughter Cheska

glitterfy093147541D36.gif

Enough reason to be happy

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