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Hi everybody,

pl. help me if anybody know what kind of questions they ask in interview for I_751 lifting conditions. i have to go for interview with my husband.i am very scared and too much nerveous. i really need help for preapring the answers.

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I will add just this. I think that in any genuine situation there is little reason to be fearful of the interview. The questions are not designed to catch you out. They are simply there to ensure the situation IS genuine.


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NOA1 rcvd 6/11/2007, dated 6/6/2007

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I second that. Sometimes the USCIS might have doubts about your marriage being "real"; in other cases interviews are just random and mean nothing. It's NOT like in the movie Green Card (have you ever seen it?) where they ask you what hair shampoo your spouse uses, or where they have a certain mole on the body, etc. If you are a normally married couple, you don't need to be afraid of anything. Just listen to the question, take a few seconds to think, then answer truthfully. Don't worry too much; you'll be doing just fine.

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