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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: China
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Can anyone out there tell me how long is a police report good for, before they want a updated one. My fiance went to the police and paid the money to have one done on her and her son in May, we yet to get our noa2 but thought we would work on getting alot of things ahead of time. Will we have to get a new one if the interview is in November or later?

2nd question, I plan on going to China when she has her interview, will they let me inside the interview? Is it a good ideal or not a good ideal?

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ukraine
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Can anyone out there tell me how long is a police report good for, before they want a updated one. My fiance went to the police and paid the money to have one done on her and her son in May, we yet to get our noa2 but thought we would work on getting alot of things ahead of time. Will we have to get a new one if the interview is in November or later?

2nd question, I plan on going to China when she has her interview, will they let me inside the interview? Is it a good ideal or not a good ideal?

In general consulates will accept police reports within one year, regardless of any "expiration date" on the certificate itself. You can send an email to the consulate and ask. I cannot answer about the interview question, but I am sure many here can


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Brazil
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moved from K-1 Fiance(e) Visa Process & Procedures to US Embassy and Consulate Discussion

pertains to interview and police reports, which is at the embassy/consulate stage of the k-1 process


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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You will not be allowed to attend interview in China, most spouses pass the time in a coffee shop that is on the 4th floor. Interview happens on the 5th floor.

Positive points of being there:

1. Moral Support

2. SO can take your passport to show you are present in the Consulate

3. Debateable, you can attend ACH which "may" help your case

4. Priceless moment when SO walks into coffee shop and that agonizing moment before they tell you if they passed.

A common question at the consulate is: Is your spouse here with you? Being able to respond yes and show interview officer your passport I think carries a huge amount influence.

Is it required you are there? Nope thousands pass every year and the USC is not present.

Last point and question for you to ask yourself. How will you feel if you are not there and SO does not pass, SO will be emotionally floored and will be alone and in most cases a strange city.

Being there for a approval is great, being there for SO if they get denied is even more important.

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