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I read that during the interview CO looks at his computer at same time? will it mean to validate what your answers are at same time versus to their file at computer? Thanks

yes. all info about you is already in their system .

feb. 26,2008-----noa1

aug. 26, 2008----transferred to csc

sept. 19, 2008--- approved

NVC:

sept. 26, 2008----got case # from a live operator

oct. 6, 2008 ------received AOS bill/paid online

oct. 7, 2008 ------shows PAID

oct. 14,2008 -----IV fee generated/ paid online

oct. 15,2008 -----shows PAID

oct. 16,2008 -----mailed DS230 overnight

oct. 23,2008 ---- RFE

nov. 3,2008 ----- case complete

nov. 26,2008 --- medical exam

aug. 14,2009 --- remedical finally, passed

aug. 24, 2009 -- interview , passed

aug. 29, 2009 -- visa in hand

sept. 24, 2009 -- POE LAX

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uhmmm i think all the information about the petitioner, all the infos. in the packet.. think the co is looking if the answers of the applicant is true/ if its tally to all the embassy's information... :star:

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Hi to all!

I read that during the interview CO looks at his computer at same time? will it mean to validate what your answers are at same time versus to their file at computer? Thanks

yes. all info about you is already in their system .

Thanks sha! The info on their system is based on the paperworks you passed in filing?Let's say they just transferred the information from your papers to their computer?

uhmmm i think all the information about the petitioner, all the infos. in the packet.. think the co is looking if the answers of the applicant is true/ if its tally to all the embassy's information... :star:

thanks happyme!

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Hi to all!

I read that during the interview CO looks at his computer at same time? will it mean to validate what your answers are at same time versus to their file at computer? Thanks

yes. all info about you is already in their system .

Thanks sha! The info on their system is based on the paperworks you passed in filing?Let's say they just transferred the information from your papers to their computer?

uhmmm i think all the information about the petitioner, all the infos. in the packet.. think the co is looking if the answers of the applicant is true/ if its tally to all the embassy's information... :star:

thanks happyme!

a lawyer friend of mine works inside the embassy, he told me the us embassy's computer system is very advanced and centralized . even at the NVC stage, they have already input data in their computer.

feb. 26,2008-----noa1

aug. 26, 2008----transferred to csc

sept. 19, 2008--- approved

NVC:

sept. 26, 2008----got case # from a live operator

oct. 6, 2008 ------received AOS bill/paid online

oct. 7, 2008 ------shows PAID

oct. 14,2008 -----IV fee generated/ paid online

oct. 15,2008 -----shows PAID

oct. 16,2008 -----mailed DS230 overnight

oct. 23,2008 ---- RFE

nov. 3,2008 ----- case complete

nov. 26,2008 --- medical exam

aug. 14,2009 --- remedical finally, passed

aug. 24, 2009 -- interview , passed

aug. 29, 2009 -- visa in hand

sept. 24, 2009 -- POE LAX

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i remembered .. the co asked basic questions like how we've met..

i was sooo nervous to answer at that time hahaha!!!

i've noticed him looking at his computer while asking me questions and

same time typing something.. when he noticed im not answering

what he did is,he stop.. he looked at me and waited for me to

answer..hehe.. :bonk:

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So basically, all the informations on their system is based only on what you feed on your paperworks? Further interrogations later on will happen if something doesnt jibe with your infos at their file. Am i right guys?

it could be how the beneficiary answers the consul, whether her answers coincide with their file, whether she knows everything about the petitioner, basically the consul wants to know if the marriage is real .

feb. 26,2008-----noa1

aug. 26, 2008----transferred to csc

sept. 19, 2008--- approved

NVC:

sept. 26, 2008----got case # from a live operator

oct. 6, 2008 ------received AOS bill/paid online

oct. 7, 2008 ------shows PAID

oct. 14,2008 -----IV fee generated/ paid online

oct. 15,2008 -----shows PAID

oct. 16,2008 -----mailed DS230 overnight

oct. 23,2008 ---- RFE

nov. 3,2008 ----- case complete

nov. 26,2008 --- medical exam

aug. 14,2009 --- remedical finally, passed

aug. 24, 2009 -- interview , passed

aug. 29, 2009 -- visa in hand

sept. 24, 2009 -- POE LAX

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So basically, all the informations on their system is based only on what you feed on your paperworks? Further interrogations later on will happen if something doesnt jibe with your infos at their file. Am i right guys?

yes.. ur case was trasferred by the nvc... so that's the infos. he is looking... based on the paper works u submitted.... :star:

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i think he looks all ur infos and the report from the USCIS and FBI notes and ur name check report and NVC report about the case, someone in vj saw the top of the papers while interview and she saw it says approved on the top of it, i think the case is already approved mostly before the CO gets all the paper work from NVC. All the questions asking is just a formality and this is only based on my opinion and i may be wrong but who knows......................... abby n sheryl

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i think he looks all ur infos and the report from the USCIS and FBI notes and ur name check report and NVC report about the case, someone in vj saw the top of the papers while interview and she saw it says approved on the top of it, i think the case is already approved mostly before the CO gets all the paper work from NVC. All the questions asking is just a formality and this is only based on my opinion and i may be wrong but who knows......................... abby n sheryl

:thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs: YES THAT'S TRUE... IMMIGRANT AS WELL AS K PACKETS ARE PROCESS IN THE US AND BEFORE IT COMES TO THE EMBASSY ITS ALREADY APPROVED....

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May 9, 2017: N-400 packet was sent
May 15, 2017: NOA1 
June 05, 2017: Biometric Done
June 19, 2017: Case is in Line for an Interview
June 25, 2018: USCIS Scheduled an Interview
Aug. 02, 2018: Interview Date- APPROVED!
Aug. 09, 2018: Oath Ceremony

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What a stange and oddball question you ask.

What do you want the CO to do, Talk on the phone while they interview you.

It is the computer age, not 1980.

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