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Is there anybody here whose Beneficiary had his/her interview in London/UK? What sort of questions were asked? How long did the interview take, and what was requested in terms of documentation?

This question is coming waaaaay in advance of when we'll need it, but it will help us to know what is most imperative for us to save, and what we need to do/get in the next few months that we don't already have. Thanks in advance for your input!

Edited by JenM

For CR-1 Process:

CIS

08.17.06 - I-130 mailed to TSC

08.29.06 - NOA-1 generated

09.04.06 - NOA-1 received in the mail from CSC

09.11.06 - *Touch*

09.15.06 - *Touch*

11.01.06 - APPROVED!! [76 days]

NVC

11.20.06 - Case number assigned

11.21.06 - E-mailed Choice of Agent and mailed AOS Bill using James' Shortcuts

11.28.06 - Choice of Agent in NVC system

12.04.06 - IV Bill and I-864 Packet generated

12.06.06 - I-864 mailed using James' Shortcuts

12.12.06 - IV Bill rec'd via USPS and payment sent back to NVC same day

12.21.06 - I-864 in NVC system

12.26.06 - DS-230 generated

12.29.06 - DS-230 mailed using James' Shortcuts

01.08.07 - All paperwork in NVC system.

02.07.07 - Case complete [80 days]. NVC reports our file has left for London

*** Saved total of 29 days using James' Shortcuts***

London Embassy

03.06.07 - Packet arrives with interview date & instructions

04.03.07 - Medical in London - went smoothly

04.12.07 - 10.30 AM Interview at London Embassy - in and out in half an hour!

04.13.07 - Visa arrives at Hubby's home in York, 1.30 PM. WOW!

04.29.07 - Husband arrives in US via Newark. :)

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My husband had his last Friday...July 28th

We filed a CR1...

Questions were:

Were you in the military?

Have you ever had an alias?

When will you be moving to New York to be with your wife ?

That was it.

No questions pertaining to the relationship, how we met or any other supporting evidence was ever asked for.

Not to say this happens to everyone...

I sent him with joint bills, our bank acct statements, photos, e-mails, our wedding invitation - to our surprise, it was quite simpler than we imagined.

Some folks have been asked for pictures, and aksed how they met.

London is quite easy-nothing like the inquisitions that occur elsewhere...

Do not worry, and best of luck for a speedy journey.

All The Best,

Rose

Edited by MrsBruce5

"I have spread my dreams under your feet

Tread softly because you tread on my dreams"

-Yeats

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There's an entire thread dedicated to London and the interviews there. See the 'Foreign Embassy and Consulate discussion' section of this board. Also the UK regional section of the board is good for all UKers to browse.


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