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I have contacted them at this email address and they respond within 24 hours:

RiyadhIV@state.gov

Let me know what you find out. Personally, I think if they allow you to attend, you should definitely go.

By the way, how long did his police report take to generate?


USCIS IR1/CR-1 CSC

02-24-2010 - I-130 Sent: February 24th, 2010

06-17-2010 - NOA2

Your I-130 was APPROVED in 107 days from your NOA1 date.

06-24-2010 - NVC Case Number Assigned

08-24-2010 - Sign in Fail - Case COMPLETE in 60 days

10-27-2010 - INTERVIEW Riyadh

11-27-2010 - VISA issued

01-06-2011 - POE JFK

01-27-2011 - Welcome letter

01-28-2011 - Green came via Priority mail

01-06-2011 - GC Issue Date

02-05-2011 - GC Received

02-10-2011 - Applied for SSN at local office

02-19-2011 - SSN Received by mail

10-06-2012 (?) - GC Extend Date

01-06-2013 - GC Expires Date

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I contacted the Riyadh embassy trying to get them to give us the letter requesting this police report. They said they won't release this letter until the case has been sent to them. I am still waiting for our I-130 approval.

I will add you to my freind list. Let's keep in touch.

I wish you both good luck.


USCIS IR1/CR-1 CSC

02-24-2010 - I-130 Sent: February 24th, 2010

06-17-2010 - NOA2

Your I-130 was APPROVED in 107 days from your NOA1 date.

06-24-2010 - NVC Case Number Assigned

08-24-2010 - Sign in Fail - Case COMPLETE in 60 days

10-27-2010 - INTERVIEW Riyadh

11-27-2010 - VISA issued

01-06-2011 - POE JFK

01-27-2011 - Welcome letter

01-28-2011 - Green came via Priority mail

01-06-2011 - GC Issue Date

02-05-2011 - GC Received

02-10-2011 - Applied for SSN at local office

02-19-2011 - SSN Received by mail

10-06-2012 (?) - GC Extend Date

01-06-2013 - GC Expires Date

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Bolivia
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Attend your husband/fiance interview always make a big difference,a very big help.

If u can, GO, Good luck! :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:


REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS

01-18-2012 : Sent I-751 Package

01-22-2012 : Delivered California Service Center

01-24-2012 : Check cashed! Yayyy

01-30-2012 : Received ASC letter... Dated 01-27

02-08-2012 : Got Extension Stamp (Passport) Expires 02-07-2013

02-24-2012 : Biometrics Appt.

06-13-2012 : Got my 10 years greencard. Yeah baby!!!

NATURALIZATION

01-15-2013 : Eligible to file

07-05-2013 : Sent package to Phoenix Lockbox

07-11-2013 : Check cashed

07-15-2013 : NOA

07-30-2013 : Biometrics done

08-09-2013 : Interview letter

09-10-2013 : Interview!! PASSED!

11-22-2013 : Oath Ceremony - I AM A CITIZEN OF UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!!

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Hi all,

My husband has his interview next month at USEM Riyadh. Do they allow the petitioner to attend? If so, should i go? Would that make a big difference?

Thanks for your opinions and suggestions.

You probably will get a response from them by emailing, but I wouldn't take their word as is. I don't believe that any consulate requires the USC to be present, but some consulates (like Guayaquil, Ecuador where we will be going) automatically deny people every time if the USC is not present, even if they won't admit it in an email.

Other consulates could careless and some don't even let the USC into the interview, I believe. If money and other factors are an issue and are causing you to lean towards not going, make sure you talk to people who have been through Riyadh and read the consulate reviews to see if going will be a benefit. If you decide not to go, you are of course running the risk that new COs will be transferred to Riyadh and the policy will change. Like I said, each consulate varies so don't trust someone that has not gone through Riyadh or is not very familiar with the Riyadh consulate.

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Morocco
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Even if this consulate doesn't allow the USC into the consulate during the interview, you can still go and make your presence known by giving your passport to your husband to show the CO. It's a common practice at the Moroccan consulate, where they don't allow USC's in, and a good way to prove your presence.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Nigeria
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Hi all,

My husband has his interview next month at USEM Riyadh. Do they allow the petitioner to attend? If so, should i go? Would that make a big difference?

Thanks for your opinions and suggestions.

Hi Congrats on your interview! I would say, yes, go to the interview. I didn't go to my husbands, and we had to wait another 2 years after his visa was denied. If something comes up you are the U.S citizen and can fight for rights. I would give anything to go back in time and be there with my husband, I didn't have the funds at the time, but even if he was denied again I wish we had experienced it together - instead we had to cry with each other over the phone. I do not know if they allow the petitioner to attend there, but from other posts it sounds like no, however they don't at our consulate either and yet it does give the consulate a positive view of your committmnt I believe. All the best!!


~Afrilaskan Queen~

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