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Heres the story. prior to filing our I-130 my wife tried to get a tourist visa it was denied due to her having a USC husband. In the interview for the visa the consular asked when we met. My wife was so nervous she said June or July when in fact we met in October. I had never been in her country prior to October. The consular was typing into the computer all the answers. I am concerned this may pose a problem at the interview for our CR-1 as when the question arises when we met we need to answer October this conflicts with the previous answer. Does anyone have any thoughts on this or how to handle this situation. All I think about all day is this stupid problem and how to handle it. Thanks to all.


USCIS

10-15-2009 Met while I was on vacation...

11-12-2009 Traveled to CR for 3 weeks (Engaged)

02-21-2010 Married

05-28-2010 Mailed I-130

05-31-2010 Received - Chicago Lockbox

06-07-2010 I-130 NOA1 - CSC

06-08-2010 Touched

09-16-2010 NOA2

NVC

09-21-2010 Case# assinged

09-22-2010 AOS and IV bill generated.

09-22-2010 Paid AOS and IV bill.

09/23/2010 Both bills show paid. Printed cover sheets.

09/27/2010 Mailed AOS & IV package (fedex).

09-28-2010 Package received at NVC 9:32am (signed for by J.Desmond)

10-04-2010 AOS & IV docs in AVR system.

10-08-2010 SIF.

10-21-2010 Case Closed.

10-25-2010 Case sent to USEM.

USEM

10-27-2010 Received file.

11-02-2010 Medical. PASSED

11-08-2010 Interview APPROVED

POE

11-13-2010 Frt Lauderdale,FL.

SS Card

11-29-2010

Welcome Letter

12-10-2010

Greencard received

12-20-2010

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Heres the story. prior to filing our I-130 my wife tried to get a tourist visa it was denied due to her having a USC husband. In the interview for the visa the consular asked when we met. My wife was so nervous she said June or July when in fact we met in October. I had never been in her country prior to October. The consular was typing into the computer all the answers. I am concerned this may pose a problem at the interview for our CR-1 as when the question arises when we met we need to answer October this conflicts with the previous answer. Does anyone have any thoughts on this or how to handle this situation. All I think about all day is this stupid problem and how to handle it. Thanks to all.

the truth and nothing but the truth is how you handle this...


YMMV

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Egypt
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Heres the story. prior to filing our I-130 my wife tried to get a tourist visa it was denied due to her having a USC husband. In the interview for the visa the consular asked when we met. My wife was so nervous she said June or July when in fact we met in October. I had never been in her country prior to October. The consular was typing into the computer all the answers. I am concerned this may pose a problem at the interview for our CR-1 as when the question arises when we met we need to answer October this conflicts with the previous answer. Does anyone have any thoughts on this or how to handle this situation. All I think about all day is this stupid problem and how to handle it. Thanks to all.

If an issue does rise because of it, just be honest. The CO realizes that this is a nerve wrecking event and can see when someone is nervous. I wouldn't worry about it.


"A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort. " – Herm Albright

POE: JFK New York: 04/18/2010
Receive Green Card in mail: 06/03/2010
Received SSN: 06/17/2010
Received NEW SS CARD: 07/20/2010
(to match GC!)
Got JOB!!: 09/27/2010
Got a better JOB!!: 11/20/2010

ROC Mailed: 02/16/2012
Check cashed: 02/24/2012
NOA received dated for: 02/22/2012
Biometrics dated:
04/18/2012
RFE:
10/23/2012
RFE Response Confirmed: 11/16/2012
Interview at Orlando office: 02/13/2013

2nd RFE!!: 10/03/13

2nd RFE Response: 10/09/2013

Update Biometrics: 10/13/2013 NEVER GOT 10 yr card!

N-400 mailed: 01/21/2014

Biometrics (N-400): 02/21/2014

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