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got interview date but my husband is still at work overseas...help

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Bring proof to the interview. Hope they accept it. If its military they will, if not it could be hit or miss.


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hello, here's my concern...I got my interview already on March 16th...my husband is still on a 3month contract and couldn't come for the interview...what should i do? any advises?...

You'll need to reschedule the interview which is dangerous because sometimes that doesn't work well. Your husband should find a way to come to the interview. If he isn't there you will be denied. The only reason he would be excused is if he's on military orders and you would need to take proof of that to the interview.

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You'll need to reschedule the interview which is dangerous because sometimes that doesn't work well. Your husband should find a way to come to the interview. If he isn't there you will be denied. The only reason he would be excused is if he's on military orders and you would need to take proof of that to the interview.

Is this true for every case? They will deny you if the USC is not present at the interview?

I'm not worried about myself, just curious.


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Is this true for every case? They will deny you if the USC is not present at the interview?

I'm not worried about myself, just curious.

Pretty much, USC must appear to the AOS interview. It is one of THE most important interviews. The only way is if your spouse is deployed on active duty orders, you must have a copy and a letter from the commander. I had to do that and included it with my initial package and has no interview.


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Your I-129f was approved in 5 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

AOS was approved in 2 months and 8 days without interview.

ROC was approved in 3 months and 2 days without interview.

I am a Citizen of the United States of America. 04/16/13

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Is this true for every case? They will deny you if the USC is not present at the interview?

I'm not worried about myself, just curious.

As Inky said, yes. The interview letter specifically says the USC must attend. Not all K1's will have an interview, it's a 50/50 chance. If you get an interview sometimes it is simply because your local office needs to fulfil a quota or sometimes it might be because your case is suspect. Because you're filing AOS based on your relationship with the USC you need to attend with the USC so they can interview you both.

Exception for military orders though.

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