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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ukraine

Hello. We are starting the K1 visa process and a question came up about my fiancee's adult 18 year old daughter. What possible questions will her daughter have at her interview?

Consulates vary and consulate officers vary. One of our sons, who came as a K-2 to follow was 18 when he interviewed, had no questions asked. The younger one did not go to the interview (not required in Kiev for children under 14 and he was 13 at the time) Visit the Russia/Ukraine?Belarus sub-forum. Severl members there brought children from Russia with their finacees or wives and I have never heard of any trouble with their interviews.

Our younger one had an AOS interview...no questions asked. The older one did not have an AOS interview. Children's visas and green cards are derivitive of the parent's visa and green card. There really are no questions to ask. You provide documents that they are eligible and that is about it.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Russia

I answered this in another thread, but in our case, when my then fiancee and her daughter had their interview they simply asked her daughter what she could tell them about me. My step daughter was 16 years old at the tim.

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