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Hello. This may be a double post. My husband, a Russian, is going to have his interview in Moscow on January 13th (I sent the

DS-230 only two weeks ago). I'm in L.A. We got married in September 2004, lived together in London for six years, and in August

2010 separated (I came to the U.S. and he went to Russia). It's been a long process (it could have been over much more quickly,

but we had some personal issues). What can he expect at the interview? I can't find any anecdotes that seem similar to our

situation, in which the couple is together a long time and then separates during the green card process. As it happens I'm going

to be in Moscow with him when he has the interview (we've only seen each other twice in the past fifteen months) and would like to

go along to support him, but obviously I have not been requested to be there since I am technically living in the U.S. Any tips?

Will my husband actually have to answer questions about my toothbrush and that sort of thing?

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