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Hi to everyone.

I did the K1 visa interview last August, and now after about 4 months of waiting the Embassy called and they asked me to appear again in front of the CO.

For what I must do double interview? What kind of questions they are going to ask me ?

Is it normal someone does 2 interview? NB : I provided all the papers and documents they asked. And they tolled my fiancee that they do not need any more papers or documents.

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Yes its Normal to have a second interview.in which you can either be granted or refused.Even if you asked not to bring more docs,i will advice you go with docs showing ongoing relationship after your 1st interview.

Seems you will be granted this time around :thumbs:


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****** Moving from K3 to K1 forum *****

It is uncommon, but not unheard of to have two interviews. Usually it is because they needed to do extra checks, or were unsure about something. Was there any red flags in your case, or any questions you could not answer at the interview?


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Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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Hi to everyone.

I did the K1 visa interview last August, and now after about 4 months of waiting the Embassy called and they asked me to appear again in front of the CO.

For what I must do double interview? What kind of questions they are going to ask me ?

Is it normal someone does 2 interview? NB : I provided all the papers and documents they asked. And they tolled my fiancee that they do not need any more papers or documents.

Hi there, we were asked for a second interview at the US embassy Riyadh. After the first interview they asked my husband for more proof of relationship. We provided chat history, emails and phone bills. After a month of submitting the documents they sent us a letter saying that our case was being sent back to USCIS for recommendation for revokation. Two months passed and the case never came back. I went to Saudi Arabia to visit my husband and since our case was still at the embassy I contacted them. They asked us to go for a second interview. At the second interview they spoke to me and my husband separately. They asked us the same questions and compared the answers and we got approved. Our interview was on august 8th 2011. They said that we should receive visa in about 2/3 weeks. But now its four months and we are still waiting. We are stuck in name check.

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