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Is there anyone that has been going through interview in Norway, Sweden or Denmark? Still waiting on NOA2. The interviews are supposed to be at Sweden for all three? How does that work? Could help understand the process for Norway once accepted and costs involved would be appreciated. Thank You

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My fiancee is going to her interview tuesday in Stockholm. She is from Oslo. Basically once your i-129f is approved they mail you a list of all the documents you need to bring to the interview. All the doctors appointments are in Norway, they give you a list of approved doctors to go to. Basically everything is done in your home country (Norway for us) and then you bring all the documents to your interview in Stockholm. The doctors appointments are a bit expensive and getting all the forms costs a bit but its not to bad. There is also a fee for filing the paperwork and you have to bring swedish stamps to your interview so they can mail you back your visa... though i dont know exactly how they mail it back.

hope that helps.

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Ok so the interview process is rather painless so long as you have all the required documents. We had forgotten to get a police certificate from London (have to have a police certificate for any place you've lived for over 6 months) so it was denied but they confirmed it would be approved the moment we got the certificate to them. (we just got the certificate to them tuesday and they approved the visa and have shipped all the documents as well as the visa (which is in the passport) to us in Oslo! As for how the passport works, they will keep it there on the day of the interview so long as you have a way to get home without it, think you can use just a copy of your passport and if you can't leave your passport you can mail it to them when you get home and they will put the visa in it and mail it back to you.

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