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My fiance has his visa interview on April 12. I have gathered letters of support from friends who have met him and letters of support from my mom and sister who have talked with him on the phone. I feel like I should be able to express my perspective at the interview too. I wrote a very short letter of intent for our application to USCIS, but want to include a longer letter about my experiences with my fiance and my feelings toward him. Good idea, bad idea?

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I chose to rewrite/update my letter of intent. I stated, "It is STILL my intention..." with the current date of writing and I printed it out from the computer. I then hand wrote the entire contents below that to make sure that if that particular person who might look at it prefers one or the other--then all bases would be covered.

See what is acceptable on the forum that is specific to your country of question. Those folks can certainly give you more of an informed idea of what the culture is like in that embassy (hard asses, bored, rude, kind, bullies, etc.).

I posted a couple of suggestions that aren't related to your specific question, but might be some things you wanna do anyway.

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I chose to rewrite/update my letter of intent. I stated, "It is STILL my intention..." with the current date of writing and I printed it out from the computer. I then hand wrote the entire contents below that to make sure that if that particular person who might look at it prefers one or the other--then all bases would be covered.

See what is acceptable on the forum that is specific to your country of question. Those folks can certainly give you more of an informed idea of what the culture is like in that embassy (hard asses, bored, rude, kind, bullies, etc.).

I posted a couple of suggestions that aren't related to your specific question, but might be some things you wanna do anyway.

Click here: Interview suggestions?

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hello Emintx...i loved to read your story in "our inmigration experience"...im from Argentina and i m new here,and im waiting for my interview ,on 3 may...here in Buenos Aires...im so anxious,and i cant sleep!ha ha....after two years of being with my lovely boy fron new jersey,we cant wait for have a life for real!!!thanks for sharing your experience!,i hope my interview experience be so good as yours!my interview is 3 days before my bday so what better gift i can expect???

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Thank you. I'll share that info. So hard not to be able to be a part of the interview.

get used to it. You will not be part of any other interviews either.

Letters are very weak "evidence" of anything. Anyone can write anything, for that matter YOU can write all the letters and sign them with different names. This is why they are given very little consideration. Hopefully you have a lot more evidence to provide. You can writ a letter yourself, they may not even look at them (they usually do not look at all the evidence presented) It will not hurt anything.


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