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Hi Everyone!!

Anybody can tell me the silly or weird question during the interview? I'll have my interview Wednesday.. I'm kind of nervous about it.. :bonk:

I have heard from the member here and some friend who asked for car plate number of their fiance, even though the hospital where when they're fiance born!!! :lol:

For those who are done with their interview recently please give us insight!!

Your reply will be greatly appreciated and could soothe me from being anxious.. :)

Cheers,

Kathy

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Consular asking for plate number would not be asked because even I dont know mine. Which hospital name not likely but city and state yes or where USC has lived, parents and siblings names and ages and children.

sorry bad computer and firefox

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Here's what my wife was asked:

Who is the petitioner?

How did you meet?

When did you first meet?

When did you meet in person?

When was the last time you saw him?

Then she looked at our pictures and said we're approved.


Our Journey (so far) in link

K1 Timeline

10/29/10 Packet Sent
11/03/10 NOA1
11/10/10 Touch
04/21/11 NOA2
08/31/11 Finish medical after the stupid sputum test
09/01/11 Interview completed and passed.
09/30/11 Finally....POE Los Angeles
11/19/11 Married

And they lived happily ever after.
But they still had to adjust status....

08/06/12 Date filed
08/13/12 NOA1
08/31/12 Biometrics Appt.
10/08/12 EAD approved
10/15/12 EAD card received

05/08/13 Green card approved

05/16/13 Green card received.

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Here are some that me and Ema went over and over along with some more personal question. She knows everything about me.

I found these a while back on a website and used them. Hope they can help, but weds is really close to be thinking about too much now.

1. What is the name of your petitioner?

2. How did you meet?

3. When is your fiancee’s birthday?

4. When is the last time you have seen your fiance?

5. When will you leave for the US?

6. When did you meet in person?

7. When did your fiance propose?

8. Why was your fiancee’s previous marriage not working out?

9. Does your fiance have any children?

10. What does your fiancee do for a living?

11. Have you ever been to the US?

12. Where are you getting married?

13. Does your fiance’(e) have any brothers and sisters?

14. Do you have any brothers and sisters?

15. Where does your fiance’(e) parents live?

16. Where was your fiancee born?

17. Where does your fiance live?

18. Where was your fiance born?

19. What do you love about your fiance?

20. When are you going to leave for the US?

21. When are you going to have the wedding?

22. Have you ever applied for a traveling visa?

23. Where did your fiance(e) stayed when he was visiting you?

24. Do you have other relatives living in the United States?

25. Do you know if your fiance was married before?

26. How long have you been corresponding with your fiancee?

27. What is your fiance’s religious background?

28. What is your religious background?

29. Does your fiance speak and understand your language?

30. Do you speak and understand your fiance’s language?

31. How do you two communicate?

32. How often do you talk to each other?

33. Are you planning to have children?

34. Have you ever been married?

35. How did he (or you) proposed?


May 9, 11. Met on dating site Filipinacupid

chat 2x a day since

Dec 23, 11. met in Cebu, traveled to Balamban.

Dec 25th 11 asked her fathers permission to marry her in Cebuano. Engaged.

Jan 1, 12. Came home.

Jan 18th 12, I-129f recieved at vsc

Jan 25th 12, first noa

Feb 9 12, touched

July 2, 12 approved

July 7, 12 recieved noa2

July 16th, called nvc recieved case #

Aug 1st, CFO completed

Aug 16th, Interview date and Approved

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Here are some that me and Ema went over and over along with some more personal question. She knows everything about me.

I found these a while back on a website and used them. Hope they can help, but weds is really close to be thinking about too much now.

1. What is the name of your petitioner?

2. How did you meet?

3. When is your fiancee’s birthday?

4. When is the last time you have seen your fiance?

5. When will you leave for the US?

6. When did you meet in person?

7. When did your fiance propose?

8. Why was your fiancee’s previous marriage not working out?

9. Does your fiance have any children?

10. What does your fiancee do for a living?

11. Have you ever been to the US?

12. Where are you getting married?

13. Does your fiance’(e) have any brothers and sisters?

14. Do you have any brothers and sisters?

15. Where does your fiance’(e) parents live?

16. Where was your fiancee born?

17. Where does your fiance live?

18. Where was your fiance born?

19. What do you love about your fiance?

20. When are you going to leave for the US?

21. When are you going to have the wedding?

22. Have you ever applied for a traveling visa?

23. Where did your fiance(e) stayed when he was visiting you?

24. Do you have other relatives living in the United States?

25. Do you know if your fiance was married before?

26. How long have you been corresponding with your fiancee?

27. What is your fiance’s religious background?

28. What is your religious background?

29. Does your fiance speak and understand your language?

30. Do you speak and understand your fiance’s language?

31. How do you two communicate?

32. How often do you talk to each other?

33. Are you planning to have children?

34. Have you ever been married?

35. How did he (or you) proposed?

Hi Rob and Ema, thank you so much!!!

Yes those question are in common and when my fiance was here we already done to answer that.. Too much to memorize.. he he :rofl: .. Good luck to your fiance.. :)

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Consular asking for plate number would not be asked because even I dont know mine. Which hospital name not likely but city and state yes or where USC has lived, parents and siblings names and ages and children.

sorry bad computer and firefox

Thanks for this insight.. I was going to type that either when I was making my post.. I have a friend who will have my interview same as mine.. She told me that her friend was asked for plate number.. I was laughing.. Most people never care to their fiance plate number.. Lol, so when I heard about that question I immediately asked my fiance and he sent me immediately the picture of his car taken from the back showing his car plate number.. Lol :bonk:

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Here are some that me and Ema went over and over along with some more personal question. She knows everything about me.

I found these a while back on a website and used them. Hope they can help, but weds is really close to be thinking about too much now.

1. What is the name of your petitioner?

2. How did you meet?

3. When is your fiancee’s birthday?

4. When is the last time you have seen your fiance?

5. When will you leave for the US?

6. When did you meet in person?

7. When did your fiance propose?

8. Why was your fiancee’s previous marriage not working out?

9. Does your fiance have any children?

10. What does your fiancee do for a living?

11. Have you ever been to the US?

12. Where are you getting married?

13. Does your fiance’(e) have any brothers and sisters?

14. Do you have any brothers and sisters?

15. Where does your fiance’(e) parents live?

16. Where was your fiancee born?

17. Where does your fiance live?

18. Where was your fiance born?

19. What do you love about your fiance?

20. When are you going to leave for the US?

21. When are you going to have the wedding?

22. Have you ever applied for a traveling visa?

23. Where did your fiance(e) stayed when he was visiting you?

24. Do you have other relatives living in the United States?

25. Do you know if your fiance was married before?

26. How long have you been corresponding with your fiancee?

27. What is your fiance’s religious background?

28. What is your religious background?

29. Does your fiance speak and understand your language?

30. Do you speak and understand your fiance’s language?

31. How do you two communicate?

32. How often do you talk to each other?

33. Are you planning to have children?

34. Have you ever been married?

35. How did he (or you) proposed?

That is quite a list. I will share with my fiancee. Thanks a million!


Sent I-129 Application to VSC 2/1/12
NOA1 2/8/12
RFE 8/2/12
RFE reply 8/3/12
NOA2 8/16/12
NVC received 8/27/12
NVC left 8/29/12
Manila Embassy received 9/5/12
Visa appointment & approval 9/7/12
Arrived in US 10/5/2012
Married 11/24/2012
AOS application sent 12/19/12

AOS approved 8/24/13

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Sort of the same questions, except she was asked to tell how we met, up until the visa process. So she answered about 15-20 of those 35 questions, either asked directly or by telling the story. BLUF, every CO is different. Just relax, be familiar with the basic data (names, dates, family, etc.).

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I can't remember much of mine because it was only 5 mins. I remembered he asked my husband's (fiance then) name and state. Then he looked on the files and returned my pictures. His last question to me is why my husband (fiance then) didn't visit me more than a year. I answered that we decided to sacrifice for a year not seeing each other to save for our church wedding. And I added that we're going to have Filipiniana theme for our catholic wedding and have him wear barong. The CO smiled and said that's great. I didn't hear him saying my visa is approved, just heard him saying welcome to United States of America. And told me to go courier window to pay for delivery.


Lifting Condition (I-751)

09/09/2011 - Sent the package to CSC

09/13/2011 - CSC received the package

09/15/2011 - CSC cashed check and NOA1 Received

09/26/2011 - Biometrics Appointment Notice Date (Sent)

10/13/2011 - Early Biometrics

10/19/2011 - Biometrics Appointment

10/26/2011 - GC expiration

11/25/2011 - Received RFE

11/28/2011 - Sent response to RFE

01/13/2012 - Ordered card production (Approved)

01/19/2012 - 10 yrs GC received

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Here's what my wife was asked:

Who is the petitioner?

How did you meet?

When did you first meet?

When did you meet in person?

When was the last time you saw him?

Then she looked at our pictures and said we're approved.

Wow, those were the exactly the same questions that the consular officer asked me. The CO was probably in her late 20's.

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Thanks for this insight.. I was going to type that either when I was making my post.. I have a friend who will have my interview same as mine.. She told me that her friend was asked for plate number.. I was laughing.. Most people never care to their fiance plate number.. Lol, so when I heard about that question I immediately asked my fiance and he sent me immediately the picture of his car taken from the back showing his car plate number.. Lol :bonk:

Hi..

The consular surprised me this question: WHY DID YOU DECIDED TO GET MARRIED IN US, WHILE YOUR FAMILY AND FRIEND LIVE HERE IN PHILIPPINES..She just asked me 3 question my husband was asking more than me...

I know what feels like, when your interview is coming. I need to memorized everything LOL..

Good-luckkicking.gifkicking.gifkicking.gif you will be finesmile.gif

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I had my wife memorize a bunch of fun facts about me and my family a week before her interview. She already knew all about the relationship. She memorized my parents, brothers and sisters names and what they do for a living. She was able to give birthdates and had my US address memorized before her interview. It helped her because she was asked what her address was going to be during her interview and she was able to give it without looking it up. Every question they asked her she had a very quick answer with no stumbling. She told me her interview was easy because of all the information she memorized. I am sure everybodies interview is a little different. That was her scenerio at the embassay. I wish you guys the best of luck with it and hope your visa comes quick!

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