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Mumbai consulate interview walk through video

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Check out this video on YouTube:<br/><br/>http://youtu.be/wdSuRQ_Ep_Q

Or search for us consulate Mumbai in YouTube video search.


2012-01-29 - Wedding

USCIS:

2012-02-22 - I-130 Sent

2012-02-29 - NOA1 Received

2012-06-28 - NOA2 Received

NVC:

2012-07-24 - Case arrived at NVC

2012-07-24 - Received case #,Consulate Info and IIN

2012-07-24 - E-mailed DS-3032 from Beneficiary's e-mail address

2012-07-26 - AOS bill invoiced & PAID

2012-07-31 - AOS bill appears as PAID

2012-08-06 - DS-3032 accepted, IV bill invoiced and PAID

2012-08-06 - IV bill appears as PAID

2012-08-03 - AOS Package delivered to NVC

2012-08-16 - AOS/I-864 accepted, Checklist Issued for DS-230

2012-08-20 - IV Package sent(From India)

2012-08-23 - IV Package delivered to NVC

2012-08-28 - IV accepted, Case Complete

2012-10-02 - Interview date Assigned

Medical/US Consulate/POE:

2012-10-30 - Medical

2012-11-27 - Interview-Approved

2012-11-30 - Visa received

2012-12-01 - POE

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OMG i cant stop laughing from that movie......I literally fell off my chair laughing....Wow :rofl:

If this is what am going to encounter when I go to a joint interview with my husband in India...I'll need a lot of patience....The line was huge and waiting period as well...Its all good...Getting to that point will be great...

Thanks for sharing that video....

I would agree with himm don't listen to anyone else...Answer honestly. The long line outside the embassy I wonder if thats what you encounter....So whats the point of coming early if your scheduled interview will be done at the same time?

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OMG i cant stop laughing from that movie......I literally fell off my chair laughing....Wow :rofl:

If this is what am going to encounter when I go to a joint interview with my husband in India...I'll need a lot of patience....The line was huge and waiting period as well...Its all good...Getting to that point will be great...

Thanks for sharing that video....

I would agree with himm don't listen to anyone else...Answer honestly. The long line outside the embassy I wonder if thats what you encounter....So whats the point of coming early if your scheduled interview will be done at the same time?

Mumbai Consulate dont allow spouse to join visa interview.

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I apoligize a us citizen is allowed in the building and can approach the counter with their spouse. And if the interviewer requests you to sit down and wait you do. But you can tell them your spouse does not know all the paperwork and call you if anything is needed. Then they can call you up to the counter. This has been the case for two people I have known that just recently had their interviews. However make sure you take your passport with you or security won't let you in.

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Just to mention, the guy in the video was attending the Non-Immigrant visa line which is why there are long waiting lines. Do remember, USC spouse is not required to accompany and can skip the trip.

This video helped my spouse to understand what is it like inside and how it works..Trust me it takes away 25% of stress( my spouse claimed).

OMG i cant stop laughing from that movie......I literally fell off my chair laughing....Wow :rofl:

If this is what am going to encounter when I go to a joint interview with my husband in India...I'll need a lot of patience....The line was huge and waiting period as well...Its all good...Getting to that point will be great...

Thanks for sharing that video....

I would agree with himm don't listen to anyone else...Answer honestly. The long line outside the embassy I wonder if thats what you encounter....So whats the point of coming early if your scheduled interview will be done at the same time?


2012-01-29 - Wedding

USCIS:

2012-02-22 - I-130 Sent

2012-02-29 - NOA1 Received

2012-06-28 - NOA2 Received

NVC:

2012-07-24 - Case arrived at NVC

2012-07-24 - Received case #,Consulate Info and IIN

2012-07-24 - E-mailed DS-3032 from Beneficiary's e-mail address

2012-07-26 - AOS bill invoiced & PAID

2012-07-31 - AOS bill appears as PAID

2012-08-06 - DS-3032 accepted, IV bill invoiced and PAID

2012-08-06 - IV bill appears as PAID

2012-08-03 - AOS Package delivered to NVC

2012-08-16 - AOS/I-864 accepted, Checklist Issued for DS-230

2012-08-20 - IV Package sent(From India)

2012-08-23 - IV Package delivered to NVC

2012-08-28 - IV accepted, Case Complete

2012-10-02 - Interview date Assigned

Medical/US Consulate/POE:

2012-10-30 - Medical

2012-11-27 - Interview-Approved

2012-11-30 - Visa received

2012-12-01 - POE

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Just to mention, the guy in the video was attending the Non-Immigrant visa line which is why there are long waiting lines. Do remember, USC spouse is not required to accompany and can skip the trip.

This video helped my spouse to understand what is it like inside and how it works..Trust me it takes away 25% of stress( my spouse claimed).

I understand that the spouse does not have to be present at the interview.. I don't think you read my profile which states I've been going through this for the past two years... I look forward to the interview with my husband,and it doesn't hurt to spend more time with him before he arrives here... As well as hopefully nothing else delaying his visa..

And I look forward to spend some quality time with him in his neck of the woods....... :dance: So when he comes here I can show him my neck of the woods....:)

But I think you misinteruted my comment about the movie....For me personally I thought it was funny. But I do understand its comforting to others and in know form do I judge them...My husband felt relieved after watching the movie..

SO I hope you don't assume I'm just being a mean spirted person...

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