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Hey Visajourney Pals Got An E-mail from The Consultae in Casablnca Telling me The Date of interview and its the 29 th January :) ... and I called the doctor today the sucduale an apoinment for the 17th :) ... what are the questions they may ask ! Pray for us :D Im So excited lol Good luck Everybody Ty all

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good luck incha-Allah!! :)


Met online : 2009
Married : 07/28/2010


USCIS
Send I-130 : 06/08/2011
Touched : 06/13/2011
got a NOA1 by e-mail and SMS : 06/15/2011
got "I-797C" hard copy of NOA1 : 06/20/2011
got RFE "I-797E" : 10/15/2011
RFE Reply : 12/15/2011
Touched : 12/16/2011
I-130 Approved : 12/20/2011
got "I-797" hard copy of NOA2 : 12/24/2011
Your I-130 was approved in 183 days from your NOA1 date.


NVC
NVC Case Number : 01/13/2012
Pay "$88" AOS Bill and e-mailed DS-3032 : 02/08/2012
Email from NVC, DS-3032 Accepted : 02/09/2012
AOS Fee Shows PAID : 02/09/2012
IV fee invoiced "$404" : 02/10/2012
IV fee invoiced "$230" : 04/18/2012
Pay "$230" IV Bill : 04/30/2012
IV Fee Shows PAID : 05/02/2012
Send AOS and IV packet : 06/09/2012
AOS and IV packet Received : 06/22/2012
Case completed at NVC : 06/29/2012

Interview Date : 08/28/2012 "Denied"

Case Reaffirmed : 07/16/2013

Second interview - Approved : 10/24/2013

Visa Issued : 10/29/2013

Visa in hand : 10/31/2013

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Go through the reviews of the Moroccan consulate here on VJ. You will get an idea about all the questions you will be asked during the interview.

Also, read through this MENA forum to get a sense of what the interview will be like.

Does your relationship have red flags (ex - large age difference, short time knowing each other before engagement, very little time spent together in person, large difference between economic and/or educational levels, different life stages)? If so, you need to be prepared to answer questions about those.

Casablanca is not an easy consulate and most people do well to be as prepared as possible.

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:thumbs: Congrats u are almost there just try to know everything about your fiance(DOB, Name, work, her brothers & sisters & her names & DOB'S, what they do, her parents what they do their DOB'S, where they live, Your fiance education, how much she made at work, where she was born, How u know each other, for how long, when she visit u....) So try to know everything about your fiance and make sure to bring with u pictures taken with your fiance & any chat history or any letters or emails sent to each other as a proof or your relationship. So good luck on your interview and try to study all this questions & answers with your fiance.

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Marriage : 2012-12-05 In Morocco

2012-04-12: I-130 Sent

2012-04-16: USCIS Received

2012-04-16: I-130 NOA1

2012-11-28: I-130 Approved (226 days)

2012-12-05: NVC Received

2012-12-12: E-mailed Completed DS-3032

2012-12-17: Received DS-3032 / I-864 Bill

2012-12-17: Pay I-864 Bill

2012-12-19: Send Completed I-864

2012-12-20: NVC Accepted DS-3032

2012-12-24: NVC Received I-864 Package

2012-12-21: Received IV Bill

2012-12-21: Pay IV Bill

2012-12-27: IV Packet Sent (UPS Express Mail)

2012-12-28: NVC Received IV Packet

2013-01-08: AOS Package accepted

2013-01-10: IV Accepted

2013-01-10: Case Completed at NVC

2013-01-31: Received Instruction Package

2013-03-07: Interview Date

2013-03-07: Visa Approved

2013-03-11: Visa Received

2013-04-01: US Entry

2013-xx-xx: SSN Received

2013-xx-xx: Green Card Received

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If they are going to deny, you will have crazy questions :), if they are normal questions you will do fine, such as how did you meet, questions about your fiances past and present that are reasonable. If you will get a denial , you will get impossible questions such as what is your fiances fathers job and salary, and her brothers and sisters as well. This is just an example from my husbands fiance denial, and from others experiences. Chances are if it starts out as impossible questions, you are on your path for a denial no matter what you answer. Just give them the best that you know about what they are asking. Good luck and just do the best you can , its all you can do.

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:thumbs: Congrats u are almost there just try to know everything about your fiance(DOB, Name, work, her brothers & sisters & her names & DOB'S, what they do, her parents what they do their DOB'S, where they live, Your fiance education, how much she made at work, where she was born, How u know each other, for how long, when she visit u....) So try to know everything about your fiance and make sure to bring with u pictures taken with your fiance & any chat history or any letters or emails sent to each other as a proof or your relationship. So good luck on your interview and try to study all this questions & answers with your fiance.

Proof at this point , from just about everyone's experience is not taken or even looked at. Sad but true, with the fiance visa as I learned a bit too late , at the beginning when filing is the time to give it ALL.

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Proof at this point , from just about everyone's experience is not taken or even looked at. Sad but true, with the fiance visa as I learned a bit too late , at the beginning when filing is the time to give it ALL.

Ok but I thought they may ask for more staff even it was sent when was filing for K1. You may be right but just in case they will ask for more proof is better to have them again on the Interview then being sorry. I was just trying to be more helpful and give some advice to be more prepared. So wishing good luck to everyone in their VisaJourney...


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Marriage : 2012-12-05 In Morocco

2012-04-12: I-130 Sent

2012-04-16: USCIS Received

2012-04-16: I-130 NOA1

2012-11-28: I-130 Approved (226 days)

2012-12-05: NVC Received

2012-12-12: E-mailed Completed DS-3032

2012-12-17: Received DS-3032 / I-864 Bill

2012-12-17: Pay I-864 Bill

2012-12-19: Send Completed I-864

2012-12-20: NVC Accepted DS-3032

2012-12-24: NVC Received I-864 Package

2012-12-21: Received IV Bill

2012-12-21: Pay IV Bill

2012-12-27: IV Packet Sent (UPS Express Mail)

2012-12-28: NVC Received IV Packet

2013-01-08: AOS Package accepted

2013-01-10: IV Accepted

2013-01-10: Case Completed at NVC

2013-01-31: Received Instruction Package

2013-03-07: Interview Date

2013-03-07: Visa Approved

2013-03-11: Visa Received

2013-04-01: US Entry

2013-xx-xx: SSN Received

2013-xx-xx: Green Card Received

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Yes, I'm sorry I didn't mean for you to think I was saying your advice shouldn't be taken. Anyone's advice for Casablanca should be noted . Its just a fact that especially for a k-1 , that they just don't have the time to go through more proof, especially reading emails or chat logs. They make thier decision in advance, but if you made a visit again between your filing and interview, bring that proof and if your police record expired , bring another just in case they need it to issue the visa.

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No worries I didn't take it personal but u were right. Casablanca Consulate are really strict & hard to deal with. I hope you are almost done with Them.


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Marriage : 2012-12-05 In Morocco

2012-04-12: I-130 Sent

2012-04-16: USCIS Received

2012-04-16: I-130 NOA1

2012-11-28: I-130 Approved (226 days)

2012-12-05: NVC Received

2012-12-12: E-mailed Completed DS-3032

2012-12-17: Received DS-3032 / I-864 Bill

2012-12-17: Pay I-864 Bill

2012-12-19: Send Completed I-864

2012-12-20: NVC Accepted DS-3032

2012-12-24: NVC Received I-864 Package

2012-12-21: Received IV Bill

2012-12-21: Pay IV Bill

2012-12-27: IV Packet Sent (UPS Express Mail)

2012-12-28: NVC Received IV Packet

2013-01-08: AOS Package accepted

2013-01-10: IV Accepted

2013-01-10: Case Completed at NVC

2013-01-31: Received Instruction Package

2013-03-07: Interview Date

2013-03-07: Visa Approved

2013-03-11: Visa Received

2013-04-01: US Entry

2013-xx-xx: SSN Received

2013-xx-xx: Green Card Received

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I wish we were almost done with them also, but still waiting for NOA2 from VSC, 8 months and counting still. One thing I can say is my husband will be well prepared for his interview lol. I think we've talked about just about everything there is to know about each other , chatting has certainly given us the opportunity to know more than probably people who are living together !

To the Op, the questions you will be asked should be easy to answer if you know your fiance well enough, however as I stated before , they begin impossible questions if they are giving a denial. I hope its not the case for you, best of luck!

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I wish we were almost done with them also, but still waiting for NOA2 from VSC, 8 months and counting still. One thing I can say is my husband will be well prepared for his interview lol. I think we've talked about just about everything there is to know about each other , chatting has certainly given us the opportunity to know more than probably people who are living together !

To the Op, the questions you will be asked should be easy to answer if you know your fiance well enough, however as I stated before , they begin impossible questions if they are giving a denial. I hope its not the case for you, best of luck!

Thanks I'm trying to question him & see what is his answers..But you are right by talking to our husbands online everyday you get to know more things about each other than people living together. Hope you will get your NOA2 soon & hope for myself to get my case complted soon too & to my husband to get approval on his Interview he is really scared to death for a week now & I just keep saying to him we are married & we love each other you need to relax & answer whatever they ask for & everything will go nice. Good luck to u dear.


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Marriage : 2012-12-05 In Morocco

2012-04-12: I-130 Sent

2012-04-16: USCIS Received

2012-04-16: I-130 NOA1

2012-11-28: I-130 Approved (226 days)

2012-12-05: NVC Received

2012-12-12: E-mailed Completed DS-3032

2012-12-17: Received DS-3032 / I-864 Bill

2012-12-17: Pay I-864 Bill

2012-12-19: Send Completed I-864

2012-12-20: NVC Accepted DS-3032

2012-12-24: NVC Received I-864 Package

2012-12-21: Received IV Bill

2012-12-21: Pay IV Bill

2012-12-27: IV Packet Sent (UPS Express Mail)

2012-12-28: NVC Received IV Packet

2013-01-08: AOS Package accepted

2013-01-10: IV Accepted

2013-01-10: Case Completed at NVC

2013-01-31: Received Instruction Package

2013-03-07: Interview Date

2013-03-07: Visa Approved

2013-03-11: Visa Received

2013-04-01: US Entry

2013-xx-xx: SSN Received

2013-xx-xx: Green Card Received

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Ok but I thought they may ask for more staff even it was sent when was filing for K1. You may be right but just in case they will ask for more proof is better to have them again on the Interview then being sorry. I was just trying to be more helpful and give some advice to be more prepared. So wishing good luck to everyone in their VisaJourney...

We front loaded ours at the beginning... My husband didn;'t take anything to the interview exceot for his passport, my 2011 tax return and our sponsor doc's


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