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Hi, My fiancee is going to have his interview in July. He is currently living out of country, and we are going through INDIA embassy.

The NOA2 took longer than expected, one of his police verification will be expired by the time the interview happens. He is concerned that they will reject the interview because of this paper. However it will not be expired for over 30 days, and he will not have made any re-entry to Iraq since he has obtained the papers. wich in my mind says if he hasnt returned, there will be no changes to the record. But still hes right that we dont want to give them an excuse to deny.

should he go get a new one?

10/2011 - met online
06/2012 - met in person & engaged smile.png
08/2012 - Mailed I-129F
08/30/12 - NOA1
04/18/13 - NOA2

07/02/13 - Interview (Denied "not convinced" New Delhi)

Going to try again in his home country


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