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Hy Vong

Interview Question

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Hi guys,

My wife and I are going to the AOS interview in 3 days. We are putting together all the documents and pictures for the interview.

I have a question. My wife came to the U.S. on a K-1 (financee) Visa and we officially got married in the U.S. after she arrived.

However, we had our wedding pictures taken at the studio in Vietnam before she and I officially got married in the U.S. and we also had a ceremony in Vietnam for the 2 families and friends.

So would it be a problem if we bring our studio wedding pictures and families ceremony that we took in Vietnam to the AOL interview and show them?

Thanks

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