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Guys, thanks for all the help you offer on here.My wife is a USC and she filed for me in February, 2013. I am not yet in The States, though she received a notice in the mail asking us to attend an interview today.It's commonly known as 'The fraud interview' and has to be attended to by both. Now, am not in the country already so we both wonder how she/ we could attend that together. Then through unavoidable circumstances, she never should up for it either. What are the implications of this and was the interview scheduled in error by them? through the wrongful assumption that i was already in the country, looking for a change of status? Help me out guys, how do things progress after that? I mean after giving my wife 'the hairdryer'???

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It's an I-130 interview for the PETITIONER. You as the beneficiary are not called for that interview. Have your wife go, answer any questions IO may have and you will have your decision on I-130 within couple of days.

Wait, your wife never attended the interview? SHe better get in touch with the local USCIS office and explain her absence pronto.

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In some cases they ask the petitioner into the local USCIS office to give a pre interview before approving the petition. The chances are they are leaning towards a denial for the reason of no bonafide relationship and want to test your wives answers. IF she skipped the interview the denial will probably be sent out shortly unless she move right away to reschedule.

This will not be over quickly. You will not enjoy this.

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tell your wife to go in for an infopass appointment at that local office.

see http://infopass.uscis.gov

once there, ask her to talk with the floor supervisor and seek further guidance.

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