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I met my fiancé on an adult site, could this be a problem at the interview?

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Hello guys!

I met my USC fiancé on an adult site (with pornographical content) back in 2012. We clicked instantly and we have been together since more than 2 years. We wrote "met online" in the I-129F and that was fine, we got NOA2 with no hassle.

But what about the interview? What should I say when they ask where we met online? I'm so nervous about this. Btw I'm from a low fraud European VWP country.

Any advice is welcome.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Iran
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I would not worry too much about it, especially in low fraud country. They should not judge you for that and respect your honesty. You developed a relationship and that is what matters. Good luck!


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Hello guys!

I met my USC fiancé on an adult site (with pornographical content) back in 2012. We clicked instantly and we have been together since more than 2 years. We wrote "met online" in the I-129F and that was fine, we got NOA2 with no hassle.

But what about the interview? What should I say when they ask where we met online? I'm so nervous about this. Btw I'm from a low fraud European VWP country.

Any advice is welcome.

The process is to show that your relationship is legit regardless of how you met. If it is legit, it'll show. You'll be fine if that's the case.


I-129F Sent: 9-19-2014

I-129F Received: 9-23-2014

NOA1 - 9-26-2014

ARN Change Notification: 9-29-2014

NOA2 - 5-1-2015

Case sent to NVC - 5-11-2015

NVC Received - 5-19-2015

Medical/Immunizations - 6-3-2015

Interview Approved - 8-5-2015

POI: IAD 8-28-2015

SSN: 10-19-2015

Wedding: 10-24-2015

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I think you should just be able to say we met through an adult website and that's it... Online is online.

We all feel like our lives is under a magnifying glass and this can be very stressful, I pray to be sane at the end of this all..lol!

Good Luck!

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I would not worry too much about it, especially in low fraud country. They should not judge you for that and respect your honesty. You developed a relationship and that is what matters. Good luck!

Thank you! So you think it's the best to tell it straight forward if they ask where exactly we met?

I think you should just be able to say we met through an adult website and that's it... Online is online.

We all feel like our lives is under a magnifying glass and this can be very stressful, I pray to be sane at the end of this all..lol!

Good Luck!

Oh yes, I know this feeling too. And thank you! :) Edited by positivemind1

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Iran
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In low risk country a lot of times they do not ask for specifics, but if they do I would say dating website. I am assuming that what it was and it just happens to be pornographic. CO are not suppose to ask embarassing questions and you have right to meet whichever way. I am sure they will not go into details.


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I found my fiancee on a similar website. When I filed my I-129F petition, among the proof of a continuing relationship I included his profile page from the website and the original message I sent when contacting him. In the petition I replied to the question asking how we met by saying we met on a dating website. At our interview, the consulate official asked my fiance how we met, and when he replied through a website the offical asked the name. It was not an issue in our case, and my fiance's visa was approved.

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Don't call it a datiing website if it is not. You can say "We met online" and then provide whatever details the CO wants. Just look at him with a straight face. If he asks specifically if it is a porn website, just matter of factly reply YES. There is nothing illegal about meeting on a porn website,but plenty illegal about lying at the interview.

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