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Is it mandatory for me To go To the interview???

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In the Dominican Republic it is mandatory. We both had to attend.


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It all depends on the person interviewing I seen a few people that got approved on here and their significant other was not there. But it is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED for the other to attend. Dominican Republic is a high fraud country....That is why....

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It is encouraged that the Petitioner attend. In my case, I did not attend due to medical reasons, but I think my case was an "Exception not the Rule".

I would say you should go. Don't take any chances, GO!!!


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My fiance couldnt come , i went alone and i was approved.

Read my timeline.

My fiance couldnt come because he couldnt has time off from job, he sent a letter and i answered all questions.

I advise you that if you are dominican or dominican origen, come to the interview.

my fiance is pure american, no latin. You know that if the couple are both latin they have more suspicious about fraud.

But if your husband is prepare to answer all questions about you and your relationship, he will be fine.

But if you are latin then attend to the interview.

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Thanks for the response

I am American I was born in NYC but my parents are Hispanic my problem is I am a manager at my job and I don't have vacation until April not sure if my job will let me take days off for that so I'm super worried that because of my job and me not being able to go he gets denied

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Thanks for the response

I am American I was born in NYC but my parents are Hispanic my problem is I am a manager at my job and I don't have vacation until April not sure if my job will let me take days off for that so I'm super worried that because of my job and me not being able to go he gets denied

Well, i advise you come to the interview because your are origen latin.

My fiance isnt latin, his parents and grandparents all are american, you know when people are latin they think is fraud, because latin people make a lot of frauds helping friends to go to usa, so it is better for your origen come to the interview.

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