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I'd like to get people's thoughts on whether or not I should plan on going to my fiancé's interview in Bogota. We aren't scheduled yet, but we have NOA2 so I know the interview is coming in the next couple of months. This whole process is very terrible and I'd hate for us to get denied because I didn't fly to Colombia to attend the interview. What does everyone think? Is it helpful to attend or does it add no value?

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Welcome to the forum.

If you can be in the area, go.

Here is a similar-themed thread: http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/437550-can-i-attend-my-fiances-k-1-visa-interview-at-us-embassy-in-jakarta/

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Thailand
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I'd like to get people's thoughts on whether or not I should plan on going to my fiancé's interview in Bogota. We aren't scheduled yet, but we have NOA2 so I know the interview is coming in the next couple of months. This whole process is very terrible and I'd hate for us to get denied because I didn't fly to Colombia to attend the interview. What does everyone think? Is it helpful to attend or does it add no value?

First find out if you are even allowed at the actual interview. Your presence there wont affect the outcome but may help your partner with moral support. Nothing to really worry about as long as you docs are correct.

The process seems terrible because we have no need to understand it until it means everything to us then it becomes paramount.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Colombia
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Hi!

My partner and I have our appointment later this month at the embassy in Bogota. According to their website, both parties can come but from what we've heard it is not neccesary for both of you to be there.

Check out their FAQ: http://bogota.usembassy.gov/immigrant_visas/frequently-asked-questions.html



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Hi!

My partner and I have our appointment later this month at the embassy in Bogota. According to their website, both parties can come but from what we've heard it is not neccesary for both of you to be there.

Check out their FAQ: http://bogota.usembassy.gov/immigrant_visas/frequently-asked-questions.html

Thanks guys for the info. Good luck with your interview this month! Let us know how it goes.

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