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What is the purpose of your visit?

When and how long for?

What other countries have you travelled to?

How long have you been living in your resident country?

Do you own property?

Who do you live with?

Do you have family here?

What job do you do?

What does your job actually involve doing?

What is your salary?

Thats the ones I can remember being asked couple months ago...

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Filed: Country: Philippines
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What is the purpose of your visit?

When and how long for?

What other countries have you travelled to?

How long have you been living in your resident country?

Do you own property?

Who do you live with?

Do you have family here?

What job do you do?

What does your job actually involve doing?

What is your salary?

Thats the ones I can remember being asked couple months ago...

That's a lot of questions at one interview! Were you successful?

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That's a lot of questions at one interview! Were you successful?

There were a couple more I forgot about - length of time with employer, have I visited the US before.

Yep 10 year b1/b2 visa granted, took about 3 mins total for the interview after waiting nearly 3 hours...!

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They interrogate different questions from you. Like what is the purpose of your visit? How long you will stay? Do you have any relative here or not? What kind of job you are doing? How much you are earning? And many other questions. So prepare yourself and then go for an interview.

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Filed: Country: Philippines
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There were a couple more I forgot about - length of time with employer, have I visited the US before.

Yep 10 year b1/b2 visa granted, took about 3 mins total for the interview after waiting nearly 3 hours...!

Congratulations! Thanks for writing back to let us know you were successful. Which embassy did the interview take place?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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My wife was asked 3 questions before she was denied:

1. How old are you?

2. Have you ever been to any other countries?

3. Are you married?

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How to process a tourist visa in the Philippines? My dad was granted 10 yrs immigrant green card 2 yrs ago but he returned to Philippines, now he wants to come back, I am planning for him to apply tourist visa, what process to I need or he needs to fill up? Thanks

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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This is back in 2004. Mexico City. I literally got diarrhea before I walked in the consulate because I was so nervous... and because I did have a bf at the time that I would visit... but I would never overstay.

This is how it went:

-How old are you?

>XX

-What are you studying?

>XXX (4 yr college in public univ).. one semester more and I graduate

-Can I see your transcripts?.. wow, great grades.

>Thank you I love school and I also love languages.

-Let me see your passport. Hmm.. I see you have a Canadian entry.

>Yes my sister paid for a trip to Canada when I finished high school because I had good grades.

-Purpose of visit?

>Steelers game

-Who's paying for the trip?

>My brother (slide brother and sister in law b2 visas tru the window)

-Do you have the tickets for the game?

>No

-CO frowned, "noooo?"

>I said.. No, no tickets until/if I get approved

-Have fun at the game!

>Wait a min.. am I approved?

-Yes! You will get your visa in a couple weeks.. go to the next window and select courier

That was it.. no income or financial info questions.


:yes:Intelligence trumps muscle... Imagination trumps both! :yes:

IR-1/CR-1 Visa
Service Center : Nebraska Service Center
Consulate : Cd. Juarez, Mexico
Met: January, 2006 :D
Marriage (if applicable): 2012-10-26 (L)
I-130 Sent : 2014-08-01
I-130 NOA1 : 2014-08-04

I-130 NOA2 : 2015-05-14

Shipped to DoS: 2015-05-22

Received at NVC: 2015-06-01

Case Created at NVC: 2015-06-10 (from Julian Date calculation)

AOS and IV Fee Invoiced: 2015-06-11
AOS and IV Fee Paid: Website down as of 06-15... Just waiting...
AOS and IV Fee Paid: 2015-07-05 CEAC site finally UP! :dancing:

AOS and Civil Docs received at NVC: 2015-10-13

NVC checklist for obsolete i864: 2015-11-25

Submit updated i864: ?????? when my lawyer desires... :clock:
Submit updated i864: Did NOT wait for lawywer. Did it myself 2015-12-10
NVC received reply to checklist i864: 2015-12-10 (yes.. same day O.O)

NVC case completed: 2016-01-07
NVC assigned interview date: 2016-01-23
Interview at CJS consulate: 2016-03-30

Visa "Issued": 2016-04-05
Entered the US: 2016-04-27

SSN Arrived: 2016-05-07 ... wow TEN days!

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N-400

Filed Online: 2020-06-30

NOA: 2020-07-01

Biometrics Letter: Waiting...:dancing:
Interview Date: ????

Oath:

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