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I know Pakistan is a conservative country where dating before marriage isn't normal. However , our families were OK about us going out before getting married because we both have been divorced before and they wanted this to be completely our decision. Question... if we submit pictures holding hands , may the CO question why we were so close before marriage?

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Actually..my visa type is spouse...but according to my experience they usually notice the culture....one of my friend had interview last month and they require him the photo album...the interviewer were english man bcz my friend opted for english interview...so in summary when interviewer saw the pix he asked his colleague is that type of marriages happened in this specific area of this country....bcz in punjab...sindh...Bolochistan peoples wear a little bit different in marriages......so better not to send pix of picking hands with eachothers....

  • Consulate : Islamabad, Pakistan

  • Marriage: 03-01-2014

I-130 Sent : 04-21-2014

I-130 Received at USCIS : 04-23-2014

I-130 NOA1 (Hardcopy) : 04-27-2014

(Waiting Period Started) :clock:

I-130 NOA2 (Hardcopy) : 09-12-2014 :wow:

Case sent to NVC by USCIS : 09-23-2014

NVC Case Received : 10-07-2014

Case Number Received : 10-27-2014 :idea:

Completed DS-261,Paid AOS Fee : 11-05-2014

AOS Fee Showing Paid : 11-08-2014

IV Fee Generated and Paid : 11-11-2014

IV Fee showing Paid : 11-14-2014

Completed DS-260 : 11-15-2014

(Searching for Joint Sponsor) :clock:

AOS & IV Package sent : 01-20-2015

NVC Received AOS and IV Packages : 01-22-2015

(60 Days waiting period starts)

Case sent for supervisor review : 04-03-2015

(Due to no response till 70 days)

Case Completed at NVC: 04-09-2015 :dancing:

(After only 7 days in supervisor review)

Interview Scheduled: 04-28-2015

(Confirmed by Phone call to NVC)

(P4) Interview Letter : 04-29-2015

Status showed "In Transit" : 05-13-2015

Status showed "Ready" : 05-14-2015

Medical : 05-20-2015 (Alhamdulilah Went well)

Interview: 06-09-2015 (Alhamdulilah Approved)

worldwide Technical problem in visa printing : 06-09-2015

Visa Issued : 07-01-2015 :energy:(Alhamdulilah)

Visa in Hand : 07-04-2015 (Islamabad Amex)(Alhamdulilah)

POE at Chicago : 07-23-2015

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