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Interview! (What do they want?)

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Yay!! Hubby and I finally have our interview date!!

Now, here comes the questions haha!

In our letter from the NVC, there is a list of documents, each with a Alphabetic code beside them corelating to a key on another page.

This is all pretty straightforward, except for one:

Document name: F- Financial Evidence Document Status: S- The NVC only recieved a scanned document. You must present the original document at the time of the interview.

What exactly do they want to see? My American husbands tax records from 2013? (2014 docs not yet available, likely wont be before the interview) my bank account statements? I believe that was all we submitted electronically... Any insite or tips would be most appreciated!!!

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Bring the tax transcripts to interview you will be fine. If transcript not available than bring what you submitted to IRS. ALL of it.

They are just asking you what you copied to them bring that original to interview.

By the way Congratulations on the Interview date. Have some Canadians on the Interview thread waiting. When did you find out the interview date? I have added you to the spreadsheet. Come on over to the Interview thread.

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/543013-may-2015-interviews/page-59

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Bring the tax transcripts to interview you will be fine. If transcript not available than bring what you submitted to IRS. ALL of it.

They are just asking you what you copied to them bring that original to interview.

By the way Congratulations on the Interview date. Have some Canadians on the Interview thread waiting. When did you find out the interview date? I have added you to the spreadsheet. Come on over to the Interview thread.

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/543013-may-2015-interviews/page-59

Thank you for your reply and congratulations! :)

We found out yesterday afternoon... interview is now less than 2 weeks away!

-Laua

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