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My fiance is scheduled for a k1 interview in Casablanca in 2 weeks. We never received any packet in the mail, just an email from the consulate stating to bring birth certificate, police certificate and court certificate long with proof of relationship. Nothing else was told to us. I am wondering does he bring the money for the visa fee to the interview? I'm just confused because I've seen something online about bringing money to BMCI bank and then a deposit slip to the interview. Is the DS 160 fee different from the visa fee? Or am I confused? We filed the DS 160 online already and printed out the confirmation page but haven't paid any fee for it. Should we?? Also, the email we got stated all documents should be translated into English but after emailing the consulate someone answered me and said as long as the documents are in French they don't need to be translated. So I'm so confused with all this mixed information! Also if anyone else has interviewed in Casablanca recently please tell me what was required to bring! Thank You!!!

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