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Green paper and another interview, El salvador

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: El Salvador
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Hi everyone here!

So my fiancé had her interview today. Didn't go as we planned I guess. She was asked how long we've known each other, when did I visited, when did I proposed and why did we decided to get marry in the US rather then El Salvador.

At the end of the interview she was given two papers. One green requesting copies of my passport ( they already had them) and the ORIGINAL divorce decree for me and not a copy. The other paper was white with an email requesting us to email them and request another interview that Both of us need to attend.

Has anyone had any experience like this?

My instinct is that they might think that I got divorced ( requested green card for ex) but that was in 2004, separated in 2010 and divorce was final 2013

I'm sending her copies of my passport plus the original divorce decree that has the court seal tomorrow morning.

When do you guys think I will be having the second interview? I have to plan it with work, son school. Etc..

Thanks for any help

Efrain


129F Sent : 2016-04-29

I-129F NOA1 : 2016-05-05

I-129F NOA2 text approval : 2016-07-18

Waiting game......

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina
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Hi Efrain,

This is not uncommon and, evidently, the embassy has some sort of reservation; which is why they are asking for these documents and for you to be present. No one here would be able to tell you when the 2nd interview will be and their instructions are clear: email them to set up a new appointment.

You will definitely need to take time to go for it.

Gather what you are being asked for, email them, get new interview date, attend interview. That is all.

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