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Hello,
My wife is going for interview in three days. She is working on H-4 EAD in another state and has a full time job there. I wanted to ask about the following questions and what is the best possible way to answer them

on DS 160 we have mentioned about her current employer and her address ( she lives in a different state than mine )

1) You have applied for L-1B visa recently why are you applying for H-4 now?

2) What were you doing in USA prior to this travel?

3) Why does your husband live in TX and you in CA?

4) What are your plans after going to USA

Please let me know what is the best way to answer this so that the visa process goes smoothly.

Thank you

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19 hours ago, nickyoung said:

Hello,
My wife is going for interview in three days. She is working on H-4 EAD in another state and has a full time job there. I wanted to ask about the following questions and what is the best possible way to answer them

on DS 160 we have mentioned about her current employer and her address ( she lives in a different state than mine )

1) You have applied for L-1B visa recently why are you applying for H-4 now?

2) What were you doing in USA prior to this travel?

3) Why does your husband live in TX and you in CA?

4) What are your plans after going to USA

Please let me know what is the best way to answer this so that the visa process goes smoothly.

Thank you

The best way to answer is with the truth, which you and your wife know and we don’t.

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4 hours ago, SusieQQQ said:

The best way to answer is with the truth, which you and your wife know and we don’t.

Thanks for the reply. She is currently working in CA so we are thinking to tell them that she will go back to her job when she comes to USA. But will that raise concerns? Because I am not able to find the VI experiences that were given by spouse when they were on h-4 EAD

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4 hours ago, nickyoung said:

Thanks for the reply. She is currently working in CA so we are thinking to tell them that she will go back to her job when she comes to USA. But will that raise concerns? Because I am not able to find the VI experiences that were given by spouse when they were on h-4 EAD

Irrespective of any potential concerns, if the bolded above is her plan, than that's what she answers if questioned on that topic. The CO would be aware of her recent L1-b attempt that was denied. 

 

Indian nationals shouldn't be asking what's the best answer (which happens a lot here); they simply need to be truthful. 


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10/16/2017.......... ROC package mailed

10/18/2017.......... I-751 package received VSC

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10/30/2017.......... Notice received in mail

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