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2 minutes ago, usaco10 said:

Hello everyone, I'm a beneficiary from Colombia and I've a question. My petitioner should go to the interview in his country? I know that I'd attend my interview in Colombia, but what about him?
Thanks in advance.

Petitioner doesn't get an interview, just the beneficiary.

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10 hours ago, C90 said:

Petitioner doesn't get an interview, just the beneficiary.

Depends on the consulate. In Vietnam it is preferred that the petitioner attends the interview. 

 

I cannot speak for Colombia though. 

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Just now, Luon7951 said:

Depends on the consulate. In Vietnam it is preferred that the petitioner attends the interview. 

 

I cannot speak for Colombia though. 

You did not address her question which was

 

10 hours ago, usaco10 said:

My petitioner should go to the interview in his country?

 

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10 minutes ago, Paul & Marina said:

You did not address her question which was

 

 

I responded to C90 who said 'Petitioner doesn't get an interview, just the beneficiary.' 

 

This may be incorrect information so I just wanted the OP to be aware. 

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1 hour ago, Luon7951 said:

I responded to C90 who said 'Petitioner doesn't get an interview, just the beneficiary.' 

 

This may be incorrect information so I just wanted the OP to be aware. 

Attending an interview and getting one is two different things.

The question was: My petitioner should go to the interview in his country? The answer is no, the USC does not get an interview in the US, where the beneficiary does get an interview in his/her home country. If the petitioner has to/can attend is a different question, but she didn't ask that.

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