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Hello guys, 

I'm in K1 visa processing in step tranfer to NVC, they state if they've been accepted my document from USCIS on March 4th 2019 and during that time there's special agent from diplomatic security visit my fiance's friend. 

Is that normal for special agent visit during K1 visa  processing? 

Thank you 😊

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Not normal

 


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Not normal but definitely possible. Would be interested in what the visit was about. 

 

Update us if possible.


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1 hour ago, Tia Stephanie said:

Hello guys, 

I'm in K1 visa processing in step tranfer to NVC, they state if they've been accepted my document from USCIS on March 4th 2019 and during that time there's special agent from diplomatic security visit my fiance's friend. 

Is that normal for special agent visit during K1 visa  processing? 

Thank you 😊

Like said before, def not normal. Please keep us updated so we can use your knowledge if anyone else ever asks questions about this

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Not typical, but also not unheard of. It could be random. it could be because they suspect something. Nobody knows when they do it or what triggers an investigation.


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financee's friend?   USC?

why not the person involved?

Did the person show ID ?

i would say can happen but it would be Homeland Security not as you say diplomatic security

 

if a person can  not show proper ID  never answer questions 

 

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16 minutes ago, adil-rafa said:

financee's friend?   USC?

why not the person involved?

Did the person show ID ?

i would say can happen but it would be Homeland Security not as you say diplomatic security

 

if a person can  not show proper ID  never answer questions 

 

He left his business card and asked my fiance's friend to call

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1 hour ago, Unlockable said:

Not normal but definitely possible. Would be interested in what the visit was about. 

 

Update us if possible.

I also wondering, because the house was empty, he left his business card and asked them to call him if possible 

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4 minutes ago, SusieQQQ said:

Why the friend? Isn’t that type of thing (talking to friends and neighbors) usually to try confirm if the relationship is genuine? So strange that it would be diplomatic security?

i think like that, maybe they just want to verified about my relationship, but when i googling diplomatic security service also take care about visa.. Idk maybe i wrong

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