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3 minutes ago, payxibka said:

Interviews in Manila are typically 5 minutes or less.  Your fiancee experienced nothing out of the ordinary 

Then, that’s good. Tells me we didn’t do anything to cause a red flag.  

10 minutes ago, Ed and Yana said:

Congratulations!! 

Thank you! 

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On 3/22/2019 at 4:27 PM, Dej3 said:

Hi! My fiancée just had her K1 interview at the US Embassy in Manila and was approved! 🙏👍

Her interview lasted less than five minutes, and she was only asked one question that dealt with our relationship... that was “what is the name of your fiancee,” I believe. She carried a loaded expandable file we spent weeks putting together, but they only asked for one document — my W2. All I can say is putting the extra work into the I-129 petition was well worth it. I did more than necessary... included plenty of proof of relationship and meeting, and we were very detailed in writing our letters of intent to marry. My fiancée my completeness of what I sent as a big reason it went so easily. Thanks for the advice from others here who told me what she would and wouldn’t need in terms of proof of my income. I’m so thankful, elated, and excited. 😊

It's always worth it to be prepared, congratulation it must be one of the happiest moments in you life:) 

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On 3/22/2019 at 10:27 PM, Dej3 said:

Hi! My fiancée just had her K1 interview at the US Embassy in Manila and was approved! 🙏👍

Her interview lasted less than five minutes, and she was only asked one question that dealt with our relationship... that was “what is the name of your fiancee,” I believe. She carried a loaded expandable file we spent weeks putting together, but they only asked for one document — my W2. All I can say is putting the extra work into the I-129 petition was well worth it. I did more than necessary... included plenty of proof of relationship and meeting, and we were very detailed in writing our letters of intent to marry. My fiancée my completeness of what I sent as a big reason it went so easily. Thanks for the advice from others here who told me what she would and wouldn’t need in terms of proof of my income. I’m so thankful, elated, and excited. 😊

Congratulations! 

 

My fiance just had her interview March 14 and it went the same way she said they did not ask for any documents and was interviewed far shorter than the others she saw around her. She is supposed to receive her visa today from 2go. It took them 7 days after the interview for them to put it into "issued" status. So hopefully you receive yours faster.

 

I'm not sure if you have your CFO scheduled but if not I would schedule it immediately because the earliest date is April 16 in Manila last I checked about 2 days ago and I checked all 4.

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