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What to expect at the Visa interview?

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Got about 6 days left now until the interview, I've booked a hotel near the London embassy for the night before. I have all my documentation together - my interview is outside of out petition period so I have a letter from my partner saying we're both available. I've double checked the US Embassy website for anything we might need. 

Is there any tips people can give me? Or is it just a case of rolling with it at this point? I'm a little nervous but excited at the same time. 

Sorry if I posted in the wrong spot. wasn't sure if this should go here or procedures. 

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9 minutes ago, ChibiBeckyG said:

Got about 6 days left now until the interview, I've booked a hotel near the London embassy for the night before. I have all my documentation together - my interview is outside of out petition period so I have a letter from my partner saying we're both available. I've double checked the US Embassy website for anything we might need. 

Is there any tips people can give me? Or is it just a case of rolling with it at this point? I'm a little nervous but excited at the same time. 

Sorry if I posted in the wrong spot. wasn't sure if this should go here or procedures. 

 

There are reviews by country here on Visa Journey. Look for ones by K1 fiance's, not spouse visas. Many are very descriptive. https://www.visajourney.com/reviews/index.php?cnty=United+Kingdom&cty=&dfilter=5

 

Also there is a UK forum on here where people talk non-stop about before and after a London interview. 

https://www.visajourney.com/forums/forum/99-united-kingdom/

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I had mine in November and it was super smooth and the easiest part of the process up until that point. As long as you have all the documents and have a legit relationship then it will be a breeze. Most of the time in there for me was waiting at the front desk before you go to the elevator. The actual interview was less than 5 mins. Obviously everyone’s situation is different but you’ll be good I’m sure :) 

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