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Hi all,

 

I thought it worth sharing one or two things from my interview on Friday. I won't go into too much detail as there have been a number of good write-ups on here lately, but it goes without saying that if you have any questions then I am happy to answer them.

 

My interview was scheduled for 10.30, so i got to the embassy for 10. I was guided to the red kiosk outside (visa services) where they told me to join the queue. 5 minutes later, the "10.30's" were called through. After passing through security, I was presented with the blue and red queues. Having read a number of experiences on this forum, I followed the advice and went through the blue line (Citizen services). However, when I went through the door both points and reception were occupied, and there was a sign saying "Citizen services reception 2nd floor". At this point i was a little confused so i defaulted to join the back of the red line (Visa services) which was quite long and didn't move at all in 15 minutes. At around 10.20 a man came out and called a list of names, of which mine was one, and i was told to follow him and jump right to the front of the queue to check in. That whole part of the day was a little strange I have to admit.

 

I then preceded to the first floor, turned left and left again and went through the same motions as everyone else on here. You have to visit two different windows, the first to hand over a number of documents and do fingerprints. The second, to be asked questions. I was asked about how we met, what my fiance did, where we plan to live, what i plan to do there, whether i like New Jersey or not. 

 

The man behind the window then typed for a short while and told me i was approved. He did say "usually there are some additional checks to be done but everything with your case has been completed". 

 

Hope this helps someone!

 

James

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7 minutes ago, brackpool13 said:

Hi all,

 

I thought it worth sharing one or two things from my interview on Friday. I won't go into too much detail as there have been a number of good write-ups on here lately, but it goes without saying that if you have any questions then I am happy to answer them.

 

My interview was scheduled for 10.30, so i got to the embassy for 10. I was guided to the red kiosk outside (visa services) where they told me to join the queue. 5 minutes later, the "10.30's" were called through. After passing through security, I was presented with the blue and red queues. Having read a number of experiences on this forum, I followed the advice and went through the blue line (Citizen services). However, when I went through the door both points and reception were occupied, and there was a sign saying "Citizen services reception 2nd floor". At this point i was a little confused so i defaulted to join the back of the red line (Visa services) which was quite long and didn't move at all in 15 minutes. At around 10.20 a man came out and called a list of names, of which mine was one, and i was told to follow him and jump right to the front of the queue to check in. That whole part of the day was a little strange I have to admit.

 

I then preceded to the first floor, turned left and left again and went through the same motions as everyone else on here. You have to visit two different windows, the first to hand over a number of documents and do fingerprints. The second, to be asked questions. I was asked about how we met, what my fiance did, where we plan to live, what i plan to do there, whether i like New Jersey or not. 

 

The man behind the window then typed for a short while and told me i was approved. He did say "usually there are some additional checks to be done but everything with your case has been completed". 

 

Hope this helps someone!

 

James

Congratulations James! 🎉🎊🎉🎊

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