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Mumbai Interview June 28th - possible delay for new visa policy DS-5355?

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Hello everyone!

According to the new policy

https://www.huffpost.com/entry/visa-social-media-state-department_n_5cf4898ce4b0e8085e3bfde1

New questions related to social media, phone numbers, email addresses phone numbers for the last 5 years now being asked.

 

However we have a spouse visa interview on June 28th in Mumbai India for my wife. 

When we filled out our DS-260 in February we were never asked this new information.

 

Will they ask this information at the interview? 

Will this delay the visa approval? 

Does anyone have any experience whether all applicants are being asked this even if they applied before the new policy went into effect? 

 

I am traveling to India to be with my wife during the interview and hopefully travel back to the States with her visa. 

 

Thank you everyone in the community!

 

 

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