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 Hello,

 

 How's the interview when you arrive with a K1 visa?  Do you need proofs beside the sealed envelope (at the embassy interview, i got back all the photos and plane tickets and so on ) ?

 

 Thx!

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It isn't too involved.  They ask where you are going to live, petitioner's name and info and remind you to get married in 90 days.


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6 minutes ago, walter99 said:

 Hello,

 

 How's the interview when you arrive with a K1 visa?  Do you need proofs beside the sealed envelope (at the embassy interview, i got back all the photos and plane tickets and so on ) ?

 

 Thx!

Its more a normal entry questions and some reminders on how the k1 works 


YMMV

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15 minutes ago, walter99 said:

 Hello,

 

 How's the interview when you arrive with a K1 visa?  Do you need proofs beside the sealed envelope (at the embassy interview, i got back all the photos and plane tickets and so on ) ?

 

 Thx!

I would encourage you to become acquainted with all of the great information freely available on this site, including the Point of Entry (POE) reviews, easily accessible at the top of the forum page by clicking on the "Office Reviews and Info" tab. If previous members have seen fit to leave a review of your intended Customs and Border Protection POE, it will be posted there. 

 

This site works best if all members provide information about their particular immigration journey, including their visa timeline. One of the best ways to truly say "Thx!" for access to this information is to :time:It helps everyone that uses and get info from the forums.

 

Thx! :thumbs:


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