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Hello,

I had my K1 interview in Frankfurt. It is really quick and it's basically done by a clerk through a window.

To be honest, I don't really see the point of bringing my spouse to something like that. 


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25 minutes ago, Love To Teach said:

Is a spouse allowed to go with her husband to his interview in Germany?

 

I want to emphasise that mine was the K1, maybe your is different but chances are that it is exactly the same format.


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21 hours ago, Love To Teach said:

Is a spouse allowed to go with her husband to his interview in Germany?

I have no personal experience, but I've read reports about people wo did DCF bringing their American spouses to the interview.  No problem.  Still it's best to ask the consulate directly.  I emailed them a few times, and they always replied within a few days. 

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23 hours ago, Vengatore said:

Hello,

I had my K1 interview in Frankfurt. It is really quick and it's basically done by a clerk through a window.

To be honest, I don't really see the point of bringing my spouse to something like that. 

Luckily, you've never been involved in an "interview"/verbal assault at the Islamabad Embassy. I envy you!

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12 hours ago, Love To Teach said:

Luckily, you've never been involved in an "interview"/verbal assault at the Islamabad Embassy. I envy you!

Dammn... I'm sorry.. Wft is wrong with that people?? 


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Visa received : 11 July 2016

 

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NOA1 received: 03 February 2017
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Biometrics passed: 08 Februay 2017 (walk-in)
EAD status updated to "New Card Is Being Produced": 01 May 2017
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EAD mailed: 04 May 2017

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6 hours ago, Vengatore said:

Dammn... I'm sorry.. Wft is wrong with that people?? 

They get away with taking people into a little closed room with no recording and scream, yell, threaten, and insult them until the give in and either give up or write a coerced false confession. They have even threatened people with hanging. They get away with it because people are afraid to write formal complaints. The sad part is that the US Embassy hires locals to do the dirty work.

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11 minutes ago, Love To Teach said:

They get away with taking people into a little closed room with no recording and scream, yell, threaten, and insult them until the give in and either give up or write a coerced false confession. They have even threatened people with hanging. They get away with it because people are afraid to write formal complaints. The sad part is that the US Embassy hires locals to do the dirty work.

 

Wow.. What's the point?? Trying to make you confess something?? 


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Packet 3 received : 29 February 2016
Packet 3 sent : 28 April 2016
Packet 4 received : 06 May 2016
Interview date : 13 June 2016 (Result: Administrative Review, document needed)
Visa received : 11 July 2016

 

AOS

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US entry : 09 September 2016
I-94 downloaded: 27 September 2016

SS number requested: 28 September 2016
SS number established: 25 October 2016
Marriage ceremony: 02 December 2016
AOS sent to Chicago lockbox: 16 January 2017
Case accepted confirmation by email/sms: 27 January 2017
NOA1 received: 03 February 2017
Biometrics appointment letter received: 06 February 2017

Biometrics passed: 08 Februay 2017 (walk-in)
EAD status updated to "New Card Is Being Produced": 01 May 2017
NOA for EAD and AP received: 04 May 2017
EAD mailed: 04 May 2017

Combo Card in hand: 06 May 2017

I-485 status updated to "New Card Is Being Produced": 15 July 2017
NOA for Green Card received: 20 July 2017
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Biometrics passed: 02 August 2019

 

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On 8/6/2019 at 7:40 AM, Vengatore said:

 

Wow.. What's the point?? Trying to make you confess something?? 

Yes, my husband ended up writing a dictated coerced confession saying he was still married. He actually took what all they said as a threat to his family and kids. They told him he would never see the US. They said it as a threat, along with a lot of horrible stuff, calling him a liar, telling him he was a bad Muslim, that he was still married in the eyes of the Koran, making fun of me, saying that we paid someone to write our papers, shouting prayers in his face. All this is done while screaming in his face. His divorce papers were laying right there in the room, but he was so scared that he caved and wrote what they told him to write. It was planned...they had the paper laying there ready, no witnesses, no recording in a small closed door room. My husband is a very quiet, mild guy. I have never even heard him raise his voice. They used shame to terrorize him, as well as threatening and getting in his face. He wrote the paper to escape. Now he has all kinds of stress related health issues, but thank God, he is out of Pakistan and working in Dubai as a hotel manager. It's unreal that the US Embassy allows this, which goes against everything in their rules of being respectful during interviews. You have to realize that he lives in a police state. They can easily make you disappear, especially since they know all about you from the paperwork you file. We filed a formal complaint, but they do nothing. But we won't ever give up. He went to the high court with his ex and kids and neighbors and they all testified that he has been divorced for years. USCIS said too bad, you wrote that paper, Goodbye. We have refiled and won't stop.

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On 8/8/2019 at 7:37 AM, Love To Teach said:

Yes, my husband ended up writing a dictated coerced confession saying he was still married. He actually took what all they said as a threat to his family and kids. They told him he would never see the US. They said it as a threat, along with a lot of horrible stuff, calling him a liar, telling him he was a bad Muslim, that he was still married in the eyes of the Koran, making fun of me, saying that we paid someone to write our papers, shouting prayers in his face. All this is done while screaming in his face. His divorce papers were laying right there in the room, but he was so scared that he caved and wrote what they told him to write. It was planned...they had the paper laying there ready, no witnesses, no recording in a small closed door room. My husband is a very quiet, mild guy. I have never even heard him raise his voice. They used shame to terrorize him, as well as threatening and getting in his face. He wrote the paper to escape. Now he has all kinds of stress related health issues, but thank God, he is out of Pakistan and working in Dubai as a hotel manager. It's unreal that the US Embassy allows this, which goes against everything in their rules of being respectful during interviews. You have to realize that he lives in a police state. They can easily make you disappear, especially since they know all about you from the paperwork you file. We filed a formal complaint, but they do nothing. But we won't ever give up. He went to the high court with his ex and kids and neighbors and they all testified that he has been divorced for years. USCIS said too bad, you wrote that paper, Goodbye. We have refiled and won't stop.

That's unbelievable, please keep us posted. You should share this story with a journalist !! 


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I-129F sent : 30 November 2015
I-129F NOA1 : 16 December 2015
I-129F NOA2 : 02 February 2016
Packet 3 received : 29 February 2016
Packet 3 sent : 28 April 2016
Packet 4 received : 06 May 2016
Interview date : 13 June 2016 (Result: Administrative Review, document needed)
Visa received : 11 July 2016

 

AOS

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US entry : 09 September 2016
I-94 downloaded: 27 September 2016

SS number requested: 28 September 2016
SS number established: 25 October 2016
Marriage ceremony: 02 December 2016
AOS sent to Chicago lockbox: 16 January 2017
Case accepted confirmation by email/sms: 27 January 2017
NOA1 received: 03 February 2017
Biometrics appointment letter received: 06 February 2017

Biometrics passed: 08 Februay 2017 (walk-in)
EAD status updated to "New Card Is Being Produced": 01 May 2017
NOA for EAD and AP received: 04 May 2017
EAD mailed: 04 May 2017

Combo Card in hand: 06 May 2017

I-485 status updated to "New Card Is Being Produced": 15 July 2017
NOA for Green Card received: 20 July 2017
Green Card in hand: 21 July 2017

 

Removing Conditions

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Package sent: 20 June 2019
Package received: 25 June 2019
NOA1: 18-month extension: 28 June 2019
Check cashed electronically: 01 July 2019
NOA2: Biometrics appointment: 12 July 2019

Biometrics passed: 02 August 2019

 

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