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George Judea

HELP!! Interview Scheduled After Expiration Of I-797

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Hello all! 

Please my fiancé just scheduled his interview a few days ago and his interview date is 29 October but the I-797 expires on 17 October..but 29 October was the earliest date that they had available per the visa we are applying for..HOW and WILL this affect us??

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They will automatically extend it . You need to relax and start preparing for the interview . There is a lot involved here and specific things the consulates are looking for . I have help a lot of people and all of them were approved . The bad thing is that immediately they are approved . They will stop communicating with me because they have got what they want but I help them because I want to establish friendship 

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