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What do you guys recommend to bring to the k1 visa interview at USEM (Philippines)?

 

We don't have a lot of photos together since we only had 2 short visits. The photos we had we sent in with the i129f.

 

We don't have a lot of chats because we facetime, but we have old chats and emails from when we first met.

 

The only thing we can think of are wedding plans, but since we're only doing a courthouse wedding with a few people, there wouldn't be a lot.

 

TIA!

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Affidavit of support, photos of you together, copy of the air ticket, hotel reservations, if you sent her money copy of western union, or  the service that you use.  They dont ask my wife, my fiance in that moment, about any chat. Luck!!

 

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2 hours ago, TXBill said:

What do you guys recommend to bring to the k1 visa interview at USEM (Philippines)?

 

We don't have a lot of photos together since we only had 2 short visits. The photos we had we sent in with the i129f.

 

We don't have a lot of chats because we facetime, but we have old chats and emails from when we first met.

 

The only thing we can think of are wedding plans, but since we're only doing a courthouse wedding with a few people, there wouldn't be a lot.

 

TIA!

 

Ah .. you showed up ..  

 

1st and foremost .. your fiancee should know YOU . about your work, where you life .. and even family.  Make sure to send a copy of the I-129F (form) that you completed for USCIS, the BIO page will have much of the information the CO will source some of his questions.  He will most likely ask where you met and what you did while in the Philippines.     Lots of pictures are not important, but do bring pictures, even if they are the same pictures you sent to USCIS.   Chat logs are vital, but do include what you have, you could have screen chats from your video chats.    

 

Majority of the time the CO has made 95% of his decision BEFORE your fiancee even walks up to his window.    The interview is normally 3-5 minutes.   Keep the answers to questions "short and sweet"  don't ramble.  Smile and look the CO in the eyes when speaking.     

 

Quite simply, if you and your fiancee have a genuine relationship and she KNOWS you .. the interview will be a breeze.

 

 

And of course have everything that is required from the embassy checklist  (STEP 5) .   Under the Required Documents tab here  >  https://www.visaconnection-philippines.com/us-embassy-usem.html

 

 

 

 

Edited by Hank_

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6 hours ago, Hank_ said:

 

Majority of the time the CO has made 95% of his decision BEFORE your fiancee even walks up to his window.  

 

 

How is this done?  Are interviewing CO's preassigned the files and reviewed the day before?  


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