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Visa Interview of kids/young adults

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Hello!

has someone experiences with interviews for the immigration visa for kids? Kids/young adults are 20,18,14,12 and will be interviewed next week for getting an immigration visa. All of them are super nervous and don’t know what to expect. They’re immigrating with us parents/step-parent. 

I’ve had my interview already, it was more focused to find out if me and my husband got married  for love and not for green card but the kids come to the US because we’re leaving there as a family. 

We have no idea what to expect and what they might ask them 

Any help is appreciated!

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The two older ones are adults, not kids or “young adults”. Nevertheless a family visa like this is normally just about showing the family relationship exists so no need for them to be nervous. There are no “wrong” answers as long as birth certificates etc are all in order.

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4 hours ago, msmarie0 said:

I was wondering the same thing... my stepdaughters interview is on 9/13, and she's only 7. very interested to find out how they interview a child. 

We had our interviews today. It wasn’t that tragic. They asked things about mom/stepdad, where we met, how long we are together, who’s cooking at home, what vacation we all went on. My youngest is 12 and we as parents had to take the oath for her and she wasn’t asked very much

 

we got approved :)

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1 minute ago, msmarie0 said:

yay!!! that is awesome!!! congrats!!! 

and thank you for the inside info so at least we know what to look forward to! 

 

You’re welcome! Good luck to you too! 🙂

 

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On 8/27/2019 at 3:11 PM, hashtagme said:

We had our interviews today. It wasn’t that tragic. They asked things about mom/stepdad, where we met, how long we are together, who’s cooking at home, what vacation we all went on. My youngest is 12 and we as parents had to take the oath for her and she wasn’t asked very much

 

we got approved :)

Hi do you know if it would cause a problem if the Dad who is in Jamaica takes the child he is 9. The step dad filed for him but unable to come. 

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