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Hello VJ family, my interview comes up next week, want to know if a photo album of 40pages is necessary or too much, plus I have a photo album o my child from birth to present age. Can someone from Nigeria share there experience . I am wondering if the album gets in through the glass in between the VO and myself ? Any advice . I am prepared for the day . Any tips or advice would be appreciated , God bless

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22 hours ago, Ola&Adunni said:

Hello VJ family, my interview comes up next week, want to know if a photo album of 40pages is necessary or too much, plus I have a photo album o my child from birth to present age. Can someone from Nigeria share there experience . I am wondering if the album gets in through the glass in between the VO and myself ? Any advice . I am prepared for the day . Any tips or advice would be appreciated , God bless

@Ola&Adunni 

Yes, you can go with the photo album you have. But remember that the CO may or may not ask for it.

They already would have gone through the initial pictures/photographs and documents you submitted with your application, before your interview day.

All the best!

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22 hours ago, Ola&Adunni said:

Hello VJ family, my interview comes up next week, want to know if a photo album of 40pages is necessary or too much, plus I have a photo album o my child from birth to present age. Can someone from Nigeria share there experience . I am wondering if the album gets in through the glass in between the VO and myself ? Any advice . I am prepared for the day . Any tips or advice would be appreciated , God bless

@Ola&Adunni

 

Also, make sure you remember all the info you filled in your application, look the CO in the eyes while answering questions, smile & be very confident.

Best!

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8 hours ago, Total500 said:

@Ola&Adunni 

Yes, you can go with the photo album you have. But remember that the CO may or may not ask for it.

They already would have gone through the initial pictures/photographs and documents you submitted with your application, before your interview day.

All the best!

Thank you so much, I’ll make you all proud . It’s a success . Amen

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They have all the pictures you submitted for  I-129F among other documents , most of which will be returned to you when they are processing you for your fingerprints which is the procedure before your actual interview (if you're lucky enough, you will have few people before you which will  give  you plenty of time to check the docs returned to you in case you need to remember any extra info you've filled before).

 

Romantic pics and sweet memories you've shared with your partner in between the time you submitted the I-129F and the day of your interview helps. If you have shared your moments on Facebook , screenshot and print them off too.The C.O won't ask to see all your hundreds of pics , it's your choice to set aside the special ones ,like 10 of them and give it to the C.O.please if you can print it with dates on it, cool.You can easily achieve that if most of your pics were take on an IPhone which automatically has dates and location on each pic.Just carefully screenshot them with dates and location and print them on A4 or glossy papers.If those details are not available, that's fine.

 

Possible questions you are required to prepare for :

 

The C.O sometimes starts with - Who is filing for you .It's another way of asking the full name of your partner as it's in the applications.

 

*Tell me about your partner ? Not his or her age or name but about the character and personalities

 

*What do you have in common? Movies ,sport , whatever .If it's a movie mention a popular movie or tv series which the C.O can relate with (Game of Thrones is one, everyone knows that ) Do your research .

 

*When was the last time you met physically ? I hope you guys have met again after you applied ?  It helps , if not, it's ok.

 

*Where does your partner live in the US? Please be short and precise on that . I suggest you go through all these questionnaires with your partner via video call.

 

*What kind of building does he or she live ? House or apartment? Make sure you know that 

 

*Who does he or she live with ? It's key because they're trying to determine if he or she will have someone else to cater for and if there will be privacy for both of you .

 

*What does he or she do for work ? You should know that 

 

*When are you planning to get married when you get to the US and where ? I suggest you tell the C.O  you have a plan to get married within  a month of your arrival.Ask your partner  to ascertain the nearest court house to him or her where marriage is being conducted .Have the address of the place and possibly your partner should confirm the process and how long it takes to get married at the court house.

 

Dont panic . The good thing about immigrant visa application interview is that the C.O will give you time to answer your questions.Some people would be asked just 3 questions and some will be asked 7-8.

 

Please make sure you submit his or her TAX TRANCRIPTS o! because the people who are supposed to process your finger prints and take your supporting documents (their naija staff) forgets at times .I had to go back to the lady after 20minutes of submitting other docs to her when I realized everyone before me submitted the tax transcripts  but I was never asked.Always show them what you bring to the embassy and let them choose what they need to have with them .THE  TAX TRANSCRIPTS  SHOULD BE REQUESTED FOR.

 

If you've traveled together and you can find the flight/ bus tickets and other receipts, good.If not, no wahala.

 

Godspeed!

They have all the pictures you submitted for  I-129F among other documents , most of which will be returned to you when they are processing you for your fingerprints which is the procedure before your actual interview (if you're lucky enough, you will have few people before you which will  give  you plenty of time to check the docs returned to you in case you need to remember any extra info you've filled before).

 

Romantic pics and sweet memories you've shared with your partner in between the time you submitted the I-129F and the day of your interview helps. If you have shared your moments on Facebook , screenshot and print them off too.The C.O won't ask to see all your hundreds of pics , it's your choice to set aside the special ones ,like 10 of them and give it to the C.O.please if you can print it with dates on it, cool.You can easily achieve that if most of your pics were take on an IPhone which automatically has dates and location on each pic.Just carefully screenshot them with dates and location and print them on A4 or glossy papers.If those details are not available, that's fine.

 

Possible questions you are required to prepare for :

 

The C.O sometimes starts with - Who is filing for you .It's another way of asking the full name of your partner as it's in the applications.

 

*Tell me about your partner ? Not his or her age or name but about the character and personalities

 

*What do you have in common? Movies ,sport , whatever .If it's a movie mention a popular movie or tv series which the C.O can relate with (Game of Thrones is one, everyone knows that ) Do your research .

 

*When was the last time you met physically ? I hope you guys have met again after you applied ?  It helps , if not, it's ok.

 

*Where does your partner live in the US? Please be short and precise on that . I suggest you go through all these questionnaires with your partner via video call.

 

*What kind of building does he or she live ? House or apartment? Make sure you know that 

 

*Who does he or she live with ? It's key because they're trying to determine if he or she will have someone else to cater for and if there will be privacy for both of you .

 

*What does he or she do for work ? You should know that 

 

*When are you planning to get married when you get to the US and where ? I suggest you tell the C.O  you have a plan to get married within  a month of your arrival.Ask your partner  to ascertain the nearest court house to him or her where marriage is being conducted .Have the address of the place and possibly your partner should confirm the process and how long it takes to get married at the court house.

 

Dont panic . The good thing about immigrant visa application interview is that the C.O will give you time to answer your questions.Some people would be asked just 3 questions and some will be asked 7-8.

 

Please make sure you submit his or her TAX TRANCRIPTS o! because the people who are supposed to process your finger prints and take your supporting documents (their naija staff) forgets at times .I had to go back to the lady after 20minutes of submitting other docs to her when I realized everyone before me submitted the tax transcripts  but I was never asked.Always show them what you bring to the embassy and let them choose what they need to have with them .THE  TAX TRANSCRIPTS  SHOULD BE REQUESTED FOR.

 

If you've traveled together and you can find the flight/ bus tickets and other receipts, good.If not, no wahala.

 

Godspeed!

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1 hour ago, CharleneB said:

They have all the pictures you submitted for  I-129F among other documents , most of which will be returned to you when they are processing you for your fingerprints which is the procedure before your actual interview (if you're lucky enough, you will have few people before you which will  give  you plenty of time to check the docs returned to you in case you need to remember any extra info you've filled before).

 

Romantic pics and sweet memories you've shared with your partner in between the time you submitted the I-129F and the day of your interview helps. If you have shared your moments on Facebook , screenshot and print them off too.The C.O won't ask to see all your hundreds of pics , it's your choice to set aside the special ones ,like 10 of them and give it to the C.O.please if you can print it with dates on it, cool.You can easily achieve that if most of your pics were take on an IPhone which automatically has dates and location on each pic.Just carefully screenshot them with dates and location and print them on A4 or glossy papers.If those details are not available, that's fine.

 

Possible questions you are required to prepare for :

 

The C.O sometimes starts with - Who is filing for you .It's another way of asking the full name of your partner as it's in the applications.

 

*Tell me about your partner ? Not his or her age or name but about the character and personalities

 

*What do you have in common? Movies ,sport , whatever .If it's a movie mention a popular movie or tv series which the C.O can relate with (Game of Thrones is one, everyone knows that ) Do your research .

 

*When was the last time you met physically ? I hope you guys have met again after you applied ?  It helps , if not, it's ok.

 

*Where does your partner live in the US? Please be short and precise on that . I suggest you go through all these questionnaires with your partner via video call.

 

*What kind of building does he or she live ? House or apartment? Make sure you know that 

 

*Who does he or she live with ? It's key because they're trying to determine if he or she will have someone else to cater for and if there will be privacy for both of you .

 

*What does he or she do for work ? You should know that 

 

*When are you planning to get married when you get to the US and where ? I suggest you tell the C.O  you have a plan to get married within  a month of your arrival.Ask your partner  to ascertain the nearest court house to him or her where marriage is being conducted .Have the address of the place and possibly your partner should confirm the process and how long it takes to get married at the court house.

 

Dont panic . The good thing about immigrant visa application interview is that the C.O will give you time to answer your questions.Some people would be asked just 3 questions and some will be asked 7-8.

 

Please make sure you submit his or her TAX TRANCRIPTS o! because the people who are supposed to process your finger prints and take your supporting documents (their naija staff) forgets at times .I had to go back to the lady after 20minutes of submitting other docs to her when I realized everyone before me submitted the tax transcripts  but I was never asked.Always show them what you bring to the embassy and let them choose what they need to have with them .THE  TAX TRANSCRIPTS  SHOULD BE REQUESTED FOR.

 

If you've traveled together and you can find the flight/ bus tickets and other receipts, good.If not, no wahala.

 

Godspeed!

They have all the pictures you submitted for  I-129F among other documents , most of which will be returned to you when they are processing you for your fingerprints which is the procedure before your actual interview (if you're lucky enough, you will have few people before you which will  give  you plenty of time to check the docs returned to you in case you need to remember any extra info you've filled before).

 

Romantic pics and sweet memories you've shared with your partner in between the time you submitted the I-129F and the day of your interview helps. If you have shared your moments on Facebook , screenshot and print them off too.The C.O won't ask to see all your hundreds of pics , it's your choice to set aside the special ones ,like 10 of them and give it to the C.O.please if you can print it with dates on it, cool.You can easily achieve that if most of your pics were take on an IPhone which automatically has dates and location on each pic.Just carefully screenshot them with dates and location and print them on A4 or glossy papers.If those details are not available, that's fine.

 

Possible questions you are required to prepare for :

 

The C.O sometimes starts with - Who is filing for you .It's another way of asking the full name of your partner as it's in the applications.

 

*Tell me about your partner ? Not his or her age or name but about the character and personalities

 

*What do you have in common? Movies ,sport , whatever .If it's a movie mention a popular movie or tv series which the C.O can relate with (Game of Thrones is one, everyone knows that ) Do your research .

 

*When was the last time you met physically ? I hope you guys have met again after you applied ?  It helps , if not, it's ok.

 

*Where does your partner live in the US? Please be short and precise on that . I suggest you go through all these questionnaires with your partner via video call.

 

*What kind of building does he or she live ? House or apartment? Make sure you know that 

 

*Who does he or she live with ? It's key because they're trying to determine if he or she will have someone else to cater for and if there will be privacy for both of you .

 

*What does he or she do for work ? You should know that 

 

*When are you planning to get married when you get to the US and where ? I suggest you tell the C.O  you have a plan to get married within  a month of your arrival.Ask your partner  to ascertain the nearest court house to him or her where marriage is being conducted .Have the address of the place and possibly your partner should confirm the process and how long it takes to get married at the court house.

 

Dont panic . The good thing about immigrant visa application interview is that the C.O will give you time to answer your questions.Some people would be asked just 3 questions and some will be asked 7-8.

 

Please make sure you submit his or her TAX TRANCRIPTS o! because the people who are supposed to process your finger prints and take your supporting documents (their naija staff) forgets at times .I had to go back to the lady after 20minutes of submitting other docs to her when I realized everyone before me submitted the tax transcripts  but I was never asked.Always show them what you bring to the embassy and let them choose what they need to have with them .THE  TAX TRANSCRIPTS  SHOULD BE REQUESTED FOR.

 

If you've traveled together and you can find the flight/ bus tickets and other receipts, good.If not, no wahala.

 

Godspeed!

Wow, thanks for detailed and constructive response.i took it all in. God bless you.amen

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On 10/1/2019 at 11:34 AM, Ola&Adunni said:

Hello VJ family, my interview comes up next week, want to know if a photo album of 40pages is necessary or too much, plus I have a photo album o my child from birth to present age. Can someone from Nigeria share there experience . I am wondering if the album gets in through the glass in between the VO and myself ? Any advice . I am prepared for the day . Any tips or advice would be appreciated , God bless

Take everything and anything you believe will help your case.

Take pictures of you and your son.

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