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Chris Amos

K1 Visa Interview and Concerns


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Kyrgyzstan

Hi all,


My fiancé just recently got the information packet with the Form I-134 (Both Sponsor and Co-Sponsor). The interview date is November 15th (US Embassy in Bishkek) and when I was looking at the email that has the list of items it needs, I saw on the Evidence Support section it reads: "The documents that may be used are: Affidavit of Support, Letter from the petitioner's employer." There is a problem with that part, my employer uses The Work Number (I have said something about this earlier, pretty much my first post). However, in the Form I-134 packet I sent to my fiancé, I included my most recent W-2's, tax transcripts, 1 year of Bank Statements, 6 months of pay stubs, a copy of my ExpressHR Profile with salary paid and if I am a permanent or temporary employee and a cover letter explaining as to why I wasn't able to get an employment verification letter along with adding in a pamphlet about The Work Number. Will there be a problem if I can't get an employment verification letter at the time of the interview? Also, what are some of the most common interview questions that will be asked at the embassy?

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Filed: Other Country: Saudi Arabia

It sounds to me like you have enough.  I printed out an “employment certificate” with name, address, salary, starting date, and contact number and that was sufficient.

Questions are usually how you met, what are plans after approval, maybe a few questions fishing for how much your fiance knows about you or your family.  Usually a question about ongoing communication or how you communicate.  

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China

Completed: K1/K2 (271 days) - AOS/EAD/AP (134 days) - ROC (279 days)

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