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6 minutes ago, wilkings0224 said:

Hi there, I just want to know if I have to be present at the interview with my fiancé overseas, 

or she have to go by herself?

thanks

It's her interview not yours,  however,  some consulates allow the petitionner to be present.   


YMMV

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21 minutes ago, wilkings0224 said:

Hi there, I just want to know if I have to be present at the interview with my fiancé overseas, 

or she have to go by herself?

thanks

No, you do not have to be there at all. But if you can be there then I would suggest it to help give support to your fiance.

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6 hours ago, wilkings0224 said:

Hi there, I just want to know if I have to be present at the interview with my fiancé overseas, 

or she have to go by herself?

thanks

Depends on the country.   Most countries .. no you don't have to be there.

 

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montreal allows the USC to be in the consulate as long as he/she brings her passport or proof of US citizenship. not sure if the USC is allowed to be at the window during the interview though.

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Check the embassy/consulate reviews for the country where the interview will be to check if it is allowed or encouraged.  If allowed, it is a good idea especially if there are any red flags in your case, potential reasons for the officer to be concerned about the relationship and may want to question both of you.  No timeline, no details of your situation, no country specified, so it is difficult to give you accurate advice. Also, ask your fiancee what she wants--she may want you there for moral support, if she is nervous or needs reassurance, even if you cannot go into the interview with her it may help if you are there close by.  Search for your country reviews here on VJ for the experiences of others.  Good luck!

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