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Anyone know if a US citizen spouse is allowed to attend with spouse for the visa interview for IR1 CR1 at Islamabad embassy ? I’ve heard recently they don’t allow spouses anymore and also on the website it doesn’t say anything about spouse being allowed or not. Wanting to hear from others experiences lately thanks. 

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This is a review recently about this:

 

ball.gif Review #27797 on January 14, 2020:
 
 
On 2/1/2020 at 10:44 AM, Mike E said:

I would be very surprised if the USA citizen/LPR spouse is not REQUIRED for a cr-1/ir-1 interview.  

Not.. required very rarely asked and sometimes not even allowed into the embassy.

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3 hours ago, Ahmed&Freda said:

This is a review recently about this:

 

ball.gif Review #27797 on January 14, 2020:
 
 

Not.. required very rarely asked and sometimes not even allowed into the embassy.


As I said I would be surprised. 
 

Truly amazing.  

 

This is why we cannot nice things: the state department fails to properly vett marriage based immigration visas.  

Edited by Mike E

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On 2/1/2020 at 10:10 AM, Meryemabbasi said:

Anyone know if a US citizen spouse is allowed to attend with spouse for the visa interview for IR1 CR1 at Islamabad embassy ? I’ve heard recently they don’t allow spouses anymore and also on the website it doesn’t say anything about spouse being allowed or not. Wanting to hear from others experiences lately thanks. 

I'm US citizen and my wife had interview on October,18th. I was not required to be there but I attended the interview with my wife without any problem.

The interview was at "US Embassy Islamabad"

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On 2/4/2020 at 9:17 AM, AliTan said:

They are currently not allowing petitioners in.  I was there last week and was not allowed.  This seems to have changed around the time of the recent events with Iran.

Please share your interview experiance .. kya apki wife ko visa mil gya ?? .. kiu k mne apki profile dhki apka k1 rjct hua ..mera bhi k1 rjct hua hai r ub mne cr1 apply kia hua ..tu kya ap mujhe guide kar skty ?

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17 hours ago, Saa Isha said:

Please share your interview experiance .. kya apki wife ko visa mil gya ?? .. kiu k mne apki profile dhki apka k1 rjct hua ..mera bhi k1 rjct hua hai r ub mne cr1 apply kia hua ..tu kya ap mujhe guide kar skty ?

I sent you a message. 

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