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Hello Guys, so my fiance and i worked on DS16O form yesterday. He is from Ghana. He doesnt have much of a social presence. We only listed his instagram account and linkedin. I guess we somehow missed the part about LISTING ALLL social media. He had facebook but lost his password and has not used it since 2018. Should we fill out a new DS 160 and list the name for that old facebook account? 

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The number of DS-160 you fill and submit does not matter, what matters is the one you take its confirmation page to the interview...so since his info is not complete, let him fill out another. If not it might tantamount to willful misrepresentation


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12 minutes ago, Sparkle Sparkle said:

The number of DS-160 you fill and submit does not matter, what matters is the one you take its confirmation page to the interview...so since his info is not complete, let him fill out another. If not it might tantamount to willful misrepresentation

Oh okay. Don't they check and proof the information you submit on DS 160 prior to attending interview? So if we redo the form and submit the new conformation page, then the information on that new page is what they will be able to see? 

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1 minute ago, MizzBella67 said:

Oh okay. Don't they check and proof the information you submit on DS 160 prior to attending interview? So if we redo the form and submit the new conformation page, then the information on that new page is what they will be able to see? 

Yes exactly... That's why they need your confirmation page.. But it's possible if they decide to do a name search they can find other ds160 you submitted but you only legally binded to the one whose confirmation page you submitted 


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Just now, Sparkle Sparkle said:

Yes exactly... That's why they need your confirmation page.. But it's possible if they decide to do a name search they can find other ds160 you submitted but you only legally binded to the one whose confirmation page you submitted 

Oh great! I mean we don't mind telling the truth that the form wasn't complete if it does come up at interview. Thank you!

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Create a new DS-160, Online Nonimmigrant Visa Application if you wish but be sure to take the one you want to present to the CO. You can do as many DS-160, Online Nonimmigrant Visa Application's without affecting your visa interview. Co's don't have the time to search for any prior DS-160, Online Nonimmigrant Visa Application's that you have attempted to complete. Their decision is pretty much made up when you appear in front of them. If they have any issues it will be with something that was highlighted from USCIS which normally there isn't or the materials that you present at the interview. Of course, there will be a few questions, but most beneficiaries have no problems with those. 

 

Some example questions would be:

 

-What is the name of your fiancé/e?

-Where did you meet?

-When did you meet?

-How did you meet?

-When are you planning to get married?

-What is your fiancé/es work?

-Have you gone out of the country?

-How long were you out of the country?

-How many times has your fiancé/e visited you?

-Where did you go when your fiancé/e visited you?

-Do you plan to have kids?

-Where do you plan on staying in the US?

-Name and DOB

-What year did you meet

-How did you meet

-What are your fiancé parents' names

-Your fiancé's employer and job

-Have either of you been married before

-Other countries you've been to

-Do you have kids together

 

These are some of the questions but rest assure that all the questions will be about the petitioner, the beneficiary, and the relationship. Always tell the truth even if the truth is "I don't know". Don't rush in answering and give a straightforward answer. Look the CO in the eye when answering and smile. Don't give a novel as your answer. Just brief and concise. Don't volunteer any information unless asked, this could send you down the wrong road.

 

Don't forget to ask if you passed.


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On 10/7/2020 at 4:23 PM, Greenbaum said:

Create a new DS-160, Online Nonimmigrant Visa Application if you wish but be sure to take the one you want to present to the CO. You can do as many DS-160, Online Nonimmigrant Visa Application's without affecting your visa interview. Co's don't have the time to search for any prior DS-160, Online Nonimmigrant Visa Application's that you have attempted to complete. Their decision is pretty much made up when you appear in front of them. If they have any issues it will be with something that was highlighted from USCIS which normally there isn't or the materials that you present at the interview. Of course, there will be a few questions, but most beneficiaries have no problems with those. 

 

Some example questions would be:

 

-What is the name of your fiancé/e?

-Where did you meet?

-When did you meet?

-How did you meet?

-When are you planning to get married?

-What is your fiancé/es work?

-Have you gone out of the country?

-How long were you out of the country?

-How many times has your fiancé/e visited you?

-Where did you go when your fiancé/e visited you?

-Do you plan to have kids?

-Where do you plan on staying in the US?

-Name and DOB

-What year did you meet

-How did you meet

-What are your fiancé parents' names

-Your fiancé's employer and job

-Have either of you been married before

-Other countries you've been to

-Do you have kids together

 

These are some of the questions but rest assure that all the questions will be about the petitioner, the beneficiary, and the relationship. Always tell the truth even if the truth is "I don't know". Don't rush in answering and give a straightforward answer. Look the CO in the eye when answering and smile. Don't give a novel as your answer. Just brief and concise. Don't volunteer any information unless asked, this could send you down the wrong road.

 

Don't forget to ask if you passed.

wonderful! This is great. Thank you so much!

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Married: September 27, 2014

I-130 filed: February 5, 2016

NOA1: February 8, 2016 Nebraska

NOA2: July 21, 2016

Interview: December 6, 2016 London

POE: December 19, 2016 Las Vegas

N-400 filed: September 30, 2019

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