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4 minutes ago, Bella9 said:

hello all.

I just got my visa interview date for CR1 visa category .My sponsor and joint sponsor have filed I-864 but live in the US  and not in my country .Do I need a signed document and tax returns at the interview ?

thank you

Can you please let us know the questions they will Ask please 

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31 minutes ago, Bella9 said:

hello all.

I just got my visa interview date for CR1 visa category .My sponsor and joint sponsor have filed I-864 but live in the US  and not in my country .Do I need a signed document and tax returns at the interview ?

thank you

You should take originals of everything that’s been submitted to USCIS/NVC throughout the process.. with ref to US docs submitted eg sponsor ID, earnings etc, they will accept electronic documents printed.. it may also we worth while taking recent payslips of sponsor or a letter from their employer proving their income has not been negatively impacted from covid since it’s likely you submitted 2019 earnings not 2020 


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On 2/12/2021 at 5:10 PM, more00 said:

Can you please let us know the questions they will Ask please 

i will tell you what they asked at the interview

 

On 2/12/2021 at 5:40 PM, Duke & Marie said:

You should take originals of everything that’s been submitted to USCIS/NVC throughout the process.. with ref to US docs submitted eg sponsor ID, earnings etc, they will accept electronic documents printed.. it may also we worth while taking recent payslips of sponsor or a letter from their employer proving their income has not been negatively impacted from covid since it’s likely you submitted 2019 earnings not 2020 

thank you

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