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Ok. Here I go, My wife got an email for me to the immigrant section of the Johannesburg consular in South Wednesday for an interview, Meanwhile consular said my wife has to be on the phone at same time I will be at the embassy anyone has any idea what they might want to ask? Your help is needed 

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2 hours ago, JimBette said:

Ok. Here I go, My wife got an email for me to the immigrant section of the Johannesburg consular in South Wednesday for an interview, Meanwhile consular said my wife has to be on the phone at same time I will be at the embassy anyone has any idea what they might want to ask? Your help is needed 

Expect the same type of questions as an Adjustment of Status interview.  You Google for those questions.  

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1 hour ago, Mike E said:

Expect the same type of questions as an Adjustment of Status interview.  You Google for those questions.  

Please can you tell me where to find it ?

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5 minutes ago, JimBette said:

Please can you tell me where to find it ?

If you have a bonafide relationship,  there would be no question asked that you wouldn't be able to answer 


YMMV

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1 minute ago, payxibka said:

If you have a bonafide relationship,  there would be no question asked that you wouldn't be able to answer 

Yes of course we do, we have been married for over 10 yrs and she usually come to me every year and spend 1 month we knew each other for 15 yrs now and got married 10 yrs in between

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Embassy wants Petitioner on the phone on the very day I will have my second interview, Can anyone help me on what questions I should be expecting, I have less than 4 days to prepare someone would tell me what to expect I am nervous 

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guessing they will ask her why she waited 7 years after the marriage to apply for you to get a spousal visa

 

took this info from your timeline

Edited by JeanneAdil

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1 hour ago, JimBette said:

Embassy wants Petitioner on the phone on the very day I will have my second interview, Can anyone help me on what questions I should be expecting, I have less than 4 days to prepare someone would tell me what to expect I am nervous 

If it’s a second interview, and they’re asking for the petitioner to be available by phone, then clearly there are red flags about the bonafides of the relationship.

 

What happened during the first interview?  What were the circumstances of you meeting and marrying?   How much time has been spent together in person?

 

it’s likely they will also conduct a Stokes type phone interview and speak to you both separately.

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1 hour ago, JimBette said:

Embassy wants Petitioner on the phone on the very day I will have my second interview, Can anyone help me on what questions I should be expecting, I have less than 4 days to prepare someone would tell me what to expect I am nervous 

I think @Jorgedig is correct.  As I recall, you have a history of a prior refusal due to the Nigeria ban.  


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2 hours ago, JimBette said:

Embassy wants Petitioner on the phone on the very day I will have my second interview, Can anyone help me on what questions I should be expecting, I have less than 4 days to prepare someone would tell me what to expect I am nervous 

My advice is to relax and tell the truth.....just as you did in your first interview.  Good luck.


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LOL one of those

 

They just want to ask how you met, what made you decide to get married, maybe about your families...just to verify it’s a bonafide marriage.  Relax, be direct, tell the truth.  It’s a good sign.  

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15 hours ago, Jorgedig said:

If it’s a second interview, and they’re asking for the petitioner to be available by phone, then clearly there are red flags about the bonafides of the relationship.

 

What happened during the first interview?  What were the circumstances of you meeting and marrying?   How much time has been spent together in person?

 

it’s likely they will also conduct a Stokes type phone interview and speak to you both separately.

There were no red flags, Trump caused it because of the ban I would have gotten my visa after my interview

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