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If the embassy said the reason why you want to request the transfer.what should i say

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Normally, people transfer to a different country is because they want to interview where they currently live.


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16 minutes ago, Lucky Cat said:

Normally, people transfer to a different country is because they want to interview where they currently live.

I want to transfer because I can’t back to my country and I’m in tourist visa

1 minute ago, Jorgedig said:

Maybe tell them the reason why you want to request the transfer?

I just can’t back to my country because the army 

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: New Zealand
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1 minute ago, Adham Morad said:

I want to transfer because I can’t back to my country and I’m in tourist visa

I just can’t back to my country because the army 

You would need to have legal residence to interview in a different country.

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32 minutes ago, Jorgedig said:

You would need to have legal residence to interview in a different country.

You dont need legal residency. You can if the Embassy in your country is closed (not temporary for covid reasons) or doesn’t exist. 
For example all the IV interviews for Iraqi citizens are being done in one of 3 countries or by a country that is different than these three by approval of that country. 
A lot of these ppl are going to their interviews in these countries on visitor visas. 

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5 minutes ago, HKS said:

You dont need legal residency. You can if the Embassy in your country is closed (not temporary for covid reasons) or doesn’t exist. 
For example all the IV interviews for Iraqi citizens are being done in one of 3 countries or by a country that is different than these three by approval of that country. 
A lot of these ppl are going to their interviews in these countries on visitor visas. 

Yes, that is true for many countries, and expected for some.  However with the information that the OP provided, it appears that they are trying to shift embassies for other reasons.


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52 minutes ago, Adham Morad said:

 

I just can’t back to my country because the army 

You  still need to provide your Egyptian military records from your country regardless of where you interview.  I think potentially you have a big problem. 

 

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Edited by Lucky Cat

"The immigration process demands a great deal of knowledge, planning, time, patience, and money.  A deficit in any of these areas can spell heartbreak."

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5 hours ago, HKS said:

You dont need legal residency. You can if the Embassy in your country is closed (not temporary for covid reasons) or doesn’t exist. 
For example all the IV interviews for Iraqi citizens are being done in one of 3 countries or by a country that is different than these three by approval of that country. 
A lot of these ppl are going to their interviews in these countries on visitor visas. 

The vast majority of visa candidates cannot interview on tourist visas.  Only a few US embassies have closed, and yes, applicants from those countries may interview on visitor visas.

 

In general, legal residence is needed.

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Conscription?

 

 

 

Edited by payxibka

YMMV

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9 hours ago, Adham Morad said:

I want to transfer because I can’t back to my country and I’m in tourist visa

I just can’t back to my country because the army 

Because  you did not do your mandatory military service?, if so, you have a big problem then, USCIS will require proof of your military service or exemption. 

And if you do go back to Egypt, the military will not let you leave the country again even if you have a visa to USA until military service is completed or your exempted from it.


 

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