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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Morocco

for Moroccan tourist or student or non immigrant visas (not including K1)

the following site shows current wait times 


and if you check the chart and category to the right on this site,  it will show they are all temporarily closed to interviews



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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Morocco

your fiancee should have gotten instructions for you to fill out the ds160 and then to schedule your own interview

If the embassy asked for the K1,  they are ready to interview 


you will be asked to pay a fee for the ds 160 at the interview and it can be in US dollars or durhams

or USC can pay online with debit card


you should get a paper to take to the dr for the medical exam in the notification email    

and also get the 2 criminal reports (a "fiche anthropomtrique" at the local police office.  and  casiers judiciaires) 

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Morocco
On 7/13/2021 at 9:20 AM, Traveler2day said:

Thank you so much for answering. My fiancee filled DS 160. Can you advice where should we schedule a time for interview? 

Casa is doing K1 interviews but at this time they have changed to the embassy scheduling the interview/  it will probably change back at some future date so keep an eye on the embassy site /should have post there if they change 

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