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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Lebanon



We are applying for the CR-1 visa from Lebanon. When we uploaded all our documents to the CEAC portal page in March, I was a bit concerned about my proof of US domicile since I had been living in Lebanon for the past 3 years while attending school. I did my best to upload evidence but I felt it looked a bit weak (didn't have a job in the US at that point). We got DQ'd right away though (March 9).  But I moved back to the US in June to start a new job, and now I have a contract from my new employer as well as pay stubs, which is much stronger evidence than anything else I uploaded before. Is it okay if I upload more evidence to the CEAC portal evevn though we've already been DQ'd and assigned an interview date? (On July 15 we got scheduled for an interview at the embassy for August 6). Thanks in advance for any advice

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No need to upload the new documents. Have the petitioner take them to the interview along with everything else to show the consular officer. 

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