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About O&GForever

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  • Location Salt Lake City, UT, USA

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    Our 6 year immigration journey has finally come to an end. We met online in 2014 and I made my first trip to Ghana in 2015. Our K1 was denied that same year. We started all over again with the CR1 visa and my husband arrived in American in March 2017. On July 29, 2020, he was sworn in as a US Citizen. I am truly grateful to start this next chapter of our marriage that doesn't involve evidence, fees, and government interviews.

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  1. Do you think that being there for the interview is helpful? I have been to Ghana 3 times in the last year and I want to be there to support my husband so bad. I know he is a confident, wise, and respectful man and can do this on his own but I want to support him as much as I can. I would love for them to just know I was there for him. 

    1. O&GForever


      I was outside the embassy when my husband had his interview. We also made sure that the CO knew I was there...sent a letter from me and copies of my passport stamps, airline tickets, pictures from the days before, etc. I think it's great to go and support and have an additional trip to submit. That said I know some who attended and were still denied. I also know others who didn't attend and their men had know problems. I think it's a person choice. One nice thing is I was able to bring some of my husband's stuff home with me after. 

    2. MNchick1998


      I've thought about it so many times and if he was denied, I don't think I would want to be there. I'd be so lost. It is sad reading about the denials. Is like we can't move forward with anything because of this interview that could last a few minutes. Lives are in their hands.

    3. O&GForever


      I understand. It's hard. This whole process is. It took a toll on me physically, emotionally, financially, even spiritually. The best advice I can give you is not to let other cases get to you. Everyone is different. Everyone has their own challenges. Everyone has their own stories. If possible try to learn from others mistakes, develop from their positives, and focus on your case. It will drive you absolutely crazy if you start stressing about how others cases could impact you. I did it far too often and it wasn't healthy. 

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