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HSantos05

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  1. My husband had his interview in January, and was approved. You just have to remember a few things, try not to be nervous, dress like you are going to a job interview, not a wedding. Be yourself. And like our lawyer said tell the truth, because they have everything you already submitted right in front of them. Make sure too that you have every document with you just In case they ask for anything. And leave your cellphone wherever it is that you are staying, because they will not let you in, and they will tell you to take it back. I hope this helps, good luck.
  2. Try about 7-8 months, at least that's how long it took for my husband to get one, and that was last year.
  3. Yes your lawyer is right, It took about 7 months for my husband to get his appointment in Juarez.
  4. My husband was there about 2 weeks. First you do your medical appointment there about 2 days prior to your appointment, and then you do your biometrics 1 day before your appointment, and then after your approval you wait for them to send back your passport with your visa to a DHL office of your choice. And they asked my husband questions about when he entered, and where, a few questions about me and our kids, and when we got married. Whatever answers you gave on your application has to match what they have. If not they can deny you. And try to look nice, and don't take anything with you, except for any documents you might need. No cellphone. And your wife can't go either.
  5. I would bug your lawyer, that's what you pay them for. Also the website can take a little time to update, you could always call the toll free number, but be prepared for a long wait and some rudeness. If you have any other questions feel free to ask, my husband just went threw this, his interview was in January at cuidad Juárez.
  6. You can go to this website to check your case status https://ceac.state.gov/CEACStatTracker/Status.aspx?eQs=o/iS8zDpeAKjMWCuebHqOw== you should wait until you get an interview date before purchasing a plane ticket.
  7. You cannot do your medical appointment here, my husband just went through this, it has to be done abroad by an approved medical facility. Sorry that your lawyer misinformed you. This website has some very useful information, good luck. Also your medical appointment is done at least 2 days before your interview at the consulate. https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/immigrate/the-immigrant-visa-process/after-petition-approved/begin-nat-visa-center.html
  8. Hi everyone I'm new here, just to make a long story short, my husband got approved for his 1-601 provisional waiver, and now he finally has his appointment next month in Juarez, my question is what types of questions do they ask? How can he prepare for his interview? Thank you.
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