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  1. My fiance had the interview for k1 and k2 visas last week in Madrid. They jumped his order number and left him for last, he was the last person interviewed that day, there was nobody else in the consulate. He was with his son but the child was not asked anything and asked to sit down. I was also in the consulate but they did not call me for the interview. The CO asked my fiancé many questions about the child, about him, and about the relationship. All questions were answered without difficulty since we have an authentic relationship. She did not ask about wedding plans or future plans in the United States. She also asked him to show pictures of the relationship, the officer looked at some of them. After more than 45 minutes of interview, she kept the passports and told my fiance that the case needed more review and that he would receive the passports with the visas or any other determination on the case by mail. They did not give him any letter or document.



    We did not see this coming because we have a real relationship, which lasts more than a year and a half, we have seen each other 18 times during that period of time, we have traveled to different countries on vacation, we are both originally from the same country and city (we are both Cuban but now my fiance is also Spanish citizen and lives in Spain), we are both Doctors, our families have met and shared time together. My fiancé has never been to the United States and therefore has not violated any immigration law; his criminal record is completely clean. The affidavit of support far exceeds the established limits because I (the petitioner) practice Medicine in the United States and I have a very high income.


    The only possible negative elements are that my fiance was denied a tourist visa in the past and therefore can not travel with ESTA (visa exemption) either. Could it be considered as a negative or particular element that we are a gay couple?

    Since the interview the case appears in CEAC as NONIMMIGRANT VISA APPLICATION, status: Application received.

    I would like to hear opinions about the reason for this revision, and what the final result might be. 

    Thank you very much in advance.

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