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  • Birthday 01/01/1916
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  1. It is impossible to comment on how to handle the 3rd interview without knowing what has led up to it, may be impossible then. Hopefully the Lawyer knows all the details.
  2. If there is no issue what is the Lawyer thinking about, why are USCIS multiple interviewing?
  3. There is a Lawyer involved, I assume the Lawyer has come in of late and is looking at what can be done now. With a situation like this I assume the Lawyer has only recently been involved and a lot of the damage has been done.
  4. The key comment is the need for the Lawyer to think about it. A lot depends on what was disclosed or not in the interviews, I assume quite a bit taking into account where we are.
  5. https://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-australia-57924986 What about this! Australian Olympic Committee president John Coates has been heavily criticised for lecturing Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk during a press conference in Tokyo. The pair's awkward exchange took place after Queensland's capital, Brisbane, was awarded the 2032 Games.
  6. Travel Insurance could be an issue at that age.
  7. https://www.ustraveldocs.com/ng/ng-niv-emergencyappointment.html
  8. Emergency interviews are available, they do not cost more, just the regular fee.
  9. Visa's for the US are processed at the US Consulate. Seems like he is resident in Italy if so he could apply there or in his home country. VWP has absolutely nothing to do with this situation, he needs a B2 to visit. B does not allow him to reside and work permanently. Many Consulates are not booking B's until next year, unless it is an emergency. I am going to assume that getting a B2 may not be easy but know little about his situation.
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