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  1. Just me sharing my embassy interview experience and some tips. Disclaimer: Do not use this anecdote as a strict reference to determine your visa application process/needs. Please refer to the official sources and authorities. My timeline (2019): K1 Fiance(e) Visa Sent I-129F - Jan. 24 NOA1 - Jan. 30 (6 days) NOA2 - Apr. 18 (78 days) Case# - May 9 (21 days) Ready - Jun. 3 (25 days) Eligibility Letter - Jun. 6 (dated), in the mail Jun. 14 Interview - Jul. 9 (visa approved) My interview was scheduled for 7:45am. I arrived at the US Embassy Manila before 7:30am at the entrance near the footbridge on Roxas Blvd. (if you look across the street there's Ermita Center building, BPI and AUB). At that point they were already letting in applicants scheduled for 8:30am, but don't take this as a solid reason to come waaay earlier than your appointment because I had to fall in line behind about 60 people once I was inside anyway. NOTE: If you have companions, you may ask them to wait outside where there are monobloc chairs, but be prepared to pay Php30 per seat (unlimited hours). If your fiance(e) is accompanying you, they can come with you inside but some time in the middle of the process they would have to sit apart from the applicants. Also, remember the no-electronics rule applies to them, too. They may surrender phones or whatnot at the security guard post. Before you go in somebody may also try to sell you a pen, telling you how it's necessary for whatever process you need inside. I would suggest you just bring your own pen to begin with. Most visa applicants don't need it (I didn't) but there are some cases when they do (I guess depending on your business there). I've had to lend my pen to some frantic people when I was there as the consul asked them to sign papers. At the first point of security, they asked for my DS-160 confirmation page, appointment page, and they verified my visa type and interview schedule, then told me which numbered lane I should go to (this is still outside the building). I was in lane 3. At this point, prepare your DS-160 conf page and your passport. The staff would put a sticker bar code on your DS-160 conf page and place your passport in a ziploc bag. The building entrance is to the left, look for the door that looks quite heavy and durable. LOL If you're bringing a bag, the guard would check it before you go through the scanner. Otherwise, you'll go through airport-type security next. Place your items in the plastic bin, onto the conveyor, and go through the body scanner. I followed the signs and exited accordingly. Turning right I saw the photo booth (for last minute passport photos, I assume), followed the signs until the area labeled "NIV" (lots of people seated on monobloc chairs - I think this is also a waiting area where you can get food and drinks) then turned left until the labeled door. If I remember correctly I think I entered the one with "K1" on it. Once inside, a lady told me to fall in line for the Filipino consul and I was in line for maybe 30 minutes or more only to be told that I had to go to window 38 to have my 2x2 photo scanned first, LOL. Then I went back in line for the initial interview. The consul asked for my DS-160 conf page, birth certificate, NBI clearance, MRV receipt, CENOMAR, medical docs (sealed brown envelope from SLEC); then later on the affidavit of support, my fiance's divorce decree, W2s and 1040 (tax return). He asked me basic questions about myself and my fiance, how we met, marriage history, children, etc. Then he directed me to another window for the interview with the American consul (waiting in line again). On my turn, the consul asked for my DS-160 conf page and for me to raise my right hand, swear this and that (sorry I couldn't remember, I was a bit nervous and would say yes to anything at this point LOL), and I said "Yes". Then he asked me basically the same things that the previous consul asked, even fewer questions actually. Stuff I could answer briefly. Didn't even ask for proof of relationship or anything. A lot of silence as he went through my documents, I think he was going through the proof of relationship section of my I-129F (but I still brought my own copy). Guess I was lucky. After that he said my visa is approved and he's making it so it would be ready in 1-3 weeks. He gave me the 2 pamphlets on domestic violence plus the little embassy info sheet, then I was done. I exited the embassy at 9:30am (about 2 hours total, most of which was just waiting in line). Other Notes: 1. Make sure the surface of your 2x2 photo is clean, or if you can't assure this, bring extra copies because the scanner there won't work if it has dirt and such. 2. If you're hungry or thirsty there's a mini-store outside the building near the 30-Peso waiting area (apart from the one inside). 3. I would suggest for you to just bring a clear long envelope to put your documents in so that you can go through security quickly. 4. I didn't see any clocks so maybe wear a watch if you wanna keep track of the time, just make sure it's not digital/electronic. 5. If you have kids with you, there's a play area for them inside, too. After the interview you may check your visa application status here: https://ceac.state.gov/CEAC/ For K1 visa it's under non-immigrant. Your application ID is the code found on your DS-160 confirmation page. (Mine was AA00****** format); Location - "PHILIPPINES, MANILA". If you try to pull it up under immigrant you may see that it still says "Ready" like before, the "case last updated" details may change on the first day or two after the interview, and then eventually you won't be able to check it under immigrant. At least that's what happened in my case. Again, please don't use my anecdote to strictly determine what documents you need, how easy/difficult the experience will be with you, or any other specifics. It's case-to-case basis, always. My aim is to provide an overview of the process because it's better than being clueless, LOL. And I just enjoy writing my visa experiences in detail. 😅 Good luck to everyone! My CEAC Status Timeline: Jul. 9-10 (Tue-Wed) - "No Status" Jul. 11 (Thu) AM - "Application Received" Jul. 11 (Thu) PM - "Administrative Processing" Jul. 12 (Fri) PM - "Issued"
  2. Good day all, All documents and fees were approved and completed on my IR5 on March 7th 2019. Notice from the NVC was that an interview would be scheduled at the Consulate and I would be notified by email or mail. Does anybody know what the approximate turnover times are for the interview? Can I expect an interview in April? Thank you!
  3. Hi everyone. Does anyone know which kinds of questions in the interview day will be asked for a widow who had her approved I 130 converted into an approved I 360 self petition?!. I heard the interview officer will ask questions from the forms were submitted at USCIS, but after my husband passed away, NVC converted those forms to an i 360 and they will send the approved I 360 to the US embassy for the interview, so where will the officer get the questions from? From the I130 and i 130a forms before they were converted to an I 360 or from the I 360 form that was converted by NVC and sent to the US embassy?! Please help me figure out what kinds of questions a widow will be asked at the interview day. I searched a lot in the Internet but i never find any website that talks about kinds of questions will be asked to widows who applied for GC.
  4. Our scan date at NVC is February 9th, which marks exactly a full year since we started the process. Sarcastic ''yey'' And things are slowing down again. We still have at least a few weeks to go before our CC, but I found out that Mexico is now taking up to 4 months to assign interviews, which is just beyond ridiculous and I almost don't want to believe it. The frustrating part is there is nothing we can do apparently, So incredibly frustrating, dealing with immigration. Sometimes it feels like we're ironically being punished for following the legal path, instead of adjusting from a tourist VISA (which I know can be legal if ''it wasn't premeditated'' but it's definitely something that people abuse, lawyers recommend it all the time and it is a grey legal area/loophole) Has anyone had an interview date yet? are they really assigning December approvals for April,? Can it slow down even further? I'm mortified.
  5. Hello Everyone My wife, a dual citizen, and I (Canadian citizen) live in Canada. She sponsored my I-30. Our documents have been accepted at NVC stage and we got the message saying that we are "documentarily qualified" On May 1st. The question is, how long is the wait time for an interview? Please share your experience if you are in our shoes. thanks a lot in advance
  6. Hey everyone, I have my interview this September and I started gathering the documents. The us embassy in Tunisia is barely issuing visas every month ( 5 k1 visa per month maximum) is there's a reason for that ? Can anyone tell me what's the most common reasons for denial? My case is not complicated at all me and my fiance have only 5 years between, none of us was married before or have kids , no criminal record , he makes between $25,000 and $30,000 every year, he pay taxes, we have seen each other twice for 1 month face time in total, he met my family and we have alot of evidence. Should I be worried? Is there's anything I can do to avoid denial at the day of the inteview?
  7. Is anyone from Amman, Jordan has CR1 Visa got his/ her interview scheduled recently?
  8. Review - Montreal Consulate Interview: I wanted to review my experience at the consulate in the hopes this will be helpful for others. I arrived a little after 6 am at the consulate and I was the first one there. At 7:30 the door was opened, and we were allowed inside one at a time. While waiting I had the opportunity to talk with many of the other applicants who were really nice, which was great. After I was allowed inside I was greeted by a lady who asked for my appointment confirmation email and passport. She then gave me a laminated sheet with a number #1 and then I went through security. The rules I read on the door outside was no liquids, gels, powders, etc. in our purse and the purse must be small. I only had a few items in my purse and I didn't bring my phone (others brought theirs but I'm not sure where they put them). I went through security with no problems. I then went into a room where we had a chance to arrange our documents in the order specified on the laminated sheet. We were all then escorted to an elevator that took us to the main room where the interview would be. Shortly after, I was called up to one of the booths and was asked to give my papers one by one through the designated slot under the glass. The lady who took the papers was very nice. A couple of key things that I think may help other applicants regarding paperwork: ~For the Affidavit of Support I gave as much evidence as possible having read multiple VJ reviews: * Brought 3 years of tax returns, transcripts and W2s (she only wanted last years) * Employment letter and additional email proof of my fiance's company's policies as to why the letter doesn't mention whether the position is temp or permanent (and explained this to the lady who said that's fine) * 6 recent paystubs * Signed letter from the bank stating current total, date opened, etc - Due to another policy at the bank I also brought 12 months of bank statements to show the total amount deposited since the signed bank letter did not include this total for the previous year (again I mentioned this to the lady and she was okay with that) I had originals and copies of the required Packet 3 documents, a copy of my passport bio-metrics page, and in my case I also had my foreign birth certificate translated professionally. I was also asked to show the email with proof of payment for the interview. After handing her all the documents asked for I sat back down and waited about 15 min or so until I was called up to another booth where the actual interviewer was. The interview itself was pretty quick and the questions were nothing too surprising. I was asked about the details of my immigration/citizenship in Canada, how/when I met my fiance, how/why we decided to marry (mainly because we got engaged not too long after meeting) and lastly, about his employment. The lady interviewing me was super nice and put me right at ease. I was able to explain things in a calm and comfortable fashion which was great. She then gave me the long awaited for pink slip and explained to me the steps to receiving my visa in the mail. In total it took just under 1 hour from the time I entered the building to complete everything. After the interview, I checked our case status on the CEAC case tracker and saw that on the same day the status changed from "Ready" to "Application Received". The next day after my interview it went to "Administrative Processing". This morning, 2 days after, it was Issued !! About 2 hours later I got a email notification from Canada Post with info to track my package. 😄
  9. Hello Frnds, My fiance is 12 years older than me, she's 43 and i'm 31 and I have an interview scheduled this month at mumbai consulate. The best thing is that we are co-workers and before getting into relationship and engaged we were friend's for an year. I have been to US 4 times where last 2 times stayed at her places for almost 3 weeks each time. Now i'm little scared what if the age gap would be an question. I have all proofs from chat to skype to pictures taken together on several outings. Also skype snapshot of us talking with my friends. I'm not sure what else to include, though i know everything about my fiance from the time she was born till date. If anyone can help me whether I should be worried about this age gap thing? Thanks for your help!
  10. Hi all! I just had my interview at the US Embassy yesterday, July 9 2019 Tuesday. My visa was approved. I was wondering, when can I expect a status update on the CEAC website? When I check using the AA00****** code from the DS 160 under non-immigrant, it comes up as "No Status". When I check using my case number MNL2019****** under immigrant, it comes up as "Ready" like before, but it also says Case Last Updated: 9 July 2019. A lot of other people are getting AP status right after their interview, and it's been more than 24 hours since approval, so I don't know what to expect now. Please enlighten me. Thank you!
  11. Hi there, We are a CR1 couple waiting for our Interview to be scheduled and our case has just been moved from the Mumbai Embassy to Singapore ( I've been living here in Singapore for the past year). Just wanted to check if there are other couples waiting for their immigration interview at Singapore too? Or if there are other couples who recently had their CR1 interview, then would love to get an understanding on how long it took for your interview to get scheduled. Thanks, R&R
  12. Hi everyone. I am in desperate need of your advise. Sorry if this is long and confusing 😥 My husband has never been in the United States and his interview is coming up on July 18, 2019 in Ciudad Juarez. Previously, I filed the I-864 and my parents each filed the I-864a as household members, since I do not meet the income requirements (I have 3 dependents). I work full time, my dad works part time and receives social security benefits (retirement). My mom does not work, but also receives social security benefits (spousal retirement). They file their taxes joint/married. My worry is that my parent's SSI benefits will not count as income. All of their SSi benefits are included on their tax return, but I see that not all of it is counted as "taxable" income. Their "Total Income" is less than their "Household Income". If we go by the Total Income, we do not meet the income guidelines for Affidavit of Support. But if they go by Household Income, we do. Which one do they go by at the US Embassy? Lately, I have been seeing a lot of people getting denied for I-864 errors and I am confused and worried. I do not know what to do. I want to be prepared. Should I look for another sponsor? Please help. Thank you very much in advance...
  13. Please help... Hi to all. My husband's interview is coming up on July 18, 2019 in Juarez. When I uploaded the Affidavit of Support info to NVC, I used my father as a houshold member so that we could combine our incomes together to reach the income guideline amount. I live with my dad. But, with everything going on and people getting denials at their interviews for public charge (age, social security benefit income), I am thinking of just getting a joint sponsor instead, my brother. He doesnt live with us. He's single, 34 years old no dependants and makes well over the amount required. He has provided me with his taxes for past 3 years, all transcripts. Do you think that I can just use him and just have my husband take his I-864 packet and evidence instead of what I had uploaded to NVC? I thank you for your help and advice.....🙏
  14. My K1 joint sponsor is self employed. He is working on his 2018 tax returns now. He doesn't want to provide bank statements (for whatever personal reasons). But will comply with whatever else he can provide. He will give me the I-134, 2018 tax returns (full returns since we wont get his transcripts on time for interview), copy of his passport, copy of business license and lastly in lieu of his bank statements, can we substitute by having him write a letter detailing how much income he collects from his business? The last thing I want is a 221g on this. I make just under 125% (which I know is sufficient for K1) but no assets so I need a joint. Thank you
  15. Hi everyone I'm trying to schedule my interview appointment and it says no available appointments And after multiple times of checking to see if i will find any changes It started to show this message instead Should i be worried?or it will be changed after sometime?
  16. Hello everyone, I would like to get your ideas on my AOS interview documents. I stupidly got worried cause it felt too easy.... I know I was prepared but I feel like I am missing something... *Interview Letter & new passport *Husband (lol) *Copy of everything I have sent with the initial application - I-485 - Birth certificates originals and translations - Old passport with K1 visa bio copy and original - K1 visa copy - I-94 - I-129f NOA2 - DS- 3025 and Medical from K1 copy - EAD / AP card * Updated I-864 for sponsor and joint- sponsor -Their birth certificate copies, and the original for my husband as the initial petitioner -Pay stubs -Tax transcript and W2 for the past 3 years including 2018 - employment verification number for joint sponsor - My paystubs and work verification letter (I am a bit wondering if they'd just do it with mine and take my joint sponsor off the hook...) * Support/ Evidence of marriage - Certified copy of Marriage certificate - Leases (Former and new) - Renters insurance both of our name is in the policy - Utility bills (2 for each apartment as they didn't let us put both names..) - Phone bill shows both names with phone numbers -Joint savings & checking bank account statements since marriage - Debit card copies -Credit card statement when we were moving, showing we both use same card (me as authorized) and copy of the credit cards front to show we both have the same card number - Drivers licenses (old and new) showing same address - Car title showing we both own it. - Car insurance and cards - health insurance cards (we only have the new one though... I made my husband as my dependent on our insurance cause my insurance is better.. ) - Boarding passes for traveling to his dad, and moving to NJ - Wedding invitation + some cards given or sent to us (to both names) - wedding pictures and wedding picture book - cards addressed to us in our old address - Pictures with family and friends etc. Not many though... we always forget taking group photos. - Pictures from the day we had to let our cat go.. and the card addressed to us from the hospital... (I somehow want to include it... its stupid... but she came all the way from Japan...) So it feels enough when I write it down like this... but I can't kick that stupid feeling... Any opinion, any idea, even telling me "go away you're drunk" works...
  17. Hello buddies I wanted to create this topic on I-751 (petition to remove condition on residence) for New York filer. A lots of people getting MSC receipt number which is believed to end up with an interview in the local office, but there’s no specific processing time for New York field office, please feel free share your processing experience here
  18. Hello, My husband and I received a notice from the NVC telling us that we are now documentarily qualified and that they will work with the embassy in Johannesburg to schedule a visa interview. We got this email over two months ago now and have still not heard anything about an interview. Does anyone have any idea of how long it takes to get an interview scheduled in South Africa for the IR1/CR1 visa? Any information would be super helpful! Thanks so much! Meagan and Andrew
  19. Hi there! I checked my application status online this morning and it says that they cancelled my interview and that they will send me a notice..... We haven't even had an interview date yet. Is it a bad sign? Does that mean my application has been rejected? If someone could help me, that would be great, I'm really afraid now. We haven't had any RFE until now. Thank you!
  20. My son (US Citizen) filed petition for both parents with two different files (as requested). The appointment for interview has been notified from NVC (fixed on July 24) only to me, the wife, after 6 weeks from documents approval. What can we do: wait for another email with the appointment for my husband? And what happen if it is in a different day? Can we ask to go on same day?
  21. Hi everyone. Who here has transitioned to AOS from K1 and K2 and has been approved for the greencard? Did both K1 and K2 undergo the interview? How was your experience? What questions did they ask??? And do everyone really go thru the interview? I’ve heard others didn’t have to go through the AOS interview and just received their card in the mail. TIA.
  22. So I know everyones K1 journey is always going to be different but I wanted to share mine for those whose anxieties run high at every moment. Honestly, most of the stress from this experience was all my own doing and pretty much everyone I ran into along the way was kind, honest and pleasant. The Medical So I am not one for doctors and nurses. I hate being in that kind of environment and I was convinced they would find something wrong, that I'd be turned away, rejected etc I don't enjoy being poked, prodded...I'm not the biggest fan of needles. So I went in with very little sleep expecting a huge ordeal. I turned up early and was told to take a seat in the waiting room until closer to my appointment time. I was surprised when I got to the waiting room by the atmosphere and buzz of everyone. Aside from this wonderful forum, it's easy to feel very alone on this journey. Even if friends and family are on board and ask about the process, it's still very much a process that not many people understand. So it was amazing to be sat in a room with everyone who was on the same page as you. People share their stories of how they met their loved ones, what their plans were. It felt very much like a room of unity. Everyone was excited to have finally got to this stage. Once I'd handed in my forms to the front desk and gave them the golden gift, I sat back down until I was called in by the nurse to talk about vaccines. Super friendly, she clearly explained what shots I needed, how much they cost, what my options were. I didn't have the funds to have the shots on the day but it is there if you decide to take them. I was then called in to have my chest x-ray by a very friendly and warm gentlemen, which only took a few minutes. After that I was seen by the doctor for my physical. I was expecting this to be long, thorough and invasive. It was far from it. She briefly checked my ears, mouth...then checked my arms and legs (presumably for self harm scars) and along my stomach. I wore a gown but at no point was I ever left feeling exposed. I had my blood sample taken which was quick and painless bar the needle insertion. I was then asked about my mental health. I had CBT about 11 years ago which was mentioned in my medical summary. She wanted more information on it and asked me to obtain additional information from my GP. Not going to lie, I had to hold back a panic attack thinking that something I did over a decade ago had potentially messed this up. She reassured me that it would probably be fine, they just need more information and to confirm that I'm not of risk to myself or others. I was given a sheet to take to my doctor and after a five minute wait or so, I was asked to pay up. All in all, it was a positive experience. No where near as bad as I thought it was going to be and I was kicking myself for losing so much sleep over it. The Interview I was lucky enough to have my beautiful partner with me for this. My appointment was at 10.30 and we got to the embassy just after 10. You essentially have to go through a security building before you can even access the main building and it's like being at an airport. You put all your bags into a tray that's scanned...and then go for a body scan. Again, I was surprised by how friendly everyone was (the security guard gave me a fist bump as he let us in). Once we got through the main building we stood in line for about a minute before our names were called. After verifying who we were we were told to go up to the first floor. From then on there was a LOT of waiting around. We were there about 2 1/2 hours but total time of being interviewed was maybe ten minutes. Our first point of call was handing in my passport and all relevant documentation which probably took longer than the actual interview. After a lot of waiting around we were called up for the interview. I was expecting it to be like immigration control at US airports where they can be very intimidating and study every bit of body movement and sound you make. Much to my surprise he was very welcoming and after a hand of oath, we were asked a total of 5 questions; how we met, when we met in person, how many times I went there, how many times she went here...I feel like there was one more question that maybe my better half can chime in with. But after those brief questions, we were all done. My medical had not been received at the embassy because of needing more information from the GP but I was told providing the medical was fine, my visa would be processed. And that was it!! So many nights of me stressing out, learning over 90 questions of what I may be asked. And it was just a brief 3 minute conversation about our relationship. The Visa After bugging my GP to get the additional information sent to Knightsbridge, my visa status changed from administrative processing to issued in the space of a couple of days. So after all these months of stress and wait, it's become a reality. It's official! We're getting married!! To to sum up, if you're freaking out about any of this...don't. Honestly, I know it's easy to do because no amount of me going through threads on here calmed me down. But really, it's such a relaxing, chilled out process. Everyone is in the same boat as you, no-one is trying to trip you up or look for ways to deny you. If you are honest about everything, you can't go wrong. If anyone wants to know any more, feel free to reply here or send me a message, I'm more than happy to help - Simon
  23. My embassy sometimes hands over 221g asking for co or joint sponsors (cant recall which one) at K1 Visa Interviews EVEN if you petitioner makes just over the poverty line but has no assets. I was told this over a year ago by a lawyer in Jordan. Well here I am and now i need help. 1. I dont show enough assets. I made just over 125% last year but only by $200. I dont want to chance it since Consualtes make it an individual decision based on the whole picture. I want to include a joint sponsor, my fiances uncle, who files his taxed jointly with his wife since both work. I understand I can only use one so... 2. Do I use the one who who made more of the two? 3. Do I have his uncle or uncles wife fill out anything else other than the I-134? I understand he will need supporting documents, etc but does he need anything else? Thank you!
  24. Hey everyone, So we just registered to get our interview and we are still waiting. Does anyone know how long the Johannesburg consulate takes to get the interview ball rolling?? Right now it states there are "No available appointments". Our email letter from the consulate on next steps for K-1 visa/instructions was sent on May 10th. Then it says something about 1-4 weeks to schedule interview from the date the NVC receives package from consulate, is this said "package" the DS-160 form?? I am totally lost on that bit. I am in hypervigilant mode and don't want to miss a thing! Thanks everyone for ANY help on these issues. Best, Megan
  25. Hi everyone! I'm starting this thread for those of us having their K1 interviews in Buenos Aires during the Argentinian summer. Let's keep each other posted on experiences, doubts, concerns and comments. Good luck!
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