Jai Ashes's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: Jai
Beneficiary's Name: Ashes
VJ Member: Jai Ashes
Last Updated: 2021-05-16
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Timeline Comments: 5
NewYorker14 on 2020-01-21 said:
Hi, would you mind sharing your interview experience? Please.
Jai Ashes on 2020-01-23 said:
Hi the interview process was smooth. Once we were inside we sat until we were called to a window, we presented passport sized photos for my fiance, my passport, they took my fiance's fingerprint any kind of divorce documents, birth certificate and some other things I don't recall. They did not ask for tax documents or I-134, they also didn't ask for updated proof of relationship, I'm assuming it is because I was at the interview. After the documents were submitted we sat back down to wait to be called again. during the actual interview we went to a different window that had a door, the interview asked a few questions, like how'd we meet, how long we've been together, they also asked if we've met each other's families and they asked about our wedding plans. The interviewer was kind and talked to us with a smile. I had the feeling that the decision was made before we walked into the second room. We were done by 10am. Also, if you are filing for kids as well, they'll want to see them, there's a small play area in the waiting room. You can't bring your cell phone or brief case, only your evidence, but they provide lockers on site. Hopefully this helps, let me know if you have any other questions.
NewYorker14 on 2020-01-26 said:
Thanks so much for the very detailed answer!
Jmeika on 2021-04-24 said:
Hello can you say how you paid your visa fee and how you knew when an appointment date was available?
Jai Ashes on 2021-05-16 said:
Hi, I sent you an email, I hope it helps.
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