I was 2 hours late because I got lost which was no problem for them, I would advise anyone else to use the train though, it is MUCH easier and cheaper, especially with parking (and the hour it took me to find my car afterwards).
I first had to have my fingerprints taken, while she checked my passport and form. I then was told to wait. Then I went in a long queue to be interviewed, you are standing up and the person interviewing you behind the glass is also standing.
I was asked what the explanation was on my form, I answered "because I overstayed on my last visit" the man then said "for how long" and I answered "49 days". He asked me why I overstayed and I explained "I was not aware that I was not able to extend, he joked and wagged his finger at me.
He asked these questions and these are my answers:
Why do you want a B2 visa?
Because I would like to be able to visit in laws and friends with my spouse, he is moving here to the UK, and as much as I wouldn't like to admit it, I missed my family while I was gone, and I don't want him to have to travel alone to visit.
Has your husband already moved here?
No, he is waiting for his interview.
What do you do?
I have a new job starting wednesday (I showed him my letter for the job).
What does your husband do?
He is visiting here at the moment, he doesn't have a job here yet because we applied for the wrong visa when he first came here.
Why did you overstay?
I was confused when the officer at the border told me not to overstay but to ask for an extension, I think I was also a little crazy-headed after just getting married.
And you live with your parents?
Yes, my siblings and I all help to look after my mother, she has recently had a stroke, although she doesn't feel like she needs the help, she even offered to drive me here!
He didn't ask me for any other proof, he wasn't strict, harsh, scary etc. He made me feel comfortable because I was comfortable with him. I was terrified, but just glad that the day had came.