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ciso89     06/19/2017 06:31 AM

Hi everybody, I am from Brazill and spent 7 years in the US working and studying, all legally. Upon my return to my home country (that was inevitable), my student visa got denied. My boyfriend and I were devastated...that was a little over a month ago. We talked as soon as this happened and decided we did not want to be apart. We dated for 5 months after having known each other from work for about 6 months at the time (so we've known each other for about a year). We haven't met each others families yet and are currently in the process of getting things together to apply for a K-1 visa. We have a lot of evidence that we've been talking since I came back (text/FB/whatsapp, videocall screenshots), some emails). We also have a few pictures together (about 70), including a group pic we took at my place on Christmas of 2016 (posted on FB , so the date shows). So, we can prove our relationship is real, although we don't have tons of family pictures or big events since our relationship is recent, but my real concern is: after having a denied visa, will the immigration conclude this is just an attempt to return to the US? We are in love and can't wait to be together, but we're worried this background story might become a silly red flag that can doom our application. We're working with a lawyer down here and she's making it seem like it's an easy case, but then we talked to a guy in the US who told us our case is weak, and he recommends my fiance comes down here to meet my family and make the engagement official (to show our real intent to get married). Is this necessary? I don't know in who to trust to handle my case at this point and am concerned we might be doomed just because our story isn't a beautiful and long courtship that happened while the both of us were overseas. Our story isn't "perfect" on paper (which shows it's real! LOL), but our intent to get married and build a life in the US is 100% real. So, any thoughts??? Thanks so much in advance for your time!

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NYCQueens     05/15/2017 18:38 PM

Hello everyone!

Today I received my Green Card in the mailbox and I would like to share a complete timeline with you in case it is of any help to a few people.

My spouse had filed the I-129F form on 7/15/2016 and my K-1 Visa was approved on 12/13/2016 and sent to a pick up location overseas where I previously lived on 12/21/2016. I could’ve had the K-1 Visa received by mid-November 2016 but certain delays could not be avoided on my side.

I entered the United States with a K-1 Fiancée Visa and got married within the 90-day window. Following that, I filed all the necessary paperwork to Register Permanent Residence (Form I-485 based on an Approved Form I-129F Petition for Alien Fiancée) and be granted Employment Authorization (Form I-765 -? Eligibility Category: C09)

The timeline is as follows:

1/18/2017: Sent all the necessary paperwork to the USCIS Chicago Lockbox
1/20/2017 (Day 0): Paperwork delivered to USCIS
1/27/2017: Check was cashed
1/30/2017: Received two (2) Forms I-797C, Notice of Action (one (1) for each case) in which I was allocated a USCIS Alien Number and indicating that the cases have been received by their office (National Benefits Center, P.O. Box 648003, Lee’s Summit, MO 64002) and are in process.
2/03/2017: Received Form I-797C, Notice of Action scheduling my biometrics appointment
2/14/2017: Biometrics captured/taken at the Application Support Center in Long Island City, Queens, NY as scheduled and Form I-797C (ASC Appointment Notice) was stamped
4/6/2017 (Day 76): Raised a SR for EAD over the phone
4/18/2017 (Day 88): EAD Approved
4/27/2017 (Day 97): Received EAD card in the mailbox (NOT a Combo card)

4/28/2017: Sent all the necessary paperwork for I-131 (AP) to USCIS Chicago Lockbox. I included a letter which showed my timeline and in which I explained that as my I-485 application is still pending, I am applying for an AP (multiple trips) to allow me to visit my parents and relatives in case of an emergency. In the end, I requested that “IN CASE MY I-485 APPLICATION FOR PERMANENT RESIDENCY HAS STILL NOT BE PROCESSED BY USCIS AS OF TODAY, I WOULD GREATLY APPRECIATE IF YOU COULD PROCESS MY APPLICATION FOR THE ADVANCE PAROLE DOCUMENT (I-131) OR THE PERMANENT RESIDENCY (I-485).” In that same letter, I also explained that “THE DATE OF INTENDED DEPARTURE (filled out on my I-131 application) IS ONLY AN INDICATIVE DATE, AS I DO NOT INTEND TO TRAVEL OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES BEFORE MY I-485 APPLICATION IS APPROVED, UNLESS AN EMERGENCY SITUTATION OCCURS. THE EXPECTED LENGTH OF MY TRIP WILL NOT BE MORE THAN 25 DAYS.”

5/02/2017: Paperwork for I-131 (AP) delivered to USCIS

5/04/2017 (Day 104): I had scheduled an Info pass appointment at Federal Plaza field office to ask about my I-485 case status. Officer was very kind and willing to check in their internal system. She informed me that my case had been received by the field office that same day (I couldn’t see that online on uscis.gov). I explained to her that I had already been interviewed 5 months earlier in the U.S. Embassy when I applied for the K-1 Visa, my biometrics had been successfully taken 3 months earlier and I had passed all background checks as I had received my EAD card. She seemed to understand and told me that processing could take from a couple of days to a few months.

5/09/2017 (Day 109): Green Card Approved (I-485 application)

5/15/2017 (Day 115): Received Green Card (I-551) in the mailbox

I truly believe that, the fact that I had not initially applied for an AP but only did after I received my EAD (and while my I-485 was still pending) explaining the purpose of my application, gave a huge boost (time wise) to the processing of my I-485 case. The info pass appointment could’ve also been a positive factor in the whole process as the officer or one of her colleagues might’ve looked into my case after my departure from the field office (my case was approved 5 days later). The fact that I initiated the appointment and showed up for a face to face meeting can also be perceived as a “nothing to hide” applicant. Every time I contacted USCIS (SR for my EAD, I-131 application with a letter requesting for my I-485 processing if possible, info pass appointment explaining my case and requesting my I-485 application to be processed if possible), a few days later I had a positive outcome. It seems hard to believe that this is just a coincidence as it happened, not once, not twice, but three times.

My advice from my personal experience is as follows: Always be 100% honest and kind in your communication with USCIS whether it is by phone, mail or face to face. If possible, try to pursue the K-1 Visa path. It seems to be a much faster way for people to register permanent residency as they are being interviewed in the U.S. Embassy abroad before entering the United States and applying for I-485. Therefore, after applying for I-485, the interview in a United States field office will probably get waived by USCIS (https://www.uscis.gov/policymanual/HTML/PolicyManual-Volume7-PartA-Chapter5.html) and your I-485 case will be processed much faster, unless there are red flags in your case (marriage fraud, background check issues, etc). Try to include as much information and proof as possible when you send your K-1 file to USCIS and the U.S. Embassy overseas.

Also, regardless of which path better suits your situation, devote as much time as needed to build yourself a strong case. I respect immigration lawyers and any other legitimate profession, but I believe that no one has more interest in your case that yourselves. Read the USCIS instructions carefully, gather all required documents, gather all other documents that strongly support your case (joint medical insurance coverage, sufficient sponsor income, sponsor’s last year’s tax returns, joint bank account, etc.) prepare your package, review the package carefully before mailing it out, have a loved and trusted family member/friend review it as well and then send it to USCIS for processing.

Good Luck to everyone!!!

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jalapeno75     04/24/2017 06:44 AM

If you and your SO (significant other) are about to embark in this long complex journey of applying the K1 visa.. please feel free to contact me.

My fiancé and I are about to send our I-129F packets in a few days, we are both nervous and would like to share our experiences with others who are on the same boat..

If you have just sent your packet and are waiting for the approval, feel free also to chat with me.

We don't know what to expect along the way, so for those who are waaaay ahead of us, we look to you for tips and answers too.

Thank you in advance,

I look forward to hearing from all of you.


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iammariagraciac     04/18/2017 03:15 AM

I had my interview yesterday, April 17, 2017. My schedule was 7:10 am.

it was a smooth process.

First is initial screening with a Filipino Consul. She asked for my NBI, CENOMAR, NSO BITH CERT and MEDICAL from ST. Lukes.

She asked me the following:
1. my name and birthday
2. name of petitioner and how I am related to him
3. She confirmed that I was never married (I have 2 kids) - I said no I was never married
4. How I met my petitioner (I said we were childhood friends, lived in the same neighborhood and went to the same school until he had to leave for the states when we were in 5th grade.
5. When did you get reunited - we started talking on FB last June of 2016 and got engaged October of 2016.
6.Countries I've been to and confirmed that they were all for travel purposes and not work.
7. She told me to have the photos and evidence ready for the interview.

American Consul - Finger Printing, confirmation of port of entry (I said NY)

AMerican Consul
1. Oath Taking - to affirm that all information I will give him are true and correct.
2. He took a pink folder out which contains all documents that were submitted by my fiance.
3. He was typing on his computer for good 10 seconds and then asked me for my full name and how I met my fiance. My answer was just short and direct. Same answer I told the Fil Consul.
4. Then he closed the folder and said okay, we will approve your visa an this should be ready in 10 days! Wohooooo!

Just like all of us here, I prepared a scrapbook, more like a photo album but he did not bother to ask me for it.

Good luck to whoever is reading this and I hope it helps! :)

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madhuvemuri     02/21/2017 21:05 PM

I have processed B2 Visa from India to my In laws last month and they got VISA also. At that time we will get one NEFT transfer account to pay VISA fee online. I have added that temporary account to my Bank Payees list and I forgot to delete it.

Today, by mistake I have transfered some amount from one of my banks account to that as NEFT transfer. As per my knowledge the temporary VISA account will expire once we pay the fee and receipt was created OR once get the VISA after the appointment.

My question is will I get my money back as the account was expired or not exists? If not, can some help how to proceed further to get my money back.

Any help or suggestion would be appreciated.


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bruceturner1     11/27/2016 00:17 AM

K1 Interview in Bogota, October 2016

In order to increase the probability of my fiancee passing her K1 interview in Colombia, I thought it important to have a firm understanding of how the process evolves specific to the one consulate that performs the interviews: Bogota. So, prior to my fiancee's interview, I extensively searched the internet to see how the interview would take place. I found legal services that promoted themselves as authoritative on how to prepare for an interview, but they were quite generic, and I would bet almost none had ever participated in an up to date Colombian interview. And, first and foremost, I was searching for information specific to Bogota. I did find about four testimonials, but I can now say, after having participated in the interview process, their information was stale. Over the past five or so years there have been substantial changes.

So, I try to offer you a detailed and up to date understanding of how the K1 Bogota interview proceeds. Know that all consulates operate differently, and that my only intention is to give you a firm understanding of what happens specific to this one consulate. For instance, I read that some consulates do not allow the petitioner to even enter their grounds, not alone present for the interview. Also know, my experiences are limited to one morning at the consulate, and that I am not a professional who seeks any reward for what I present. I simply write to help others. No one wants a negative outcome at their interview! The investment of love, time, and money is great to even get to the point of being granted an interview, so if I can help tip someone's hand towards greater success, I am happy for that. Keeping all this in mind, let us proceed . . .

I would get to the interview about two hours early at the very most. An hour and a half would be ideal. It is not helpful to present too early. As you read on you will understand why.

Initially, you will stand in a cluster along a short line of shanty buildings across the street from the consulate, which is blocked by a large black iron fence outside a grassy area. You are called to proceed forward by blocks of time; somewhere around one hour prior to each hour of the clock. We were scheduled for 8 am, but left this area at 7. An attendant will summon everyone and walk you to the next stop.

If you arrive late, you can bypass the cluster next to the buildings and follow your way around the black iron fence next to the freeway. There you will come to a temporary gate where an attendant is. You can get help here.

Your hour group is lead by security around a portion of the perimeter stopping just forward of an iron gate. At this point you form a line generally based upon your appointment time. Here several workers will give you a list of the paperwork the consulate wishes to review, as well as their order. I never found any of the workers to be less than fully helpful and kind, and they are obviously Colombian natives. Count on them only speaking Spanish! Once they quickly review your papers and have you shuffle them into correct order, they give you a green initialed sticky paper circle to wear.

By the way, a substantial number of the papers the consulate asks for in their mailed preappointment packet, as of our interview date, they did not ask for, or in any way review. I would highly recommend you take everything included in your List Of Documents instruction page, and then be happy when they do not ask to see all! For those in the line today, they did not take any fiancee divorce papers. Also, they only took two of the six fiancee passport pictures. Do make sure your fiancee's name is written on the back of these pictures! They did not take the translation of the fiancee birth certificate. And, though one was required in our case, they did not take any baptismal papers (or anything else to corroborate the birth certificate). They did not take a copy of my employment verification, or any of my pay stubs. However, they did take four months of my checking account statements, though I am not self employed, and my most recent 1040. I had older 1040's, but they were not interested.

So, for our October interview, they required the following papers: fiancee passport, two fiancee pictures with her name on the back, a certified birth certificate less the translation, a police certificate less the translation, evidence of support form (make sure the petitioner signs!), the thicker of the two medical packets given at the end of the exam (unopened!), the petitioner's certificated divorce papers, their last 1040, and several months of the petitioner's checking account statements. Obviously, this is a much more streamlined approach than what is found in the consulate instruction packet 3,4 under List of Documents.

You are then ushered into a small room where security insures you have a paper circle, while you place your removable belongings, to include your belt but not your shoes, through a metal detector. This is mostly as you would do in an airport. You will also pass through a metal sweep. By the way, security allows cell phones to pass through, despite what your consulate instructions say. Once through that, you pass a dorr and are finally inside the consulate grounds.

Now, everything you access is outside, and while many areas are sheltered only from above, some are not. There are clean bathrooms, and a small concession stand. Upon entering, you will be shown from a series of seats completely dependent upon your appointment time, where to sit. Once again, a worker will examine your papers, and insure they are in the correct order.

In short time you will be given a numbered ard and called into a small line located close to your seat. Once your card number is called, you then step forward to your first window. The windows throughout are completely the same. The glass is virtually all inclusive, and only allow a few sheets of paper to be passed through an underneath slot. You can only communicate via one phone hanging next to each window. Everything is very rudimentary.

Here a consulate official reviews your records and inputs information into a computer. When done they give you another card with a number. The officials ask a few questions of the fiancee, to simply clarify what paperwork they review. These individuals speak fluent Spanish as well as English. Expect the conversation to be completely in Spanish, unless you request otherwise.

You are then directed to the opposite side of the grounds where there is a long series of windows and seats. There will be a very long line on your far right side. These are people applying for B1/B2 visas, Student visas, and the like. You do not wait in this line. Simply take a seat on their opposite side and wait for your number to be called.

Once you advance to a window your interview begins and hopefully ends here! Our interview lasted all of two minutes. The officer only asked these questions: how many times had I visited my fiancee in Colombia, and for what duration (three times for a total of 28 days)? How did we meet (through YouTube)? What was my profession (expanded dental hygienist)? The complete conversation was in Spanish. During that time the officer took my fiancee's fingerprints through a little box on the left side of the window. I was standing next to my fiancee throughout the interview, and though the officer knew I was there, she never required my participation.

There has been much internet discussion on how helpful it is for the petitioner to be present for the K1 Bogota interview. I can tell you that the two ladies immediately before us came alone, and both passed with fairly quick interviews of about five total minutes each. I saw at least one other lady pass her interview unaccompanied. She approached a different window. I do not have any sense of how long her interview was. I did see where one unaccompanied young lady failed, but again, I have no sense of how long her interview lasted. Just generally watching all the lines, I can certainly say that most passed their interview. And, you can tell when someone passes, because they will leave the window less their passport.

I was surprised by the small amount of time the consulate officers spent reviewing the packets prior to the interview. When they did so, they would walk out of view from their window. The interviewers I watched spent two minutes or less. Taking this into account, and also considering the limited logistics created by the window, I submit that your initial material submitted to the USCIS should be especially comprehensive yet concise in showing the solid depth of your relationship.

After experiencing all of this, without a doubt the petitioner need not be present for a positive outcome. However, if there are questions that arise about the petitioner's financials, or anything else that would likewise require clarification, the fiancee will not fail the interview, but a second interview with the attendance of the petitioner will probably be necessary. All things being equal, I think the presence of the petitioner, provided no clarifications are needed, advances only a slightly more favorable outcome.

About the demeanor of the embassy personnel, again, those you encounter outside in the courtyard will be nothing less than helpful and very polite. They are limited to their native language. I actively observed a handful of officers at the window, and while a few seemed to be quite jovial and engaging, a minority seemed curt and would probably not be the type you would ever wish to share even a short luncheon date with! :-(

About what to wear to the interview. I have read over and over to not wear jeans. Wrong! Three of those that quickly passed wore jean outfits. My fiancee was dressed completely in jeans. Certainly I would recommend a tidy and coordinated outfit, but I think anything beyond that is very much like having the petitioner present; in a case where benefit of the doubt is required, it may just put your over the top. Better than anything, however, is simply being prepared with the proper paperwork, and giving short, sensible answers to all questions.

At the end of the interview you will be told of the outcome. If it is favorable, they will keep your fiancee's passport for a turn around of about two weeks, to include weekends. Their web site touts a turn around of three to five days, but we know of one other fiancee who also passed the interview, and it has been a week and a half and she has yet to receive her visa. Our officer volunteered to send the visa back to us via courier, at no cost. Earlier, we had not signed up for that service. In exactly two weeks my fiancee's visa was ready, but needed to be picked up at the consulate (ASC). Whatever method of delivery, you will receive an email announcement from the site

I hope all of the details above were helpful! The most important ideas I can communicate to you, considering my reading and limited practical experience, are these:

1. Though they do not ask for everything, have ALL of your paperwork ready as listed on your instruction packet of 3 of 4 under List of Documents. Do consult my writing above as to what they do not ask for. If you make an appointment and do not have these items, from what I have read, go to the interview anyway. If they do request those papers lacking, your fiancee may still pass the interview. However, a visa will not be issued until the necessary paperwork is provided.
2. It does not help to present inordinately early.
3. If it is winter, wear warm clothes. Your stay will be completely outside. Jeans are fine, but be somewhat prudent in how you dress. Use common sense. Also, cell phones are allowed.
4. Count on all interactions with the consulate personnel being in Spanish. That includes the officers, unless you request otherwise.
5. If you have extra material you wish to show the officers, make sure it is a stapled few pages, and not larger than legal sized paper. Only then (at least unfolded) will it slide under the window. Do not count on showing things through the glass!
6. Stay calm. Practice your questions! From all I have read, for sure they will ask the questions I referred to above. Really, the process is straightforward, and not intended to be difficult.
7. Be sure the original package you send to USCIS is well constructed and presents a detailed, qualitative, yet precise presentation of your meetings. If you can include Skype or email logs, that is helpful. All of this will certainly make your interview easier! Keep in mind, it takes more effort for the interviewer to review newer information than it does older, because of the time it takes to pass information through the small windows, time to collate on their side, and the fact that they have already invested the time to review your initial packet.
8. Submit a strong set of 10 pictures! A few should include the fiancee's family. Best if they show an imprinted camera date. Make sure everyone is smiling and having fun! Anything of questionable taste should be removed.
9. Present for success at the interview! And, though the process is arduous, costly, and takes time, look beyond this and feel happy that you have the chance to tell the tale of how you met, where you have been, and where you will go. This is your moment to show that you have real love and affection for your chosen person!

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yufayvwanfor fayveytwan     09/19/2016 04:20 AM


I have been approved a k1 interview here in Manila Sept. 8, then for a few days the status on the CEAC website is READY. on Sept. 14 the status changed to AP. It turns out that they forgot to take my old passport with existing B1/B2 visa for cancellation.
I then mailed the passport to them on the same day that I received the notice. Have not heard from then since, nor has my status in CEAC changed.

My derivative (02) application for my son is updated every day even though he will not be applying for an interview you can see the date changes daily.

I have seen comments of people in AP and I know it lasts anywhere from days to weeks even months. I just didn't expect to be put in this situation given that my case was pretty straightforward, and not being able to follow up someone puts me in worry-mode.

I should have remembered to give them my old passport when I was approved, it slipped my mind the moment the CO told me I was approved. Tried to re-enter 3x but was turned down by different personnel saying the normally cancel visas online and there is no need for me to hand the old passport to them. I just feel helpless knowing that I knew something about the process and I could have prevented this in the first place, but the situation and the surroundings were not much of help.

***sigh*** anyone who has been in the same boat, or who is like me now in this predicament please feel free to share-

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77Ely     08/03/2016 16:35 PM

Hi. I applied for my fiance visa in London, I am originally from South America but I met my boyfriend in London, as I was based in the Uk I had to do all the process there.
We got a lawyer from California, who did help a lot in filling the forms, assessing each step and clarifying information to us.
We started our process on November 2015, my boyfriend at that time had to get lots of form from his work, we had to provide a lot of documents, so we started organizing all the documents.
I will suggest to you to read this website and https://travel.state.gov/content/visas/en/immigrate/family/fiance-k-1.html
as I did,so you will have step by step.
A couple of weeks later I got a letter from the US embassy in London that the petition from my fiance has been approved (Form I -29) so the next step was get an appointment and get ready more documents.
-Completed Form DS-160,
A passport valid for travel.
Divorce or death certificate(s) of any previous spouse.
Police certificates from your present country of residence and all countries where you have lived for six months or more since age 16
Medical examination (vaccinations are optional, see below)
Evidence of financial support (Form I-134, Affidavit of Support, may be requested from my fiance)
Two (2) 2x2 photographs.
Evidence of relationship with your U.S. citizen fiancé(e)
Payment of fees to the embassy

I applied online to get my appointment, meanwhile I was doing my medical check and the most difficult one was to get my police certificate, as some countries have different kind of police certificate and I had to ask to a family member as I don't have parents to do all that paper work in my country to get 2 different docs. for one of those I needed a letter from the embassy from my country and in my country had to be legalized to do the process, was painful that part.
My interview was on February, I had all my documents ready 2 weeks before, the medical check was easy and is a normal check, do not worry or stress, the staff in London are very professional and it was quick; I didn't have my vaccination card but in a blood test (Private)they can tell you which vaccination you already had so I showed in the medical exam my card with all the information. They said that they will send in a closed envelope to the embassy.
Interview at 8 am in the USA embassy from London

I arrived to the embassy 50 min before,7:10 am and the queue was long, as I had a letter from them with me they let me go in quick, I went trough the security, they check your belongings and they let you go in, in the door at the reception they will give you a ticket, that is the number you have to wait to see on the screen. At the embassy there is coffee and snacks so you can buy inside. I wasn't waiting long until they call my number, so I showed to the lady some documents, she sent me to seat and I will be called again, I was called after very long 10:45, then I gave some documents in another window, I got my medical results and a CD with my x ray, she said I have to give this envelope on July 2016 in the adjustment of my status, then she sent me to seat again and wait, 11:05 my number again on the screen and my interview, easy questions and some pictures, then was approved. ( How we met, what he was doing here, if I traveled to the USA, times we met , etc)
I flew to the USA on 3rd of March, I was nervous and at the POE they did check my passport, I had to provide the envelope, and literally are all your documents but has to be sealed, do not open. They officer has to open there. He didn't ask me much just why I was coming and said welcome to the US

I got married on 18 March, then we sent all the forms for the adjustment of my status on 18 of April I guess, and the certified copy from the marriage certificate took some week to be sent to home.
Few weeks after I got a letter for my finger print and picture
Then a letter to authorize me to work and few days later my card to work
Then some weeks later a letter for our interview.
Between all the letters you might get letters from them to let you know that your application is in process.

Today was our interview, and we were a bit nervous, but all went smoothly.
If is a true relationship you should be just fine, my husband and I watched few videos about questions on the day of your interview, and we asked questions each other, our attorney was also explaining us how it will be and Today finally was approved.
My husband and I we are so happy.

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Lovinderpreet Singh     07/21/2016 04:26 AM

I'm an applicant and my interview was on 14 July 2016
Me and my fiancée are in relationship since February 2014 and she filed me a petition on February 2016
She visited me in Indian every six months. This was her 3 visit to me to accompany in my interview. We had all the evidence all our chat records all our travel records every paper work is in order. We meet all the requirements. She already meet my parents 3 times and our relationship is already accepted by all our family members. Every thing was in perfect order.
Our petition got approved by USCIS every thing went smoothly
13 July was my biometric it was went good
14 July was my interview. Me and fiancée walked towards the window when we heard our service N127 number.
The interviewer was a man. He don't even introduced himself and no wearing badge, so we didn't even know his name.
He asked me who is with me. I reply "she is my fiancée and petitioners. He asked my fiancée name and where she lives. After that question, the interviewers order to sit my fiancée to place that we are waiting in a long hours of time.
My fiancée was wondering why the interviewer told her to sit down while she was permitted to accommodate me in my interview. Before this date interview happen, I called Delhi Embassy if my fiancée can come to my interview and they said yes as long as she can provide her U.S citizenship and valid passport.
My fiancée come to India to accompanied me for my interview, but the interviewer ordered her to sit down.
My interview was begun. There was some questions that I can't express probably but most I answered. Interviewers asked me to show our pictures, besides that he didn't even ask for more evidence of ours.
He let ordered me to sit for few minutes, then he called me again. Interviewer says " I'm sorry but I can't see your BONAFIDE relationship here.
My fiancée got up and walk towards the window. She asked " officer? What was wrong?
Interviewer said " sir I'm sorry instead to explain my fiancée. My fiancée keep asking to the interviewer.
My fiancée told the interviewer, that I came here from U.S to accompanied my fiancé, you didn't even talked to me, you don't even treated me as his fiancé! Is just because of the gap of our age or my past? ( my fiancée become emotional.
She want to talks more but I advised my fiancée to let's go.
When we reached the hotel where we stayed, my fiancée was crying out loud and she was very emotional.
She said, she feels that she mistreated, being ignored while I was struggling during my interview. My fiancée asked me to dial the embassy number. Someone answers and my fiancée explained ours situation and how she's feels.
After that we packed our stuff and started to drive going back my house while we both crying. It was 6 hours drive back home.
The following day July 15 we received the email from SUPPORT TRAVEL.IND.Docs.
It was stated that my case is opened and escalated being reviewed. The next day of July 16 2016 according to the updates, my case was in the DEPARTMENT OF STATE for adjudicative reviewed.
Then now July 21 2016, my case was reported returned to the NVC. Beforehand, I didn't received any letters after my interview from this interviewer. He never hand me anything only my passport.

So plz advise us something coz my fiancée still with me at my home and we are very stressed

Waiting for your kind response

Thank you so much

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