A Few Tips for the Fiancé Visa Interview

17 May 2018

Hasaan asks: “My interview date is April 26 for a K1. Any tips? I’m a paid user.”

They’re trying to determine if they think this is legitimate. So you want to be as forthcoming as possible. One major thing they’re looking for would be any signs of deceit or manipulation, so you want to try and be as genuine as you can. You’re probably going to be nervous – and they expect that to some extent. But if you’re visibly too nervous, that could be a red flag. So if you know you’re the nervous type, try to get some good rest and be prepared to be thrown off your game.

If you don’t know the answer to something, say you don’t know. This is a fiance visa, it’s not a situation that you’ve been married for 10 years, so if they ask you an oddball question about where your fiance went to high school and you don’t know, just say “I don’t know… We’ve never talked about that topic.” Really, you want to come off genuine and honest – that’s the best you can do. They’ve already got your background. They’ve already got all the documents. They’ve already done a background check on you at this point.

All you’re doing now is going in there so they can have a look at you and make an assessment if they think you’re honest and your intentions are true. Just try and be yourself, be respectful and answer the questions.

For more tips, please see: 5 Tips for a Successful K-1 Fiance Visa Embassy Interview



Disclaimer: The information herein is not intended as legal advice and is provided for general information only.Questions involving interpretation of specific U.S. laws should be addressed to an attorney and/or government officials.

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