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  • BronzeLady PLEASE: Interview Tips for Waiver I-751 case

    Bronzelady,

    As and admirer of yours because of your knowledge of the Immigration laws and procedures I would like to ask you any tips/recommendations/things I should have in mind for an interview on a I-751 waiver case.

    I don't have an interview appointment yet, but due to the nature of my case [marriage ended in divorce] I will most likely be called for one, and according to the last processing dates issued by VSC that should be ocurring pretty soon [within this month or the next one].

    What do Officers try to look into these type of cases since only the alien has to be present? Will showing a lot of documentation be enough to have an easy-going interview?

    Will the fact that I am 22 years old, full time college student, that is doing okey also working full time [I consider myself a productive person] that has no criminal record whatsoever and has been a good resident be put into the balance in order to make a determination?

    How does the gender of the officer could impact my interview and its outcome? Do you think a male officer would be more sympatetic to me?

    In advance I appreciate your kind response,

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    Bronzelady,

    As and admirer of yours because of your knowledge of the Immigration laws and procedures I would like to ask you any tips/recommendations/things I should have in mind for an interview on a I-751 waiver case.

    I don't have an interview appointment yet, but due to the nature of my case [marriage ended in divorce] I will most likely be called for one, and according to the last processing dates issued by VSC that should be ocurring pretty soon [within this month or the next one].

    What do Officers try to look into these type of cases since only the alien has to be present? Will showing a lot of documentation be enough to have an easy-going interview?

    Will the fact that I am 22 years old, full time college student, that is doing okey also working full time [I consider myself a productive person] that has no criminal record whatsoever and has been a good resident be put into the balance in order to make a determination?

    How does the gender of the officer could impact my interview and its outcome? Do you think a male officer would be more sympatetic to me?

    In advance I appreciate your kind response,

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    • #3
      gender of the interviewer doesn't matter. How good a person you are doesn't matter either. What matters is does the interviewer believe that your intent was to stay married. Also, it is not guaranteed that you will have an interview (although, from what I understand, most are). I hope you have evidence.

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      • #4
        Bronzelady,

        Thanks for your response. I still have faith/hope that I will get approved without an interview. I have nothing to be afraid of should I be call for one, it is just the experience of having my life at stake in one day. It is unbelievable stressful.

        Any tip to have the officer be friendlier ?

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        • #5
          Hi Aguila,

          I think you should definitely visit this link as you might find lot of info on interview tips that you are looking for.... Good luck... Pasha

          http://www.immigrationlinks.com/newstips.htm

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          • #6
            Pasha:

            Thanks for the link. I have visited that website before is extremely resourceful. Unfortunately there is no info that relates to my particular situation.

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            • #7
              If CIS officer is a lady, you should "give her the eye" and say, "Hey, Baaaaaaby, you ever had hot, exotic, Latin lovvvvvvvver?"
              Sweet Madame Belu

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              • #8
                Hey Aguila; PLEASE follow Jo's advice because I would love to see the result. It is typical of Jo's advice. It would work for me, but that's different. Nobody wants a wetback; everyone loves Americans.

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                • #9
                  Michael, I saw your pic. If you said that to me, I wouldn't know whether to laugh my a s s off or b a r f!


                  (Why they sensor b a r f?)
                  Sweet Madame Belu

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                  • #10
                    The only way Michael's back gets wet is when his rubber doll springs a leak.

                    Rubber baby bigot banger

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                    • #11
                      aguila,

                      friendly is not important. A lot of people think if the officer is not friendly that means problems for them. You can be professional without being overly friendly. Now if you have someone that's hostile to you that's a different story. Contrary to popular belief, most of the officers are ambivalent about these cases. When you handle the quantity of cases that they handle, you tend to step back. If you don't how could you ever deny the people that need to be denied? After all, even a criminal or someone who doesn't make enough to support themselves has a story and a family who can be adversely affected by a denial. Professional AND friendly is nice (and does happen from time to time) but so long as you have professional that's the best you can ask for.

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                      • #12
                        Jo:

                        In the Newark, NJ USCIS office most of the officers there are from hispanic background so I don't think your tip would work there

                        In regards to the post on my other thread, if you meet me I don't think you would have a vomit smile

                        Bronzelady,

                        Once again thank you for your insight. I hope that when you meant that officers are 'ambivalent' to these type of cases, you did not mean that they feel repulsed to approve these type of cases.

                        I know you are very familiar with the NYC office, do you have any knowledge about the officers from Newark?

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                        • #13
                          Aguila:

                          Why your line won't work with Hispanic ladies? I thought you were oozing with machismo, an unctious guy like you.

                          Send me your pic, I will tell you if I b a r f e d or not.
                          Sweet Madame Belu

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                          • #14
                            3 Reply's here from the Schmoe character offering nothing of substance - if you have nothing to offer, then shut your pie hole.

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                            • #15
                              Jo:

                              Because they would not find me 'exotic' but rather plain and simple

                              Do you have ICQ?

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