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Thread: Interview

  1. #1
    Guest
    My husband and I got married in Dec 1, 1999. We had our interview in June 17, 2003. I am an American citizen. My husband arrived to US in 1997 as a visitor. He consulted with a lawyer, who changed his status to a student or at least the lawyers gave my husband papers as if he attanded a college. A year later the layers gave him papers as if he transfered to another school. He said that if my husband was asked if he attended those colleges, he should say that he did. At the interview my husband was asked about his status prior to marriage and, of course, he said that he was attending the school and signed a sworn statement that the officer had asked him to sign. Also my husband was arrested for resisting arrest, while we were married. I won't go into details about that, but I submitted a deposition to the officer and he seemed satistfied. Almost two months have passed since the interview and wed have not received an answer. Please advice on how long after the interview does it take to receive an answer. The marriage was in good will. I proposed to him. We dated for 1.5 years prior to marriage. We have a two-year-old daughter and I honestly don't want my husband to be deported.

  2. #2
    Guest
    My husband and I got married in Dec 1, 1999. We had our interview in June 17, 2003. I am an American citizen. My husband arrived to US in 1997 as a visitor. He consulted with a lawyer, who changed his status to a student or at least the lawyers gave my husband papers as if he attanded a college. A year later the layers gave him papers as if he transfered to another school. He said that if my husband was asked if he attended those colleges, he should say that he did. At the interview my husband was asked about his status prior to marriage and, of course, he said that he was attending the school and signed a sworn statement that the officer had asked him to sign. Also my husband was arrested for resisting arrest, while we were married. I won't go into details about that, but I submitted a deposition to the officer and he seemed satistfied. Almost two months have passed since the interview and wed have not received an answer. Please advice on how long after the interview does it take to receive an answer. The marriage was in good will. I proposed to him. We dated for 1.5 years prior to marriage. We have a two-year-old daughter and I honestly don't want my husband to be deported.

  3. #3
    Guest
    what makes you think your husband will be deported?

  4. #4
    Guest
    If the interview went well, there is nothing that you have to worry about. Just wait another few months. Normally it takes up until 6 months. Good luck.

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