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Thread: videotaping at the interview?

  1. #1
    I received my interview appointment letter today and it has this line below the interview time: "THIS INTERVIEW WILL BE VIDEO TAPED." Do they do this in every interview? or does this indicate something bad would happen, like detaining the interviewee on the spot?

  2. #2
    I received my interview appointment letter today and it has this line below the interview time: "THIS INTERVIEW WILL BE VIDEO TAPED." Do they do this in every interview? or does this indicate something bad would happen, like detaining the interviewee on the spot?

  3. #3
    Guest
    When I went for the interview, there was a camera facing us and there was no telling whether it was on because the interviewer came and called us and when we went in she just started right away.

    I think its best to assume that the interview will be taped. Dont assume the opposite because they can always nail you with video evidence which you cannot deny.

    So take this serious and have your stuff together on the interview day, but project a calm and confident demeanor.

  4. #4
    Guest
    When I went for the interview, there was a video camera facing us and there was no telling whether it was on because the interviewer came and called us and when we went in she just started right away.

    I think its best to assume that the interview will be taped. Dont assume the opposite because they can always nail you with video evidence which you cannot deny.

    So take this serious and have your stuff together on the interview day, but project a calm and confident demeanor.

  5. #5
    Our interview was definitely taped. The INS officer spent time at the beginning of our interview setting up and adjusting the camera. Because I married my husband after he was in removal proceedings, our I-130 was sent to the marriage fraud unit. I believe that the comment on the interview notice is standard, but from what I've been able to find out, they generally only tape those interviews where there is some question as to the validity of the marriage. I agree with Josto - be prepared and tell the truth. Then you should have nothing to worry about.

    BTW - our I-130 was approved.

  6. #6
    Guest
    when did you filed your i-130? and when did it approved?. please answer me.

  7. #7
    We filed the I-130 in August 2000. We were finally interviewed and approved in September 2003. However, because he is in removal proceedings, we need to have the immigration court grant the AOS.

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