I had been called for interview on 23rd Aug at Dhaka USA embassy. I am a DV 2012 applicant from Bangladesh and my DS-230, 122 form and pgotograph was received by KCC on 24th July 2012. 9th August I received 2NL and my interview was 23rd Aug.
My interview was so far good. I was able to submit all papers/documents that they have asked. After the interview Consular Officer said "you will get visa. your interview is successful. but we need time to complete our official work. This is Normal."
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On sep 5th, I arrived at the embassy 06.30am for my interview, but waited till 11am before being interviewed as the cashier was not at her desk for me to make my visa payment.
good morning sir I replied
do you swear that everything you have written in the forms and you will say this morning is true? I answered yes
what is your name? I answered
you are .... Years old right? ..... Yes
why did you apply for dv lottery in the first place.......... I answered
where were you when you applied.... I answered
I have looked at this forum a million times throughout my journey and have found it sooo amazingly helpful I thought I would share my experience in the hopes that it might help some people.
ur interview was schedule for 29th of May , 2012 at the U.S Embassy Accra Ghana.I entered the lottery with my wife and two kids.We got to the embassy around 6:30am and at 7:00am we were made to enter,paid our fees which was $330x4 ,submitted our documents and after our tumb prints were taken we were asked to wait for the C.O to call our name.Around 9:00am our name was called to report at window 5,this was what happened.
CO:When did you get married
CO:what do you do at the moment
CO:Who supports you
- On may 7th I had my Interview. It did not go so well and I do not understand why? I am an F1 student, I have never worked outside campus or on campus, I had no criminal record. The interviewer asked me bunch of yes or no questions and only looked at my current passport and I-94, nothing else.