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  • How was your wife's experience of the whole process? I know it was quite some work with papers and all to get me over here. I was kind of nervous when I had to go to my interview at the American embassy in Copenhagen, but it wasn't quite as rough as some people's posts to alt.visa*something made it out to be.

    But yeah, it does seem like very little notice to get for the interview itself.
    • Well, my wife was already here as a student when we got married. After she left school we immediately applied for a green card. The whole thing has been really simple so far. We hired a lawyer and basically we just had to collect some paperwork.

      But it probably makes a big that she was already legally in the country.