We just finished our interview and are requested for more documents. Does it mean they doubt about our marriage and will do home-visit?
It is difficult to say from the limited information you have provided.
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All of the above. Impossible to guess or accurately predict, even if we knew more details of your case.
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There are several factors which affect a marriage based case. Someone reporting anything fishy to them also can lead to a home-visit. An immigration consultation would be required to further evaluate your case. Good luck!