I am Iranian. My case is F2A (spouses of green card holder ). I did my interview Oct 2016. My case undergone admin processing (background check) since then. Now, I have received an email from embassy they asked me to go for another interview. I am so worried and concern since I have no idea what this coming interview is about. The embassy even did not ask me to do my medical examination this time as well.
Please inform me if there is any information that can help me to be prepared for this second interview.
Cannot speculate. Go and find out. Could be, among others, to ask you about your family's background, for instance if have any relatives who are members of Pasdaran, any other official or semi-official gov. agency; your military service (if any); etc., etc.
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Have a Skype consultation with an attorney.
It is possible that they're merely looking for reasons to grant/deny a waiver of the EO Travel Ban.
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