Hi my wife is in US on L1 visa, I am working in india as a software engineer. My visa interview on march 6th 2012. I am taking 5 months leave from my present company, is that leave letter enough to get L2 visa... please help and post MALE DEPENDENT interview questions.
Thanks in advance
There are no set questions to post. Each case is different. L visas do not require showing "non-immigrant intent"
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I agree with my colleague. If you seek an L-2 visa, you will need to show that your wife is maintaining lawful L-1 status and that you are legally married to qualify for the benefit of the L-2 visa. If possible, you should bring copies of your wife's most recent pay stubs from her current L-1 employer, along with your original marriage certificate. During the consular interview, it is advisable to directly and honestly answer the questions.
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Agree with Kathleen, you must show your wife is still in active L-1 status in order to be eligible for an L2 visa. Paystubs and even a letter from her company HR stating she is still actively employed will help to document this at the interview, along with a copy of her approval notice of course.
What you are doing back home and your intent to stay in the us for only a few months is fine as you are being honest, but none of that will hurt you at the interview.
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