While passing the interview at the U.S. Consulate for obtaining a Green card, a couple can be suspected by the consular in fraud. Why can it happen? If the officer suspects that your marriage is fraudulent, you will meet the fraud unit. People who have large differences in age, class, nationality, educational background or who do not live in the same address may be called for a fraud interview. In this case, you and your spouse will be interviewed separately and very extensively. Then the both of your results will be compared and learnt.
Sometines you can be pushed by questions untill you make a mistake, confess to marriage fraud or finally convince that marriage is real. There are also some cases when the officer in purpose puts you the wrong questions or falsely tells you that your spouse has already “confessed” in fraud or reminds you about the jail time and fees if caught comitting the marriage fraud. The main point in this question is to stay calm and honest, do not lie to the officer and not become angry, because some officers are kind and helpful while others are rude and hostile and he/she plays a big role, one can say decides your future life.
There are also some cases when the officer in purpose puts you the wrong questions or falsely tells you that your spouse has already “confessed” in fraud or reminds you about the jail time and fees if caught comitting the marriage fraud.
At the fraud interview there are some blocks of questions: Development of your relationship, biographical data of the spouses, questions concerning wedding, relatives, children, house, just before the interview etc.
Getting ready for a marriage-based green card interview? The below are sample questions to help you prepare. There is no guarantee that the interviewer will ask you all or any of these questions (though many of them are drawn from actual interviews). But these should get you and your fiancé or spouse started on the process of testing each other’s memory. If the immigration authorities have become suspicious, however, believing that your marriage may be a fraud to get a green card, you can expect a great number of these questions, or questions like them, to be asked of you and your U.S. petitioner – separately, for comparison purposes.
The main point in this question is to stay calm and honest, do not lie to the officer and not become angry
What did the two of you have in common?
Where did you go for dates?
When did your relationship turn romantic?
Did each of your parents attend?
Where was the wedding held?
Was there music or other entertainment?
What kind of cake (or other food) did you serve?
How many alarm clocks do you set in the morning?
Who makes breakfast?
What do each of you eat for breakfast?
Does your spouse drink coffee in the morning?
What is your favorite restaurant for special occasions? For weekly outings?