Well, there will be an interview. They will interview his new spouse at a later time. It won't be right now because it takes a few months processing time after he marries and files all the paperwork. Most of the time, they interview just the spouse because the U.S. Citizen is usually back in the U.S. at that point. Even if the U.S. Citizen is in the Philippines and could attend the interview, most often the U.S. Citizen is not allowed in for the interview anyway. Sometimes it does happen, but most of the time it does not. It is up to the discretion of the interviewing officer. As to what the interview is about, well, they will definitely ask questions about how the couple met, where they met, when they met, how often they communicate, what they talk about, etc. They may ask her about his family and about his life to make sure she is genuinely interested and attentive to those details. They are looking for evidence to see if basically she just married him to get a green card. If they are satisfied that she did it for the right reasons and she has nothing in her background like serious crimes, mental health issues or serious health issues of public significance, then they should grant her the visa to come to the U.S. As to how long it will take to get the Affidavit, that would probably be just a day or so.
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