For many couples who undergo the process of filing a petition for a spouse , the task can prove to be intimidating and confusing. While you and your spouse bear the responsibility of presenting clear and convincing evidence that you entered into their marriage in good faith, it is still important to make sure that you do not feel obligated to answer questions that would amount to a gross invasion of privacy. If an officer, for instance, asks you if the marriage was consummated on the wedding night, feel free to object, and ask the officer to move on to the next question. A couple’s sex life is their personal business, and a husband and wife may prove that their relationship is not a sham through other evidence. If the interview officer insists that you have to answer, you can ask to speak to this officer's supervisor.
An experienced attorney can help you navigate through the interview process, it is always a good idea to consult with an immigration attorney prior to the interview.