So one week ago I finally got the email with the interview date at the USA embassy. I'm scheduled for late April, so I have about 6 week to prepare. I still have no actual address in the USA. I used one of those mail forwarders and I'm not sure that will cut it at the interview. Should I just book a hotel there and give that address? Can I even change it at this point? Regarding all official documentation I have to gather, I think it has to be translated, but what are the legal/bureaucratic requirements for that? Where I live there are no sworn translators (some places apparently have them), so what am I supposed to do? Do I go to my local USA embassy (I'm interviewing at another one far away) and get a Hague convention Apostille on the translations? May I translate them myself? Regarding academic transcripts, I have some graduate studies (1 year graduate school in the USA), a 5 year BSc and high-school. The prerequisites are to have a high-school diploma. Do I have to take documentation proving I also have a university degree or is showing my HS transcripts enough? I've been unemployed for 2 years and part of the application is filing either I864 or I134 to prove I can support myself in the USA. I have no job lined up but I have enough savings to meet the minimal requirements for a few years. How do I go about proving I can sustain myself there? I think I864 is out of the question because I have no sponsor, but I134 also mentions a sponsor. Am I my own sponsor? Does anyone have any relevant information regarding this? Everything is welcomed. Thank you in advance.