Today my husband received in the mail a letter that states the following:
"Please come to the shown below at the time and place indicated in connection with an official matter.
Office Location : XXXXX
Date and Hour: XXXX ISO #1
Ask for: Please check in at the Interviews - Reception Check-in window located on the second floor.
Reason for appointment: Pertaining to your I-485 Adjustment of Status Application
Bring with you: This notice, photo identification, your passport and entry documents, your birth certificate, marriage certificate (if applicable) and an interpreter (if needed).
IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU KEEP THIS APPOINTMENT AND BRING THIS LETTER WITH YOU.
If your eligibility is based on marriage, your husband or wife must attend the interview with you.
PLEASE BRING AN INTERPRETER IF APPLICABLE
if you are unable to do so, state your reason, sign below and return this letter to the office at once."
Is this an interview notice or is this something else? I am just confused because VJ says that the average time for Milwaukee interviews would take us into July and USCIS processing time says they are working on AOS from March 16, 2017.