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hi vj friends.....

my husband came here november 2008 on h1b.....we met in april 2010....were married in january 2011.....

and our interview was on 1 june....

interview starts with basic questions like address,my husband's full name and then all other yes no questions....

and then later on he said to me that he is going to take our interview separately......

firstly my husband basic questions how we met...who proposed whom...what u did on new year eve.. n then ( he said to my husband that is your employer pushing u for GC) n my husband said no....then later on the officer was cool with him.

my turn-- all questions he asked from my hubby..he asked from me too. but later on he start asking(politely) that did your husband paid me...i said no (politely)... he threatened me that u can go to jail n bla bla bla... i was just listening to him with cool face expressions...

then he start again that your husband will leave u after getting GC,n i said that i trust him n he loves me so much.

so later on we (me n IO) come out in the waiting room where my husband was waiting....he said politely to my husband that he will get a letter soon in the mail.

he just saw wedding album.....birth certificates...IDs ....my husband's passport....apartment lease...electricity bill (on apartment lease only my husband's name is on it n electricity bill is on my name) joint bank accounts... when we were leaving he keep bank statements n electricity bill...so that was our interview....

is it normal that he asked me stupid questions...what should we expect in mail?

is it called stoke interview? can he send us another interview letter....

we r still waiting for the mail n still no update on the internet....

hwen we can contact to the uscis?

what should we have to do the next step...just wait.....?

thanks frndsss

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As long as you passed the interview and have submitted enough evident, I don't see why they would with-hold you from your Greencard any longer. Although I have heard some cases this can turn into a stokes interview.

But if it happens, it happens. You both know you're a legitimate marriage, you just have to push a little further, to prove it to the USCIS.

* Our interview is on July 13th. We will probably get asked the same, ridiculous questions about "being paid off" etc. Sometimes it's hard to explain to other people, especially the government, the love two people have for one another.

Good luck, I hope your status updates soon and you receive that deserved green card.


2005: Met my wife online, "Habbo Hotel" instantly became friends.

2007: Lost contact with her, as we both lived thousands of miles away.

2010: Regained contact with her, again instantly became best friends.

~At this point we'd talked about visiting the others country~

ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS TIMELINE

October 16th 2010: Landed at JFK INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL 2 under Visa Waiver Program.

October 17th 2010: Nicole (now my wife) took me to manhattan and treat me like no other.

November 13th 2010: Got Engaged!

December 17th 2010: We got married!

January 14th 2011: VISA EXPIRED (No AOS papers sent yet)

February 20th 2011: Filed for AOS (Sent in I-130 / I-864 / I-485)

March 7th 2011: Received NOA for I-130 / I-485

March 18th 2011: Biometrics taken

March 26th 2011: RFE MEDICAL

April 12th 2011: Medical Sent (ouch the needles)

April 18th 2011: Medical received my USCIS

April 30th 2011: I-765 (Employment Authorization Documentation) Sent

May 4th 2011: Rejection notice I-765 (I forgot to tick "applying for first card" at top of application)

May 9th 2011: New receipt for I-765 received

June 10th 2011: INTERVIEW DATE / JULY 13th 2011

June 15th 2011: EAD CARD PRODUCTION ORDERED

June 20th 2011: EAD CARD IN HAND

June 22nd 2011: SSN APPLIED

June 24th 2011: SSN IN HAND

July 13th 2011: Adjustment of Status Interview (A P P R O V E D)

July 13th 2011: Email confirmation Card Production Ordered

July 18th 2011: Second email confirmation Card Production Ordered (-.-)

July 19th 2011: Post Decision Activity

July 23rd 2011: Green Card Arrived!!!

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As long as you passed the interview and have submitted enough evident, I don't see why they would with-hold you from your Greencard any longer. Although I have heard some cases this can turn into a stokes interview.

But if it happens, it happens. You both know you're a legitimate marriage, you just have to push a little further, to prove it to the USCIS.

* Our interview is on July 13th. We will probably get asked the same, ridiculous questions about "being paid off" etc. Sometimes it's hard to explain to other people, especially the government, the love two people have for one another.

Good luck, I hope your status updates soon and you receive that deserved green card.


2005: Met my wife online, "Habbo Hotel" instantly became friends.

2007: Lost contact with her, as we both lived thousands of miles away.

2010: Regained contact with her, again instantly became best friends.

~At this point we'd talked about visiting the others country~

ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS TIMELINE

October 16th 2010: Landed at JFK INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL 2 under Visa Waiver Program.

October 17th 2010: Nicole (now my wife) took me to manhattan and treat me like no other.

November 13th 2010: Got Engaged!

December 17th 2010: We got married!

January 14th 2011: VISA EXPIRED (No AOS papers sent yet)

February 20th 2011: Filed for AOS (Sent in I-130 / I-864 / I-485)

March 7th 2011: Received NOA for I-130 / I-485

March 18th 2011: Biometrics taken

March 26th 2011: RFE MEDICAL

April 12th 2011: Medical Sent (ouch the needles)

April 18th 2011: Medical received my USCIS

April 30th 2011: I-765 (Employment Authorization Documentation) Sent

May 4th 2011: Rejection notice I-765 (I forgot to tick "applying for first card" at top of application)

May 9th 2011: New receipt for I-765 received

June 10th 2011: INTERVIEW DATE / JULY 13th 2011

June 15th 2011: EAD CARD PRODUCTION ORDERED

June 20th 2011: EAD CARD IN HAND

June 22nd 2011: SSN APPLIED

June 24th 2011: SSN IN HAND

July 13th 2011: Adjustment of Status Interview (A P P R O V E D)

July 13th 2011: Email confirmation Card Production Ordered

July 18th 2011: Second email confirmation Card Production Ordered (-.-)

July 19th 2011: Post Decision Activity

July 23rd 2011: Green Card Arrived!!!

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As long as you passed the interview and have submitted enough evident, I don't see why they would with-hold you from your Greencard any longer. Although I have heard some cases this can turn into a stokes interview.

But if it happens, it happens. You both know you're a legitimate marriage, you just have to push a little further, to prove it to the USCIS.

* Our interview is on July 13th. We will probably get asked the same, ridiculous questions about "being paid off" etc. Sometimes it's hard to explain to other people, especially the government, the love two people have for one another.

Good luck, I hope your status updates soon and you receive that deserved green card.


2005: Met my wife online, "Habbo Hotel" instantly became friends.

2007: Lost contact with her, as we both lived thousands of miles away.

2010: Regained contact with her, again instantly became best friends.

~At this point we'd talked about visiting the others country~

ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS TIMELINE

October 16th 2010: Landed at JFK INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL 2 under Visa Waiver Program.

October 17th 2010: Nicole (now my wife) took me to manhattan and treat me like no other.

November 13th 2010: Got Engaged!

December 17th 2010: We got married!

January 14th 2011: VISA EXPIRED (No AOS papers sent yet)

February 20th 2011: Filed for AOS (Sent in I-130 / I-864 / I-485)

March 7th 2011: Received NOA for I-130 / I-485

March 18th 2011: Biometrics taken

March 26th 2011: RFE MEDICAL

April 12th 2011: Medical Sent (ouch the needles)

April 18th 2011: Medical received my USCIS

April 30th 2011: I-765 (Employment Authorization Documentation) Sent

May 4th 2011: Rejection notice I-765 (I forgot to tick "applying for first card" at top of application)

May 9th 2011: New receipt for I-765 received

June 10th 2011: INTERVIEW DATE / JULY 13th 2011

June 15th 2011: EAD CARD PRODUCTION ORDERED

June 20th 2011: EAD CARD IN HAND

June 22nd 2011: SSN APPLIED

June 24th 2011: SSN IN HAND

July 13th 2011: Adjustment of Status Interview (A P P R O V E D)

July 13th 2011: Email confirmation Card Production Ordered

July 18th 2011: Second email confirmation Card Production Ordered (-.-)

July 19th 2011: Post Decision Activity

July 23rd 2011: Green Card Arrived!!!

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As long as you passed the interview and have submitted enough evident, I don't see why they would with-hold you from your Greencard any longer. Although I have heard some cases this can turn into a stokes interview.

But if it happens, it happens. You both know you're a legitimate marriage, you just have to push a little further, to prove it to the USCIS.

* Our interview is on July 13th. We will probably get asked the same, ridiculous questions about "being paid off" etc. Sometimes it's hard to explain to other people especially the government, the love two people have for one another.

Good luck, I hope your status updates soon and you receive that deserved green card.


2005: Met my wife online, "Habbo Hotel" instantly became friends.

2007: Lost contact with her, as we both lived thousands of miles away.

2010: Regained contact with her, again instantly became best friends.

~At this point we'd talked about visiting the others country~

ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS TIMELINE

October 16th 2010: Landed at JFK INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL 2 under Visa Waiver Program.

October 17th 2010: Nicole (now my wife) took me to manhattan and treat me like no other.

November 13th 2010: Got Engaged!

December 17th 2010: We got married!

January 14th 2011: VISA EXPIRED (No AOS papers sent yet)

February 20th 2011: Filed for AOS (Sent in I-130 / I-864 / I-485)

March 7th 2011: Received NOA for I-130 / I-485

March 18th 2011: Biometrics taken

March 26th 2011: RFE MEDICAL

April 12th 2011: Medical Sent (ouch the needles)

April 18th 2011: Medical received my USCIS

April 30th 2011: I-765 (Employment Authorization Documentation) Sent

May 4th 2011: Rejection notice I-765 (I forgot to tick "applying for first card" at top of application)

May 9th 2011: New receipt for I-765 received

June 10th 2011: INTERVIEW DATE / JULY 13th 2011

June 15th 2011: EAD CARD PRODUCTION ORDERED

June 20th 2011: EAD CARD IN HAND

June 22nd 2011: SSN APPLIED

June 24th 2011: SSN IN HAND

July 13th 2011: Adjustment of Status Interview (A P P R O V E D)

July 13th 2011: Email confirmation Card Production Ordered

July 18th 2011: Second email confirmation Card Production Ordered (-.-)

July 19th 2011: Post Decision Activity

July 23rd 2011: Green Card Arrived!!!

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As long as you passed the interview and have submitted enough evident, I don't see why they would with-hold you from your Greencard any longer. Although I have heard some cases this can turn into a stokes interview.

But if it happens, it happens. You both know you're a legitimate marriage, you just have to push a little further, to prove it to the USCIS.

* Our interview is on July 13th. We will probably get asked the same, ridiculous questions about "being paid off" etc. Sometimes it's hard to explain to other people, especially the government, the love two people have for one another.

Good luck, I hope your status updates soon and you receive that deserved green card.

thanks for reply my friend.... i think they already get our stokes interview....now what should i expect? the IO was just separated because i m african-american n my husband is indian...may be that's why he just asked those stupid questions.....now what i should expect..is it happend that they call for another stoke interview...we r scared because my hubby's memory is so poor....

thanks n good luck for your interview.

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