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Grats - thanks for sharing!

Hi I just wanted to share our experience at the interview since this forum has been so helpful, I wanted to give something back.

We had our interview this Friday July 8th 2011 at 7:45 am in San Francisco.

So we arrived there like at 7:30, we had no trouble going thru, they just check our things like at the airport, they let me in with my celphone, just no cameras (which we didn't bring).

We then went to with the receptionist who told us to wait on room C, and we waited there for about 20 min and then the uscis person asked us to come in to the interview. She told us her name and it was also on the desk.

She then asked us who the beneficiary (my husband) and asked him to sit in front of her, and me besides. Then she asked for his passports and my ID.

She just went pretty quick checking that all the information that we sent was correct, his name, dob, address, job, phone number, signature. She made corrections to that paper in case there was something wrong, and then just asked my husband to verify the corrections and sign that they were okay.

Then she asked for the most recent tax forms, which we didn't send because it wasn't ready yet at the time we sent the papers but now they were, and we forgot, but I just showed her my pay stubs which show that I'm paying taxes and that was it about that.

Asked about when we met, when we started dating, when we became boyfriend/girlfriend, when we got married.

Then asked for proof about our relationship, lease of the house we rented before coming to the US, bank accounts together, his name on my insurance and we showed her a photo album (which she loved watching, loved our dog).

And that was it, she said that everything looked good, that she was going to review all the papers just to verify everything and she gave us paper that said that (also included her name, I thought it was important so in case we had a problem we would know who to call). She mentioned that this was a usual review and that the green card once approved would arrive in 30 days.

I thought that the interview went really well.

And today I checked the USCIS web site and it says that the documents are approved and in process!

so happy dance!! :dance:

good luck to all

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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Hi I just wanted to share our experience at the interview since this forum has been so helpful, I wanted to give something back.

We had our interview this Friday July 8th 2011 at 7:45 am in San Francisco.

So we arrived there like at 7:30, we had no trouble going thru, they just check our things like at the airport, they let me in with my celphone, just no cameras (which we didn't bring).

We then went to with the receptionist who told us to wait on room C, and we waited there for about 20 min and then the uscis person asked us to come in to the interview. She told us her name and it was also on the desk.

She then asked us who the beneficiary (my husband) and asked him to sit in front of her, and me besides. Then she asked for his passports and my ID.

She just went pretty quick checking that all the information that we sent was correct, his name, dob, address, job, phone number, signature. She made corrections to that paper in case there was something wrong, and then just asked my husband to verify the corrections and sign that they were okay.

Then she asked for the most recent tax forms, which we didn't send because it wasn't ready yet at the time we sent the papers but now they were, and we forgot, but I just showed her my pay stubs which show that I'm paying taxes and that was it about that.

Asked about when we met, when we started dating, when we became boyfriend/girlfriend, when we got married.

Then asked for proof about our relationship, lease of the house we rented before coming to the US, bank accounts together, his name on my insurance and we showed her a photo album (which she loved watching, loved our dog).

And that was it, she said that everything looked good, that she was going to review all the papers just to verify everything and she gave us paper that said that (also included her name, I thought it was important so in case we had a problem we would know who to call). She mentioned that this was a usual review and that the green card once approved would arrive in 30 days.

I thought that the interview went really well.

And today I checked the USCIS web site and it says that the documents are approved and in process!

so happy dance!! :dance:

good luck to all

Congrats!!!!Thank a lot for sharing your story..

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