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Interview questions for GC and USC?

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When applying for a GC And then USC. Are the interview questions the same? What is the difference?

What kind of background check is ran for both status?

No the questions asked at GC and USC interview are not the same...and the background check is a FBI check via finger prints and pictures.

I suggest just you start and finish one process before worry about the next.

Good luck

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Adjusting from B2 visa

12/3/2011: Hubby arrived to the USA

12/23/2011: AOS package

12/29/2011: AOS package received

01/11/2012: Acceptance email received

01/18/2012: Biometric appt and receipt received

Appointment set for 02/8/2012

01/27/2012: RFE email received

02/01/2012: Hard copy of RFE notice received

02/14/2012: RFE info sent back to USCIS

02/22/2012: Received email RFE received case continues to process at NBC

03/09/2012: Receive email with interview notice

04/12/2012: Interview in Baltimore City 9:00am

Case has to be reviewed WAITING on a decision now....

04/18/2012: APPROVED EMAIL RECEIVED AMEN!!!!!

04/23/2012: Approval/ welcome letter received in mail

04/23/2012: Card production ordered email received

04/24/2012: Card mailed email received

04/27/2012: Received email USPS picked up mail containing card notice

04/27/2012: GREEN CARD IN HAND!!!!! :)

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No the questions asked at GC and USC interview are not the same...and the background check is a FBI check via finger prints and pictures.

I suggest just you start and finish one process before worry about the next.

Good luck

I thought it was the same as the Background check for pre-employment?

What kind of questions are asked for GC? What about for USC?

I have read that the interview can be waived? How does that work?

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What visa would you be adjusting from?

You can read the guides here and the reviews for interviews to see what questions are asked.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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Then you and your spouse will be required to have an interview. It can't be waived. You'll have a joint interview where you will both be questioned on your relationship and the LPR will also be questioned on any criminal history, etc. Though really, the IO can ask whatever they want. Search for interview experiences to see what some people have experienced.


OUR TIMELINE

I am the USC, husband is adjusting from B2.

ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS

08.06.2010 - Sent off I-485
08.25.2010 - NOA hard copies received (x4), case status available online: 765, 131, 130.
10.15.2010 - RFE received: need 2 additional photos for AP.
10.18.2010 - RFE response sent certified mail
10.21.2010 - Service request placed for biometrics
10.25.2010 - RFE received per USCIS
10.26.2010 - Text/email received - AP approved!
10.28.2010 - Biometrics appointment received, dated 10/22 - set for 11/19 @ 3:00 PM
11.01.2010 - Successful biometrics walk-in @ 9:45 AM; EAD card sent for production text/email @ 2:47 PM! I-485 case status now available online.
11.04.2010 - Text/Email (2nd) - EAD card sent for production
11.08.2010 - Text/Email (3rd) - EAD approved
11.10.2010 - EAD received
12.11.2010 - Interview letter received - 01.13.11
01.13.2011 - Interview - no decision on the spot
01.24.2011 - Approved! Card production ordered!

REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS

11.02.2012 - Mailed I-751 packet to VSC
11.08.2012 - Checks cashed
11.10.2012 - NOA1 received, dated 11.06.2012
11.17.2012 - Biometrics letter received for 12.05.2012
11.23.2012 - Successful early biometrics walk-in

05.03.2013 - Approved! Card production ordered!

CITIZENSHIP

Filing in November 2013

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Then you and your spouse will be required to have an interview. It can't be waived. You'll have a joint interview where you will both be questioned on your relationship and the LPR will also be questioned on any criminal history, etc. Though really, the IO can ask whatever they want. Search for interview experiences to see what some people have experienced.

A USC Mother and an USC Brother filed I-130 for her Adult Son/Adult Brother over 21 years of age who is on Overstay B1 and grandfathered under the 245i Labor Certification, the petition was denied, never married. Received date/Priority date shows June 09, 2011 on I-787C. Paid $420 X 2 Application/Petition Fee. What is the next process. Visa bulletin shows that it will be about 6 years and 1 month. On the USCIS shows, when you put in the Receipt Number, it shows dark blue in 'Initial Review'. Next step shows 'Decision' which is grayed out.

The beneficiary would be in 'F1' category right? When I looked at the May 2012 Visa Bulletin website, it shows May 1st of 2005.

Any suggestions?

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