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Hello everyone,I have some question about getting the interview canceled not by me but by USCIS.I was suppouse to have it within 10 days and yesterday I got the letter from them saying that my interview is canceled because the unforseen circumstances and that they will let me know when they shedule a new one.I checked it on their official site and nothings is changed .It says like my interview is still on and there is no mention about the canceling.I'm gonna call them as soon as they are open to see what is going on but if anybody knows something about it please feel free to give me some information about it.Sorry for bad english,I'm still learning and thank you all for this site because it helped me a lot.

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Hello everyone,I have some question about getting the interview canceled not by me but by USCIS.I was suppouse to have it within 10 days and yesterday I got the letter from them saying that my interview is canceled because the unforseen circumstances and that they will let me know when they shedule a new one.I checked it on their official site and nothings is changed .It says like my interview is still on and there is no mention about the canceling.I'm gonna call them as soon as they are open to see what is going on but if anybody knows something about it please feel free to give me some information about it.Sorry for bad english,I'm still learning and thank you all for this site because it helped me a lot.

I have a scheduled interview on June 7th and i also got the same letter. i still would go show up in my interview.

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Things happen. People get sick and have emergencies. In this case that is probably what happened. The person handling your interview will not be available.

It is frustrating, but it has happened with other VJ members in the past.


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I would go anyway. There have been cases of people not showing up when they got that notice and then getting denied for not showing up, as well as people who have gone anyway and had their interview.


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I would go anyway. There have been cases of people not showing up when they got that notice and then getting denied for not showing up, as well as people who have gone anyway and had their interview.

+1 on this. Unfortunately, at USCIS the right hand doesn't always know what the left hand is doing. There have been multiple cases on VJ where an applicant was sent a letter telling them that the interview had been canceled, but that didn't stop an automatic denial from being triggered when the applicant didn't show up. You should probably show up on the date and time of the original interview and sign in at the reception desk. If they tell you to go home then at least you've covered yourself by showing up. Some people have gone to the original appointment, in spite of having been told it was canceled, and they were interviewed that day.


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+1 on this. Unfortunately, at USCIS the right hand doesn't always know what the left hand is doing. There have been multiple cases on VJ where an applicant was sent a letter telling them that the interview had been canceled, but that didn't stop an automatic denial from being triggered when the applicant didn't show up. You should probably show up on the date and time of the original interview and sign in at the reception desk. If they tell you to go home then at least you've covered yourself by showing up. Some people have gone to the original appointment, in spite of having been told it was canceled, and they were interviewed that day.

Thank you very much for this answer! I'm gonna do that :)

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If anyone knows or want to say something please do so,every information is a big plus for me.Thank you all for your time

I agree that it's best to go to your original interview. The whole rescheduling seems to go wrong often, and the applicant ends up having to refile.. which would be new fees and more waiting, maybe a new medical if the first one expired while awaiting the decision.

So yes, definitely show up to your interview, let us know how it goes.


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This is some of the best advice I have seen. It covers all basses. It is hard to believe our Government is this inefficient and unfaultable. Private Industry would not be in business for long.

Lol, yea imagine if the USCIS had competition.... Overnight processing and the customer is always right!

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+1 on this. Unfortunately, at USCIS the right hand doesn't always know what the left hand is doing. There have been multiple cases on VJ where an applicant was sent a letter telling them that the interview had been canceled, but that didn't stop an automatic denial from being triggered when the applicant didn't show up. You should probably show up on the date and time of the original interview and sign in at the reception desk. If they tell you to go home then at least you've covered yourself by showing up. Some people have gone to the original appointment, in spite of having been told it was canceled, and they were interviewed that day.

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I agree that it's best to go to your original interview. The whole rescheduling seems to go wrong often, and the applicant ends up having to refile.. which would be new fees and more waiting, maybe a new medical if the first one expired while awaiting the decision.

So yes, definitely show up to your interview, let us know how it goes.

Alright, I will let you know as soon as I hear something from them,thanks for the advice.:)

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Alright, I will let you know as soon as I hear something from them,thanks for the advice.:)

I called them and they've said that interview is canceled and I need to wait from 30 to 90 days to receive the new one.Should I still show up to the first appointment or not?Thank you all

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