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What documents should I bring to the interview?

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Hello all,

I have my interview on jan 24th but I am confused about the paperwork I need to take with me. On the NOA it says to bring a bunch of stuff we already submitted when we filed like tax returns, medical report, birth certificates, etc. any suggestions? Help is greatly appreciate it. Thanks!

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For our "murky" AOS interview right before Thanksgiving, I bought all of the documents/notices (i.e., everything) that I had sent or received in connection with our visa journey. The IO had me (USC) full out another G325A (strange request, but I complied). During the interview the IO wanted to see my divorce decrees and viewed a lot of our "couple" photographs. All in all most of the information requested had previously been submitted with our initial I-129F visa petition (13 months prior)...so go figure!!! We were glad that we were able to fully comply with the IO's requests, with no resultant RFEs, and a subsequent AOS approval.

Explicitly follow the checklist that is included on the AOS interview appointment letter. :thumbs:

YMMV,

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Take everything you filed and some extra copies of major certified documents, maybe some new photos. A&B was lucky he planned ahead and it saved their AOS from an RFE, none of which was his fault.


In Arizona its hot hot hot.

http://www.uscis.gov/dateCalculator.html

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Our interview is next week we are bringing everything all over again, copies and originals... it wont harm if they dont need as you can just take it back hoem.. but if they ask for something and you dont have it could mean a delay in the process is my guess.

Good luck to both...

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Our interview is next week we are bringing everything all over again, copies and originals... it wont harm if they dont need as you can just take it back hoem.. but if they ask for something and you dont have it could mean a delay in the process is my guess.

Good luck to both...

Thanks! Let me know how it goes please...where is your interview?

Thanks to everyone else for your input. It is appreciated it :)

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