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Hi vj members

I got letter from USCIS for an interview for my AOS .

I am bit confused what type of questions they asking

My interview in san francisco

I got joint bank account, car insurance, car registration, wifi bill

But I don't have house agreement under both of us names because we living with parents is it ok?

Can you please guys suggest me if any additional doc. I need for an interview?

Please share any experience what type of questions they will ask ....

Thanks in advance

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let parents write and sign affidavit (has to be notarized) saying you guys live w them.

Regular questions, names, dob, how did you guys meet, date and place of weeding, questions about house, work, car....anything you should know if live with somebody. good luck

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just write and print letter, parents have to say they live at ABC address and you guys, A and B, live with them from .../.../20..., go to currency exchange and notarize it. that should cover issue you guys do not have lease. but you would have to have:

- joint checking

- joint credit card(s)


- car insurance

-utility bills

- health or live

- income tax filed jointly

- anything else showing both names,

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Basically, they verify the information on the 485 including the yes/no questions. They also asked about the relationship and took our proof to add to the file ( photos, insurance, updated taxes, etc.). Our interview took about 10 minutes and my wife relaxed after the first few questions. Also, if you don't get approved right on the spot, don't get discouraged. From what I have read, many officers take the package to their supervisors for final approval. In the case of my wife, we received the approval two days later and the GC in 12 days, but the officer was very positive at the end of the interview, so we left in a good mood

Lastly, take a look at the review section for your local USCIS office, many people share their experience which may be helpful.

Good Luck!

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