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Hello everyone! It is me again, I am not sure how many times I've posted here on VJ. I hope anyone here can enlighten me what to do.

I prayed a lot that God gave me understanding and wisdom why our AOS interview is different and for me it's really WEIRD (though some vjers here that the interview is pretty normal, thanks!). I've been reading different forums on what usually

the AOS interview. I remember, I was the ONLY ONE asked by IO to swear to tell the truth (thought that was fine) and proceed about the Yes/no questions and confirm some of my info in the forms. She didn't

even bother my husband asked questions or even asked for more joint documents. Bcoz of that, then I realized one person told me that there's something wrong in my application.

So, My brother was able to retrieved the only one copy of my G325A during the K1 petition (laptop broke). When I compare it to the G325A during my AOS there are inconsistencies... 2 of my work experience i put wrong month, my last 5 yrs

of home address' was incorrect date and year. In my mother's name I followed the correct name in here birth certificate ( but her name was misspelled in my BC). My husband name was incorrect too missing one letter. Had 2 biometrics also. AT

the end of the interview, IO just gave us a paper stating " USCIS UNABLE TO COMPLETE YOUR CASE AT THIS TIME. YOU CASE IS BEING CONTINUED UNTIL FINAL DECISION CAN BE MADE". It didn't said which category. I have nothing

to hide just have very very poor memory and If I knew during that time I should have bring the corrected one.

MY questions:

1.) Do you think they will deny my GC? and charge me with perjury?

1.) Now that we already had our AOS interview , CAN I still CALL OR MAKE INFO PASS TO GIVE THE CORRECT G325A information? OR THE CORRECT I485?

2.) Or do I need to wait their decision in the mail? which is the best option? ( I don't know what to do?)

3.) Do you know any lawyer that work pro bono? We live in Alabama area. We can't really afford one. Just want to be prepared in case what happen.

Sorry for my wrong grammar.

Thank you and God Bless everyone!

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hi

the corrections should have been handed in at the interview

for now, you'll just have to wait their decision in the mail. be patient, don't get ahead of yourself and don't jump to conclusions

get a lawyer if you need one, once the decision is received in the mail, don't worry yourself to death

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I agree with Aleful- at this point just wait and see. All of the inconsistencies sound fairly minor to me, I really don't believe you would be charged with perjury.

We got the same notice as you at the end of our interview, and a week later we had our free card.

Best of luck!

James

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hi

the corrections should have been handed in at the interview

for now, you'll just have to wait their decision in the mail. be patient, don't get ahead of yourself and don't jump to conclusions

get a lawyer if you need one, once the decision is received in the mail, don't worry yourself to death

Thank you. Yes, If I already knew my mistakes in the form I should brought one during my interview.

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I agree with Aleful- at this point just wait and see. All of the inconsistencies sound fairly minor to me, I really don't believe you would be charged with perjury.

We got the same notice as you at the end of our interview, and a week later we had our free card.

Best of luck!

Congrats to you!!!

Hopefully I get response from them soon, still waiting for almost 2 months now.

Is inconsistencies consider misrepresentation?

Thank you!

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