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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Jamaica

Someone mention that in an U.S parent/stepparent doen't have to go in on the interview with the adult Son/Daughter that they have sponsored, is this true.

On my letter it didn't state if my father had to join me on the interview or not. Does anyone know the answer to this.


Filed: 2/10/07 i-485, i-485a, i-765, i-693
Delivered on 2/13/07
Notice Date: 2/20/07
Biometrics letter: 2/26/07
appointment done FP: 3/9/07
case updated: 3/13/07
touch on one of our EAD.#1 4/24
LUD 4/25 EAD #1
EAD #1 Approved 2/27
EAD #1 4/28
EAD #1, Approval letter sent 5/1
EAD #2 updated 5/1
EAD #1,2 updated 5/2
EAD #1 arrives 5/3
interview appointment letter: 5/15/07


date filed 3/18/14

noa 4/01/14

biometric 4/15/14

in line for interview 5/12/14

Schedule for interview 8/06/2014

interview 09/12/2014

RFE 9/12/2014 Travel docs needed

Turned in by person 12 pages of travel doc 9/15/2014

Placed in line for Oath 10/03/2014

Oath Ceremony 10/31/2014

Hope all goes well.

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