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Husband had GREENCARD interview.

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So my husband and I went to the interview this morning and we had our son with us and a translator in the room as well. The whole interview was around 30 minutes. They got our marriage certificate, birth certificate for our son, rental agreement for our apartment, photos of our little wedding,   And after the whole thing was over with the lady said she’s not making a decision now but we’ll hear from them within 90 days. If anyone has anything new to share please let me know! 

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20 hours ago, ebouloudene said:

So my husband and I went to the interview this morning and we had our son with us and a translator in the room as well. The whole interview was around 30 minutes. They got our marriage certificate, birth certificate for our son, rental agreement for our apartment, photos of our little wedding,   And after the whole thing was over with the lady said she’s not making a decision now but we’ll hear from them within 90 days. If anyone has anything new to share please let me know! 

90 days? Sorry to hear that, but good luck!!

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On 11/1/2018 at 11:36 PM, ebouloudene said:

So my husband and I went to the interview this morning and we had our son with us and a translator in the room as well. The whole interview was around 30 minutes. They got our marriage certificate, birth certificate for our son, rental agreement for our apartment, photos of our little wedding,   And after the whole thing was over with the lady said she’s not making a decision now but we’ll hear from them within 90 days. If anyone has anything new to share please let me know! 

Keep checking your case status online, on the app, and on the old website. Your case was likely passed on to a supervisor to determine your approval. If they told you 90 days then calling USCIS is probably not going to get you very far. You could always try to call and speak to a tier 2 but I would wait at least a few weeks. Was there anything that you think would keep you from getting approved? Any issues that seemed to come up at the interview? 


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