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Hi, we are in final stages of green card process for my Fiance (now wife). We got scheduled for interview next month. 

It says in the letter to bring an interpreter to the interivew if English is not fluent.

Does anybody know what are guidelines for that? Who could be the interpreter? Can i bring a friend of family member with us? 

Thanks for any input.

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1 hour ago, tomlagodz said:

Hi, we are in final stages of green card process for my Fiance (now wife). We got scheduled for interview next month. 

It says in the letter to bring an interpreter to the interivew if English is not fluent.

Does anybody know what are guidelines for that? Who could be the interpreter? Can i bring a friend of family member with us? 

Thanks for any input.

hi im not here to answer the question but i have a question about your interview..how long did you get an interview appointment after the biometric? i just got our biometric appointment but curious and worried how long will it take to get an interview appointment..we plan to move on spring. thanks

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3 hours ago, gaski said:

hi im not here to answer the question but i have a question about your interview..how long did you get an interview appointment after the biometric? i just got our biometric appointment but curious and worried how long will it take to get an interview appointment..we plan to move on spring. thanks

That depends a lot on your local office. Some are a few months, some can be a year. Our biometrics were in early May. We have been "Ready to be schedule" since mid-May and still have not received a letter. Some had their biometrics last November and are still waiting. Some had biometrics 3 months ago and have letters. There's no rhyme or reason 😕

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1 minute ago, Sarah&Facundo said:

That depends a lot on your local office. Some are a few months, some can be a year. Our biometrics were in early May. We have been "Ready to be schedule" since mid-May and still have not received a letter. Some had their biometrics last November and are still waiting. Some had biometrics 3 months ago and have letters. There's no rhyme or reason 😕

sigh this suck then..but i guess we should just stay positive and hope for the best..im sure US law wont kick us out of the country without having our interview sooner right?😅😅

 

im just trying to be positive

 

good luck on your journey.

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2 minutes ago, gaski said:

sigh this suck then..but i guess we should just stay positive and hope for the best..im sure US law wont kick us out of the country without having our interview sooner right?😅😅

 

im just trying to be positive

 

good luck on your journey.

Nope, until you have your interview and get the green card, you are on authorized stay once you filed the I-485. No one will kick you out :) 

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29 minutes ago, Sarah&Facundo said:

Nope, until you have your interview and get the green card, you are on authorized stay once you filed the I-485. No one will kick you out :) 

thats good then hehe..Thank you so much

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