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Do I bring my spouse to my interview

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I just read on one of the posts that if you apply under the three year rule your spouse has to attend the interview?  We have been in America for 5 1/2 years but applied between the 3 years and 5 years of having my green card. Nowhere on the letter does it say that the spouse is required to come to the interview.  Is this true?

 

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hi

 

no, it is your citizenship, but if you applied under the 3 year rule, you will have to prove once again bona fide marriage

 

you will have to take proof, just like you did the first time

 

 

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No, it is not required.

 

Your spouse can pass through security  but will not be allowed to go in with you during the interview. (base on my experience in Chicago). I think they only allow lawyers to go in. 

 

is good to be there for support though. 

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