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CASE being held after family based green card interview

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I just finished interview today at Detroit Michigan USCIS office.

We has couple mistakes while going through questions but it was okay. I had 5 mistakes on I-485 and the officer fixed them then I signed. 

The officer asked several questions about joint documents. Husband and I have joint bank - major bank account and have separate accounts as well. Separate bank account was made way before we were together. Also she was questioning why it is only my card have transactions - my husband loses his card so he just use mine anyways and I keep both of card. 

Phone and car bills are separate also because his bills are attached to his dad’s. Also he could not be in lease holder for our apartment - but just occupants, because of his credit score being low. 

I explained everything but the officer did not seem to understand.

She didnt ask for any photos or EAD card.

She gave me “case being hold notice” and explained if it’s approval, then i would get 2 year temporary green card. But if not I would process deportation.


what should I expect from now?




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This is not related to DCF.


But anyway, at this point you can only wait to see if it is approved, or they may send an RFE for more evidence of a bonafide marriage.  It's also possible they may deny, but usually they'll try to get more information before that happens.


Just keep fingers crossed and wait for them to sort through the process.  Your nervousness probably makes you feel the interview seem worse than it was.  Best of luck to you both!

DCF CR1 filing in Guangzhou, China:

Married - 2018-09-25

I-30 submitted at Guangzhou office - 2019-06-17
I-130 approved - 2019-06-18
DS-260 Confirmation Handed to CITIC to be Delivered - 2019-11-12-2019

DS-260 Approved, received email to schedule appointment - 2019-11-20-2019

Visa Interview in Guangzhou (Approved!) 😁 2019-12-16-2019

Immigration Visa Issued 2019-12-17-2019

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