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RFE interview notice says come in between 7-12, normal?

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We have already had our interview for green card, I think it went well, but we got a RFE because our medical expired so we had to get a new one and come in. Our interview notice has a time range, is that normal? What does it mean? Do I have to go on the beginning or any time in the range?!


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1 hour ago, KatieAndNaimah said:

We have already had our interview for green card, I think it went well, but we got a RFE because our medical expired so we had to get a new one and come in. Our interview notice has a time range, is that normal? What does it mean? Do I have to go on the beginning or any time in the range?!

I'm not sure about the time range, as ours listed only one time. To be safe, I would show up around 30 minutes prior to the earliest time in the range.


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3 hours ago, KatieAndNaimah said:

We have already had our interview for green card, I think it went well, but we got a RFE because our medical expired so we had to get a new one and come in. Our interview notice has a time range, is that normal? What does it mean? Do I have to go on the beginning or any time in the range?!

You will be submitting your rfe documents to the infopass desk at your local field office. The time range just means that the desk will only accept those types of documents between those two times. You can attend at any time between those.

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