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Interview questions?

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8 hours ago, Tomalley said:

I am having my interview tomorrow and getting very nervous.

 

Can anyone tell me what questions IO asked in your green card interview? 

 

Thanks ! 

Depends on your case. It is not a high-school where you can ask the previous class what questions were asked on a test...

They can ask whatever they want, but mostly they will focus on what you presented in the application or will present at the interview.

How you have met, your story, what you have been up to since you arrived and so on. When did you got married, when, what kind of car you drive, do you work, etc

 

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Hello,

 

I just had my interview this afternoon in fort Myers Florida. 

 

My my timeline is 

PD, May 25, 2018

Interview is , July 29,2019

 

We went to the uscis office and waited almost 2 hours for our turn.

I was nervous and went to bathroom many times. On the last time I was in the bathroom, we were called. 

 

We we went into the office room , our IO was very very nice us. I saw a big pile of my documents in front of her desk and apparently she already knew a lot about us. We didn’t even take a oath. She asked my ID and my husband ID. She didn’t ask any questions but only yes or no questions on I-485. Then she only asked me for my rent lease. I prepared so many stuffs, she didn’t want anything. 

Then she gave me two letters and telling me when to apply for ROC and citizenship.

Our interview lasts about 15 minutes.

 

That is it. I didn’t even realize it and we were out of her office and we were approved on the spot. It is amazing. Later my husband told me , when I was in the bathroom, the officer told him that we were good and she would approve us and it was a formality to do the interview.

 

So basically she just asked the questions on the I-485, my name and my DOB, where I was born. That’s it.

 

I can’t believe how easy it is. I am so glad and happy that we just get approved right away and I was so worried before.

 

Good luck to everyone!!! It has been a long journey and I am glad I did everything myself without a lawyer and I made it !!!

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When you least expect it.....soon...:rofl:....Relax and congratulations !!!  


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