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Hello guys, 

I'm gonna change my 2 years to 10 years green card in this October 

i know everyone have to be interviewed. However, I wanna know Did someone who received it without the interview? 

and, 

I wanna know Me and my wife will be at the same interview room or different? 

 

hope to see your reply soon 

 

Thanks, 

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Hi! just to let you know that everybody is not interviewed when we talk about the ROC process. very few applications are set aside for interview if required. mine was Divorce waiver but i got my 10 years green card without interview. i hope you will get it too. good luck...

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I sent a request to remove my contingency on my card and did not have to interview. As long as you send sufficient evidence that your marriage is in fact real. For example, bank statements, tax returns, vehicle registrations, etc...

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39 minutes ago, anahijmnz said:

I sent a request to remove my contingency on my card and did not have to interview. As long as you send sufficient evidence that your marriage is in fact real. For example, bank statements, tax returns, vehicle registrations, etc...

You mean you send in an I-751 or just an email?


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1 hour ago, GraceandTiffany said:

i know everyone have to be interviewed. However, I wanna know Did someone who received it without the interview?

Not everyone is interviewed. Some are. Many aren't.

 

1 hour ago, GraceandTiffany said:

I wanna know Me and my wife will be at the same interview room or different?

Generally together, but they can split you up and ask questions separately...typically this is done when they suspect fraud.


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10/24/18: Green card produced notice

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6 hours ago, GraceandTiffany said:

Hello guys, 

I'm gonna change my 2 years to 10 years green card in this October 

i know everyone have to be interviewed. However, I wanna know Did someone who received it without the interview? 

and, 

I wanna know Me and my wife will be at the same interview room or different? 

 

hope to see your reply soon 

 

Thanks, 

We were interviewed together.  It was not stressful, mostly reviewing evidence provided, making copies of joint credit cards (a little more evidence he asked for) and (smart guy) he compared our house keys on our key rings I guess verifying we live together?  Approval email same day.

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Posted (edited)
9 hours ago, GraceandTiffany said:

Hello guys, 

I'm gonna change my 2 years to 10 years green card in this October 

i know everyone have to be interviewed. However, I wanna know Did someone who received it without the interview? 

and, 

I wanna know Me and my wife will be at the same interview room or different? 

 

hope to see your reply soon 

 

Thanks, 

Hello from a Vietnamese applicant.

 

Note that not everyone will be interviewed, as long as you send them all the sufficient evidence you will not likely be interviewed. I guess usually they will separate the wife and husband in the interview if they suspect fraud, or they may even visit your home (it happens in my town, at least 2 cases that I know, they made surprise visit in the evening :(( ). Otherwise, just prepare all the sufficient evidence, and you'll be fine.

Edited by Vicent Ha

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