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He  was kinda asked questions off the  I-485 and was asked how we meet, where the engagement happened and how it went down and then she asked me if I had been to the UK to meet his family. That was about it. Interview was Monday, new website says card is being processed

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1 hour ago, Whanlin said:

He  was kinda asked questions off the  I-485 and was asked how we meet, where the engagement happened and how it went down and then she asked me if I had been to the UK to meet his family. That was about it. Interview was Monday, new website says card is being processed

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the yes/no section on I-485 they will pick like 5 random ones, the rest if questions about yourself, your address, birthdate, etc. and how you met yada yada yada


AOS/EAD/AP ->: 11/29/18 - NOA1: 12/04/18

Biometric NOA:  12/14/18  Biometric Appt: 12/26/18

Case is Ready to Be Scheduled for An Interview: 1/16/19

EAD/AP approval: 3/18/19

AOS Interview Appt: 6/4/19

AOS Interview: 7/10/19

AOS Approved: 7/23/19

GREEN CARD IN HAND: 7/26/19

 

"It's true, we don't have it as easy as ordinary couples. But this is no ordinary love"

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20 hours ago, Lana&Ivy said:

I was asked my mother's city of birth and then lectured harshly when I sounded unsure as I gave my (correct) answer

MEMORIZE your I-485.  The questions I was asked was mostly info I had provided them there.

 

 

Do you have to know all of the dates - I am fine with birthdays and date of marriage but employment history is hard to remember exact dates 

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24 minutes ago, RedroseMT said:

Do you have to know all of the dates - I am fine with birthdays and date of marriage but employment history is hard to remember exact dates 

Quite honestly, it depends on who your IO is.  They seem to each look for their own "telltale signs" of a real relationship.  Our officer really focussed on my name change, that i was on the car insurance and health insurance.  He didn't ask about dates aside from relationship dates.  I truly couldn't have planned for what I got outside of knowing every detail on my application.  My mother's place of birth threw me and I got lectured for it.  My case definitely is not the norm, and was similar to a case someone from the Philadelphia office recently posted about.  Just be honest and know about your life.  And your spouse's life.

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12 minutes ago, Lana&Ivy said:

Quite honestly, it depends on who your IO is.  They seem to each look for their own "telltale signs" of a real relationship.  Our officer really focussed on my name change, that i was on the car insurance and health insurance.  He didn't ask about dates aside from relationship dates.  I truly couldn't have planned for what I got outside of knowing every detail on my application.  My mother's place of birth threw me and I got lectured for it.  My case definitely is not the norm, and was similar to a case someone from the Philadelphia office recently posted about.  Just be honest and know about your life.  And your spouse's life.

I know all what has happened in our lives of course. Just dates in my adress and work history as well as the exact dates of my 1st marriage and divorce are bothering me . Never cared about learning this . I hope our IO will be normal person. 

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Ours literally asked us no questions except for those questions on the I-485 about felonies/war crimes/etc and our address. He didn't even ask us for the tax forms. Absolutely nothing. He barely spoke to us and was generally really rude in his mannerisms toward us. We were in there less than 5 minutes. Approved a few hours later.

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