Atlanta GA USCIS Office Reviews

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Atlanta GA USCIS Office Reviews
Average Rating: 4.0 / 5
108 Review(s)
Atlanta GA Review #27878 on January 27, 2020:





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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

My appointment was at 745, but we left the house at 645. What was meant to be a 30 min drive was almost 50 mins (THANKS TO ATL TRAFFIC🙃) LOL, we arrived at the office and went through security check first, it was kind of like airport security check. The officers were super friendly and professional. Definitely eased the tension. Once we were through the security check we had to check ourselves in, they asked for my appointment letter and my ID. They took my photo, finger prints and gave me a number. We were told to wait for our number to be called. By the time we sat down it was 7:37. Our number showed up on the screen indicating we were going to be called next, so we moved and waited at the door. We were called after 10 mins of waiting. The officer was pretty strict and professional. LOL, I walked in and asked how he was and almost sat down and he was like no don't sit yet. He asked us to raise our right hand and asked us if we swear to tell the truth. The man said very little and ... read complete review

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Atlanta GA Review #27597 on December 1, 2019:

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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

So I had my Adjustment of Status interview on 03/04/19 and a stokes interview on 4/12/19 and to this date nothing. Whenever I call they say that they haven't reached my priority date yet. The officer that interviewed my husband and I was very professional and he commended us on our honesty.

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Atlanta GA Review #27542 on November 21, 2019:

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Atlanta GA Review #27538 on November 21, 2019:





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We arrived in USCIS Atlanta an hour before the interview to make sure we account traffic, long lines at the entrance and any unexpected mishaps. We got in and register our presence, they gave us a number and waited to be called. It was weird that they call numbers not by sequence.
After 40 minutes of waiting, it was our turn and IO appeared professional. He sat us down, made us comfortable until he started with our business. He asked us to stand up and take an oath and then proceeded to ask questions. He didn’t smile even when we did small talk, kept asking the same questions over and over. It was a very thorough interview. After 1 hour and 30 minutes, we finally finished and all he said was “I will mail my decision.”
It was so nerve-wracking! My online status didn’t update since after our Nov. 18th interview but when I woke up this morning, case tracker showed “new card is being produced”
Oh God we were so relieved!!!!

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Atlanta GA Review #27432 on November 5, 2019:





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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status


Comments : The interview was scheduled at 12:05 P.M.
My husband and I got there about 20 minutes before, went through a quick security check(similar to the one at the airport), we went to the reception desk and received a number. We took an elevator to a second floor. The man there directed us to the seats. After waiting for about 30 minutes we were called in by the officer.
The whole interview wasn't as tough as many could imagine. It took about 30 minutes, half of that time was the officer typing things down on the computer.
The officer asked a few questions back and forth between me and my husband.

Questions to my husband:
1. When was wife born?
2. "Is that your signature, sir?" (while pointing on mine- wife's- signature at the end of I-485 form
3. Have you met your wife's family?
4. Have you visited her in Poland?
5. Wife's mother's name?
6. How did we meet?

Questions to me:
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