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Charlotte NC USCIS Office Reviews
Average Rating: 4.4 / 5
49 Review(s)
Charlotte NC Review #141 on April 14, 2005:

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At fingerprints and biometrics in Charlotte today, we were at first not allowed in since her passport had her maiden name and her receipt(NOA) is in her new last name. I said that I had asked this question while making the appt, and I was told this would not be problem. We showed teh Social Security Card in her new last name. They did not accept that as identification (must be a picture id). Then they asked for a marriage certificate (which is not a picture id - go figure). I said that the certificate was sent in with the application, otherwise we would not have gotten the NOAs in the first place.

The gatekeeper went back and talked to the CIS official, then came back 5 minutes later and let us in. While my wife was getting the fingerprints done, the technician doing the prints asked for a marriage certificate. My wife told him that it was sent in with the application. He nodded and simply continued and finished all her biometrics (for both EAD and AOS).

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Charlotte NC Review #142 on February 15, 2005:





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So I had my AOS interview today, at 10 am in Charlotte.

We had to rent a car, because Jason's piece of crap car would never make it all the way there without breaking down at least twice. It's been doing that a lot lately. I have long been suspecting that he has some really obscure form of Munchausen by proxy projected onto his vehicles because we've really never had a car that worked right for longer than 2 weeks, but I digress :P

We were up until 1, making copies of stuff and then sorting everything. Then we got up at 5, that was quite painful. We left Asheville at about 6, just to make sure we would be on time. The rental car did great and I had a nap in the passenger seat. We pulled into the Tyvola Center place just after 8, and decided that since we now knew where it was and had some time to kill we'd go get some breakfast. We ate biscuits at the Bojangles down the road (I think everyone waiting for an appointment goes there :-p)

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Charlotte NC Review #143 on January 13, 2005:





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I was sick (and still is) during my interview and i think it helped! lol! It's not recommended but read on to find out why:

Interview date: Jan 10,2005
time: 1:45pm
USCIS Charlotte

I live 15 mins away from the Service Center so we got there at a very convenient time before the aforementioned schedule. All our belongings were hand-checked and x-rayed thru the scanner machine. Security was a little too strict.They didnt allow my bottle of water in even after expressing my little reason for wanting to bring it in.No compassion whatsoever, so, warning, don't even bother bringing WATER in, moreso, FOOD! Needless to say, my hubby had to run back to the car to leave my bottle of water there. :sleepy:

We were instructed to go to the Appointment room. It is to the right from where the main door is. We juz got in and settling our selves to sit when an officer came in and started calling names. First one called was n... read complete review

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Charlotte NC Review #144 on March 22, 2004:

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Hello everybody!!

Well guys, all our efforts to get our stuff in order and all our fears we had about it finally paid off. As of today I am a conditional permanent resident!!!

Here's our experience in Charlotte:

My appointment was at 10:00 am. We left our hotel at around 8:30 because we weren't sure with Charlotte morning traffic how long it was going to take to drive from the Adam's Mark hotel to USCIS (it's only 8 miles). We arrived at Tyvola Centre Dr. at around 8:50! We decided to kill some time and have a cup of coffee and a biscuit at bojangles up the road. We finally arrived at USCIS at 9:35am. I had never been to the new Charlotte location, the building sure is a lot nicer than the old USCIS building on Woodlawn. We went in, and through the metal detector. When I went up to the reception we were directed to go to the waiting room for interviewees (they have two waiting rooms), we didn't have to deposit our interview letter in a box o... read complete review

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