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Detroit MI USCIS Office Reviews
Average Rating: 4.4 / 5
108 Review(s)
Detroit MI Review #26915 on August 22, 2019:





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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

Green card interview was for 2:00PM, arrived at 1:00PM.
Were not allowed to pass into the waiting room until 1:30PM, there was a 10 minute line at reception, we waited twice.

Once we got into the waiting room, we waited in section 3. There were also sections 1 and 2, but those were apparently for a different kind of visa / interview. We heard numbers being called off for those sections, and saw people being interviewed at booths, but the GC interviewees were all called by name at the far door.

We were called about 2:10PM, our officer was a very nice and friendly young man. He tried to make us feel comfortable, and invited us into his office. We took an oath, then he began to review the I-485 and ask questions from it, the ones that we had come to know would be asked, but things you have to know anyways, like parents names, wedding and birthdates, normal questions.

He then quizzed Haney on some of the "standard" questions from the I-48... read complete review

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Detroit MI Review #26879 on August 17, 2019:

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Interview was at 9:30AM. Had to wait for about 20 mins before we were called in. Officer Bynum interviewed us. Took about 15 mins.

1) took the oath
2) went over the forms
3) asked basic questions of how we met
4) Saw some evidence- tax forms, marriage certificate (did not bother with everything that I got so I guess I was over perpared)
5) I asked him if he was sure he didn't want to see pics. He ended up saying "okay, since u asked...lets have a look"
6) approved us on the spot and told us about the restrictions that we have to remove in 2 years.
The End.

Over all a good experience. Really nothing to worry about if you have all the evidence lined up and you are honest.

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Detroit MI Review #26421 on June 13, 2019:





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BIOMETRICS

Arrived 30 minutes early, about 10 minutes to get through security, told us to leave our rings on, otherwise straightforward.

Looked very busy, but were directed to a different area for biometrics.

Checked in and were given a form, which compared to what we've filled out before, was easy.

If you follow the instructions in the invitation and bring everything you need, should not be a problem. Form is in English, so if your English is not good, bring someone who can translate for you.

After filling out the form, waited another 2 minutes, then were called for biometrics.

We left the building 15 minutes after we arrived, YMMV

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Detroit MI Review #26254 on May 21, 2019:

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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

Had the aos interview, didn’t get approved on the spot but was told how a conditional GC works and we would be notified in the mail of the final decision, but overall it seemed to have gone okay. Our interview was done by what seemed like a new person because we had someone in the room observing him and taking notes on what he did/said. No really unusual questions pretty much went through our forms asked where we each respectively were born and date of birth. Then at the end after asking all the are you a communist/ working against the government questions they asked if we would like to submit any additional information to show our marriage is legit. Apparently I provided more then enough, we brought our wedding album and he said this is great, it was a huge coffee table book so I kinda forced him to see but he didn’t have any doubts after seeing the album (or so I hope!) I told him I had more things but he said what I already gave was enough. We received a mobile alert by the time... read complete review

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Detroit MI Review #25981 on April 12, 2019:

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The staff that we interacted with were all very helpful and professional, but there was one security officer at the main entrance who seemed a bit high strung and confrontational, although we were called by the other security guard. We went through security, much like when you visit the airport, except they let us keep our shoes on. We checked in and were asked to sit in section 3 in the large waiting room. Our appointment was for 8 am, and I think we were called back at approximately 8:20. The interviewing officer came out an looked right at my husband and called his name, so I was impressed that she seemed to be well acquainted with the application we filed. She took us to her office, swore us, and we continued with the interview. She asked for our ID, and for a copy of my birth certificate, which I was able to furnish, and asked if she could keep it, which was fine She asked about our work - we were both IS analysts, although my husband is no longer interested in tech and wan... read complete review

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