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Houston TX USCIS Office Reviews
Average Rating: 4.3 / 5
73 Review(s)
Houston TX Review #28133 on March 3, 2020:

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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

Approved for the Green Card at the interview as of yesterday.

We were handed a paper approval notice and given verbal approval.



Questions included:

To my wife:

Interviewer asked the terrorist/threat/criminal questions on the original I-485.

The questions below were asked directly from the I-485, our interviewer was going over the application start-to-finish checking off each section it seemed.

What is your full name?

What is his full name?

What is his birthday? My wife was actually a little anxious and gave the wrong month here.

When did you get married? Wifey also messed up with the wrong year, haha, and the interviewer looked surprised but I played it off and told the interviewer she's kind of anxious and reassured my wife to be careful.

Your mother's birthday?

Your mother's full name?

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Houston TX Review #27630 on December 4, 2019:





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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

Our interview was scheduled at 12:30 the day of. We decided to arrive about 20 min before our scheduled appointment time.

Office is on the north side of town not too far from IAH in an office/warehouse district. As they always are, USCIS office wasn't exactly in the nicest part of town if you know what I mean.

Parking was ample.

Step 1:

As you enter you have to go through a security check....greeting employees were all pretty friendly and helpful. As soon as you get past security you have to check in at the front desk where they ask for your interview letter to which they verify on a computer and then hand over a piece of paper with a number it to which we were instructed to go get a biometrics done at a table off to the side. Went over to get the biometrics done (this is for the applicant only) and then were instructed to go to the main waiting hall. Not sure why this happens again since a biometrics had already been compl... read complete review

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Houston TX Review #27316 on October 22, 2019:

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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

Interview lasted 15min. We took our 2-month-year-old daughter to the interview. Because of that the agent just asked for the baby’s birth certificate. He told that he would recommend that we would be approved. But he needed to run another background check to see if I didn’t have anything with the law. The same day I received the email that a card was in production.


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Houston TX Review #27002 on September 6, 2019:





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Security and waiting was the longest and hardest part. They just verified the information on our application. Asked about Birth certificate for our daughter and then a few questions like what my wife would do once she gets her GC and when was our daughter's birthday. Was in there about 15 minutes.

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Houston TX Review #26888 on August 20, 2019:





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Review Topic: Naturalization

Greetings Everyone!

On July 10th 2019 we were notified of Natasha's Naturalization Interview had been scheduled for August 14th, 2019 at 9:25 am.

We arrived just before 9:00, went through security and checked in! The waiting room was about 70% to 75% full. After a few minutes we noticed there was a constant refrain of calling people to door number one and literally happening every minute or two. Natasha's name was called at 09:30 and she calmly yet a bit nervous met her Interview Officer and disappeared beyond door number one.

Natasha emerged about fifteen minutes later with a huge smile on her face and declared that she passed her tests, her interview and the officer marked her form "Recommended for Approval"!!!!

Wow! We cannot believe it is over!

What a great experience! After arriving in the Officer's interview room Natasha held up her right hand and was sworn in. She was asked her to show her passport, drive... read complete review

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