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Los Angeles CA USCIS Office Reviews
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Los Angeles CA Review #27842 on January 21, 2020:





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We parked across the street at the Los Angeles Mall for $17 (expensive, but very convenient parking). Then we arrived to the federal building 2 hours early. There is the main entrance to the building, but as we approached with our appointment letter, we were told by a security guard to go to the door for immigration services which is around the corner. So we waited in a short line, showed an officer our appointment letter, went through airport-like security screenings. Once we were through, we took the elevator up to the 8th floor and checked in at the reception window. There in the waiting room, Mark (beneificiary) was called up to take a picture and his fingerprint about 10 minutes in. Then he sat back down with me and we waited an hour and half until our appointment time came (2:45). Finally, an officer came out, called Mark's name, and we followed her to her office. She left the door open and we sat down where she began asking Mark very basic questions (what's your name, what's you... read complete review

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Los Angeles CA Review #27734 on December 28, 2019:

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Los Angeles CA Review #27676 on December 14, 2019:





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We took our baby along with us, even though on other threads it was advised not. We arrived early (there is no where to wait and there is a detention center nearby, so you can't really go for a walk either). We parked across the street at the Los Angeles Mall. We entered the building and did security then went to the 8th floor to register and were told to walk back around and wait. As we went the security guard asked us a few questions and joked with us about the baby. We waited about twenty minutes before being called in and then we were sworn in immediately. The interviewer said he wasn't going through our file because he had already, but since my husband had a few DUIs made the point that he would have given him a harder time if our daughter wasn't there. He said he has to question if he is fit to be a petitioner. Fair enough. He asked us questions about where we met and our wedding. He only asked to see the birth certificate of our daughter, my husband's driver's license, my birth ... read complete review

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Los Angeles CA Review #27543 on November 21, 2019:

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Los Angeles CA Review #27541 on November 21, 2019:

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We got to the building at 12:35 PM. Our appointment was at 1:15 pm. We checked in around 12:50 PM and was sent to the waiting room. We didn't get called in until 2:45 PM.. but the wait was worth it because our interview went as smooth as a baby's butt.. We went into the officer's office and he swore us in right away.. then he started typing stuff on his computer and it was about 5 minutes of awkward silence.. then he asked me (USC) if I've ever been to Mongolia and I said no.. He said "you're missing out.." ... turns out he used to live in Russia and is a big history buff and knew all about Mongolia's history.. We proceed to talk about the history of Mongolia for the next 10 minutes or so... and then he went through the I-485 questions... then asked us:

how we met?
when did you know you wanted to marry her?
have you met her family?

then he asked me if we had any documents that we like to submit for proof of marriage.. I took out a stack of do... read complete review

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