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Memphis TN USCIS Office Reviews
Average Rating: 4.1 / 5
59 Review(s)
Memphis TN Review #29517 on April 20, 2021:

Ana_g101

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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

We had our interview on 1/28/15. Interviewer in Memphis was polite. We went with a lawyer as well. We got an approval letter on the spot after like 5 mins of being in his office. I think I submitted enough evidence of our marriage that he asked us NOTHING about it!

We were just asked questions like full name, DOB, address, etc. We are so happy it's done!!

On 2/2/15 I received 2 texts: I-485 (Welcome Notice mailed) & I-130 (Petition Approved)

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Memphis TN Review #28403 on July 22, 2020:

Kells427




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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

We were a few minutes late, but all was well and it was a quick interview and review of our packet information. At the end, we were approved for a conditional green card and asked if we had any further questions.

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Memphis TN Review #27957 on February 7, 2020:

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Review Topic: Naturalization

I live in Middle TN, but was sent to Memphis for the Naturalization interview, instead of Nashville.
Interview was at 8:45, so I arrived 8:15. Security was easy and pretty friendly, considering. Check-in was friendly too, and it only took a couple of minutes. The waiting room was ok, more or less spacious. There were around 10 families waiting, and I was probably the third to be called, at 8:40. The officer was professional but very friendly, he tried to make sure I was not nervous (I wasn't, but it was nice to feel the friendliness and support), and first we talked a bit about the country where I was born and what he knows and likes about it. Then, I was only asked for my GC, ID and passport, none of the original documents I brought. We started with the civics test, passed the first 6 questions, then the reading/writing (on iPad). We went through the application. I brought a hard copy of the form with some info I had forgotten when filing online. Yes/No questions, talked about... read complete review

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Memphis TN Review #27429 on November 5, 2019:

Robert Singletary

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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

Arrived at 745 for our 815 appointment got called to the back for our interview at 755 asked my wife two questions asked me none checked off some basic questions asked us did we have any questions we said no she told us we were approved walked us out we thanked her for her time and left we were back in our car and headed back to Nashville before 815 total time spent in interview 5 6 minutes lol we had lots of paper work no joint bills only a planet fitness membership contract that we turned in and about 10 pictures that's all that was collected all an all really fast interview very stressful before hand but glad it's over and for all the couple's who will do there interview in Memphis relax if your marriage is real there will be no problem and it will probably be very fast our appointment was November 1st. Good luck all

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Memphis TN Review #27388 on October 30, 2019:

Spardasa

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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

This is for the Nashville office since VJ is too lazy to add it to the list:


1) The office was easy to find (especially if you stay at the Best Western or Holiday Inn Express that are 2 minutes away).
2) You have to go through Airport like security (removal of shoes, belt, jewelry, etc then metal detected). You can bring your phone which is nice, but usage is discouraged.
3) The beneficiary checks in using their ID (Me as the petitioner never had it checked).
4) You are then called by the immigration officer.
5) You are sworn in just like when you had the consulate interview and then the beneficiaries picture and index fingerprints are checked.
6) Both my wife, myself, and my 11 month old daughter were allowed in during the initial interviewing. I evidently didn't submit a copy of my passport's bio page so it was good that I brought both my passport and a copy.
7) I submitted additional financial d... read complete review

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