New Orleans LA USCIS Office Reviews

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New Orleans LA USCIS Office Reviews
Average Rating: 4.0 / 5
39 Review(s)
New Orleans LA Review #27146 on September 26, 2019:

Msham



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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

This has been the most refreshing part of our Visa Journey.

Everyone in the New Orleans office has been friendly and very willing to listen, laugh, and help.

Our AOS interview was a breeze.

The agent called us back and after handing her my passport and my wife's Canadian passport that was expired (she had no issues with it), she went through the I-485 questions with my wife. After that she asked how we met and for proof of the relationship like bank statements and photos. As that is all we had, we handed it over and were approved. The entire process took from 7:40 am (appointment was for 8 am) to 8:35 am.

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New Orleans LA Review #26927 on August 23, 2019:





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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

We had our interview and out in 15 minutes just questions from the paperwork and asked how we meet he hardly ask for many documents we approved 😎



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New Orleans LA Review #26781 on July 30, 2019:





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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

We originally received our interview date for June 10, 2019. We had to reschedule due to travel complication. We received an email from USCIS, stating that we would have to wait up to 60 days for a new interview. We received letter with new interview date on July 12.

Our interview was scheduled for July 30, 2019 at 8:45 am.

My husband (beneficiary) and I (petitioner) arrived about half and hour early. The security officers and receptionist who checked us in were friendly. The directed us to the waiting area, where we waited until about 9:15 am for the officer to take us back into the office for the interview. The officer then took our passports and state IDs to verify our identities. We took the oath and began answering questions:

Questions for beneficiary (my husband)
1) Name and date of birth
2) What is your social security number?
3) Do you have a job? Where?
4) How much are you getting paid?
5) Addre... read complete review

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New Orleans LA Review #25402 on January 18, 2019:

Dee01



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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

I had my aos interview Jan 17. Long drive to New Orleans from where I live so we arrived an hour early. At 12:20 we decided to check in. Went through the security check and then proceeded to window 2. The take your appt letter and that’s it until you get called in. I was called in 20 mins after 1 (appt time) by a gentleman. He said our case was easy and we had been married over 2 years and have 2 kids together so he would approve us. We were in there 10 mins. I asked him about stamping my passport but he said I would receive my green card shortly so just to wait it out. I wa so stressed over this because of all the reviews I’ve read. My case was not like others. We literally walked in and were approved. I guess when your marriage is real there nothing to fret over.

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New Orleans LA Review #23133 on January 24, 2018:





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Review Topic: Lifting Conditions

Completed my BIO appt on Monday Jan 22. in NOLA. The office is right downtown and there is now a new parking garage right next door. Not bad price for downtown, $10 per hour. I arrive 2 hours early for my appt, but I thought I would see if they could take me early. When you arrive at the 18th floor you will pass through the metal detector and you will need to remove your shoes (expect for trainers). If you are there for your BIO appt only, go to your left. The lineup to the right is for infopass and interview appointments (I made the mistake of standing in the infopass line for 5 min before I asked someone). When I arrived at the BIO desk, there was no one waiting. They agent took me straight away, asked for my letter and ID and gave me a form to fill in. He was training someone so it was a bit slower. Once I filled in the form, I was taken to the next room where my picture and fingerprints were taken. Most have noted that they were asked for only the four fingers on the ri... read complete review

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