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Norfolk VA USCIS Office Reviews
Average Rating: 4.4 / 5
59 Review(s)
Norfolk VA Review #28110 on February 27, 2020:





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Norfolk VA Review #28001 on February 13, 2020:





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I am the US citizen writing this. We had a very good experience in Norfolk but it was definitely not what we expected. We had an 8 am appointment time on 2/12. For use that meant we had to drive in the day before and stay the night. I would recommend La Quinta Inn as a good place to stay. 1 mile from the USCIS site and cheap as far as Norfolk goes.
We arrived to our appointment 20 minutes early. Other were there as well as multiple people are given the same time. The office began to let us in at 7:50am. Everyone goes through airport style security. That went smoothly. After the security check you are called to the appointment desk (which is right behind security). The desk checks you in and sends you to the second floor where the interviews take place. At both the security check and the appointment desk you had to show your appointment letter and ID (we both used Virginia driver licences).

We barely sat down when we were called back for the interview. Our interv... read complete review

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Norfolk VA Review #27593 on November 29, 2019:

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Me and my husband entered the office 45 minutes prior to the interview. We waited for too long and got called in separately. We were totally surprised as we were not expecting to be called in separately. The interviewing officer called my husband first who is a US citizen and when i stood up, she said that she just needed him. My husband told me that the officer asked for his ID, lease and tax returns and nothing else, no pictures, nothing. Since my husband is a sponsor, she gave him a printed letter explaining him about the sponsorship. He said that the officer has gone through general questions. After 30 minutes or so, my husband returned to the waiting area and she then called my name. The officer made me take an oath, and asked for my ID. I showed her the ID and started asking questions from our I485 application. She asked dates of our relationship and the dates when i lived in Virginia. She asked me a tricky question to which I told that i work in Virginia and I used to visit my h... read complete review

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Norfolk VA Review #27467 on November 11, 2019:

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Entered the office 1st at 7:45 made our way upstairs waited till 9 am for an 8 am interview. Woman was pleasant Interview was pretty informal and we didn't have any inclination of how it was going to turn out. Told us we could inquire after 120 days so we figured we'd be waiting. Recieved notice Saturday morning that I was approved

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Norfolk VA Review #27463 on November 11, 2019:





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We had our AOS interview 11/7. received notification of approval 11/10, but dated 11/8.

interview was at 8, we were there at 7 30 and first ones in, didnt have interview until shortly after 9 (this was concerning since i had a 10:30 hair appointment LMAO) 😕

questions... pretty easy/standard. basically verifying info on the forms submitted. Asked paul some of my family members names and info about my kids (some he knew, some he didnt lol). asked me his parents names and kids birthdays (aside from month i didnt know- they are grown lol). My financial situation has changed, she did not want updated affidavit of support (i did have updated version), but did take hubbys pay stubs and employment verification letter. She did ask about pauls criminal background (bar fight 20 some years ago and DUI in 2016- assault charge was expunged and DUI resolved that same year while he was still in canada). The only other thing she wanted was relationship evidence (photos... read complete review

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