Raleigh NC USCIS Office Reviews

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Raleigh NC USCIS Office Reviews
Average Rating: 4.3 / 5
26 Review(s)
Raleigh NC Review #24475 on August 18, 2018:

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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

Arrived 2 minutes passed our appointment time (which was at 9am) due to traffic. Was very nervous but the check-in officer didn’t say anything about being late and immediately gave us a ticket number and sent us up to the 2nd floor. We waited for maybe 20 minutes. The officer was young and courteous. He swore us in, checked our ID, and went through the information in I-130 & i485. He then asked us questions about our relationship, quite basic questions. He then asked if I have new evidence to submit. I shared new documents that I have and he was appreciative. After that we signed a paper confirming information given was truthful. My husband asked what’s next and he just said you will hear back in 30-45 days. We found out we were approved the next day.

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Raleigh NC Review #24419 on August 9, 2018:

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Great interview. 45 min wait. Asked I-130 and I-485 questions. 20-30min interview by 2 officers. Approved an hour after we left the interview.

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Raleigh NC Review #23412 on March 12, 2018:

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The interview was done and over with somewhere around 5-10 minutes. The interviewer didn't have any questions other that asking us our names and birthdays. Also, we had to provide the birth certificate (or in our case CRBA) of our daughter. We were prepared with pictures and other paperwork, if needed, but none was. Great experience and very nice interviewer.

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Raleigh NC Review #22911 on December 1, 2017:

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Overall a smooth easy experience. Wasn't sure what to expect since it was the day before Thanksgiving - typically a travel day and "leave work early" day for most. We arrived at 8:30 for 9:00 appointment. 1 person ahead of us as we went thru the airport style x-ray machines. Even had to take my belt off, but shoes on. Waited with 6 or 7 other groups in the first floor waiting room. 8:45 instructed to line up at the front desk to sign in and get a number. Only the applicant can get in line. No one else can wait with them. This caused at least one person some anxiety as they didn't speak English. However, when it was her turn at the sign in desk, her interpreter and petitioner jumped up from the waiting room and helped her get her number. My wife understood enough to get her number herself. He asked her, "are you sure this passport picture is you? You look younger!" Not sure if he meant you look younger in the picture or now, but he was smiling and trying to make small talk... read complete review

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Raleigh NC Review #22812 on November 10, 2017:

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The Raleigh office is in Durham, actually.
I had an appointment at 8:15am and we arrived there around 7:50am but the office was not open yet. My husband and I (and our baby) waited in the car and when it was 8am they opened the doors and we got in. Inside, a lady told us to have our IDs and letters ready to be checked and after we showed it to her we went through some security screening (just like you do in the airport), and I (the immigrant) was sent to a line to get a number and my husband and daughter went to a waiting room to wait for me. While the guy was typing in his computer to give me the ticket with my number I saw that my name was highlighted in his list (I got a bit concerned then). After I got the number they sent us to the second floor where there was another waiting room where we sat down and waited for like 10 minutes and they called our number. We had to bring our 11 month old baby with us, so when we got in the interview room we took some time to settle (we h... read complete review

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