Raleigh NC USCIS Office Reviews

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Raleigh NC USCIS Office Reviews
Average Rating: 4.4 / 5
35 Review(s)
Raleigh NC Review #28055 on February 20, 2020:





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Had a super nice IO. Very friendly. He had already gone through our file so was just asking us questions to make sure they matched. In and out within an hour.

Make sure you add a lot of extra time for traffic. We added 30 minutes and still were a few minutes late.

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Raleigh NC Review #27117 on September 23, 2019:





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New building and easy to find, lots of parking outside. My husband and I took our baby with us and it was no problem! We went through security, checked in at the desk and then took the elevator to the 2nd floor where we waited amongst others for about 20-30 minutes for our number to be called. We went in following an older white guy who took us to his office. He was pretty nice. He said that since we had already been approved for K1 that he didnt really have any questions about our marriage and he didnt ask us for any documents really except for the court papers for my husbands crime he commited as a minor and our baby's birth certificate. He basically asked us some questions off of the AOS paperwork .. the yes or no ones and after that it was over. Lasted all of 25 minutes maybe and then he basically said we were approved (without really saying it lol) - - Very easy.

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Raleigh NC Review #27003 on September 6, 2019:





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The wife and I had our interview yesterday (09/05/2019) even though there was a pending hurricane in the area. We frequently checked the USCIS page to ensure the offices would not be close and the case transferred. The office is actually located in Durham and not Raleigh as per this dropdown selection box. The drive time from our apartment to the location was approximately 2 hours because of weather concerns, so we departed with plenty of time to ensure on time arrival. As always plan to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to your appointment time. There is a security check point to go through priror to being userd to the second floor for a waiting room. There is also a ticketing checking-in portion after the security check point.

Preparation for the interview...
Once we received the notification for the AOS interview, we went down the checklist of items usually required by USCIS. We also included a few pictures...in all about 20 from the date of marriage to t... read complete review

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Raleigh NC Review #26662 on July 15, 2019:

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The interviewer was really nice. I did not feel uncomfortable or nervous during the entire process.

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Raleigh NC Review #26034 on April 22, 2019:

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Interview was scheduled for 8:15AM, we arrived at 07:40AM.

At 08:00 the office opened the door, we went through the metal detector, and checked in.
The girl at the reception checked our IDs and invitation letter, and gave us the ticket (K2), then she told us to wait on the second floor.

We waited for 10 minutes, and our number was called (exactly at 08:15AM) and our IO, a middle age, red hair man, walked us in his office.
He asked us to swear to tell the truth and then he took my picture and fingerprints

Then, he started with the questions.
My wife and I have never been separated, and he asked questions to both of us, looking in the face the person from who he was expecting the answer.

He started with me.. he said you were not admitted to enter last December in Dublin (for who do not know, for travelers from Ireland to USA, the US immigration desks are in Dublin and not at destination).
Why?
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