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San Antonio TX USCIS Office Reviews
Average Rating: 4.0 / 5
55 Review(s)
San Antonio TX Review #28057 on February 20, 2020:

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Hello all
We had our interview on 2/3/2020 in San Antonio office. We got there 40 minutes earlier.Our lawyer was with us.we sat in the waiting room.our appointment was at 9.45 .Our AOS was a lady who was very professional, quick and funny.She made jokes in between which made us calm and comfortable.
She asked basic questions to my wife and myself.I am petitioning for my wife and step daughter who is 8 years old.
Interview lasted 45 minutes.She said the case looks genuine and that she would recommend our case to the supervisors.
Waiting time is real.

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San Antonio TX Review #27766 on January 6, 2020:





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We got there a bit early and ended up waiting about 45 minutes since it was so busy. The interview itself lasted about 10 minutes. I suspect we got a very experienced agent, she just asked me -So you met online and met once? She then asked how long I was in Ukraine, then asked for documents, I gave our lease, internet bill, release of information forms for insurance, , copies of insurance cards, ticket stubs for some concerts and movies we went to together, and then She asked my wife the Have you ever questions, she paraphrased some of them to make it shorter. She then said ok you are approved and went over the ROC stuff and gave us a paper saying Congratulations on your new permanent resident status.

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San Antonio TX Review #27552 on November 21, 2019:





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Very good experience.

We arrived half an hour early but found a long line of people waiting to get in. Turns out they had no power in the morning so they opened late and had fallen behind 1.5 hours on appointments. We went through security then to a desk to present our interview notice and they took a picture of my husband with a patriotic background (which I'm guessing is the picture that will be used on his green card). Then we went into the waiting area to wait. About an hour later they finally called us up and were interviewed by Mr. Garcia. He was really nice but had a very cool demeanor (we couldn't tell his emotions). He interviewed us together and asked for our IDs (I presented my driver license and he presented his EAD card and social security) and had us swear an oath. Then he asked us questions:

Me: what's your address? when and how did you meet?
Him: have you met her family? did you travel to see them? where did you work before you came ... read complete review

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San Antonio TX Review #27447 on November 7, 2019:





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We had our AOS interview on 11/04, this past Monday @ USCIS San Antonio field office. We waited about 40 minutes past our scheduled time. Sign on the wall said if you wait longer than 45 minutes in the waiting room to contact a supervisor, but they grabbed us right before I was getting anxious.

Interview took about 23 minutes and was super easy. Basically he asked all the questions on the form, like "are you a terrorist" and "have you ever made bombs" and other things he warned us could be offensive or ridiculous. He said it's standard procedure and explained it very nicely.

He also said we were in a genuine relationship and he expects to approve us but needed to do a final background check and get his supervisor's final approval. He said it could take up to 4-5 weeks.

We were disappointed to hear it would take so much longer and that we weren't approved immediately. I was hoping to get a notification email or text, saying approved. But noth... read complete review

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San Antonio TX Review #27399 on October 31, 2019:

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Very good experience. The officer was very nice and the interview lasted only 15 minutes during which we have been approved.

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