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San Francisco CA USCIS Office Reviews
Average Rating: 4.4 / 5
109 Review(s)
San Francisco CA Review #25606 on February 16, 2019:

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Review Topic: Naturalization

Mine was a combo I751 and N400 interview. I got called in 5 mins after scheduled time. The interviewer started by saying you didn't bring your spouse otherwise we could do a combo interview. I explained to her that due to my travel on the same day from another city she had to take my bags from airport to home since USCIS office doesn't allow suitcase; thats why she could not come. She grilled me on that. I showed her my boarding pass and also told her that she can call her if needed. After that interviewer was calmer. She asked me how is relationship going, where all we traveled together etc. She asked for the last year's tax transcript which I gave her and she noted that we had filed together. Then asked me if I have anything to add to the application. I gave her last 3 months bank statements. Then she said she would recommend approval but a supervisor will take a call on it since I didnt have spouse with me. Then she moved to citizenship interview. First was civics and history test ... read complete review

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San Francisco CA Review #25546 on February 7, 2019:

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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

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San Francisco CA Review #25409 on January 19, 2019:

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After 1.5 years of AOS submission, I finally had my interview! I arrived at 12:30 but waited an hour before I was interviewed by an officer. My husband came with me but only I was called into the interview. This was odd because every review I’ve read required your significant other to attend so I asked the lady officer at the end of my interview and she said sometimes there’s no need for the petitioner to be interviewed but it’s nice to have them be there.

Questions she asked were to confirm the information on the application form, asked me who I live with, what I do for a living, how he proposed. Mostly the basics, though one question threw me off, she asked about my first visit to the usa, the second, the third, etc etc. Since I used to live in Canada, travelling to the USA was easy so I listed out like 10 visits to the USA previously. Good thing I printed my i-94.

Forms I gave her are my husband’s new Affidavit of Support, along with employmen... read complete review

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San Francisco CA Review #23704 on April 27, 2018:

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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

The interviewer was nice, polite, and friendly, he checked our papers and started asking questions from there, we were super prepared but keep in mind as long as u have a real marriage you’ll be fine, thats why it was not a difficult interview

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San Francisco CA Review #23265 on February 14, 2018:

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Review Topic: Naturalization

Arrived early but was let in. Quickly through security, no signs or people directing you to the right floor so just followed what it said on the letter. Checked in and was given a packet with the passport application in it. Directed to sit in section E, waited about 20 mins for CO. I was called in, by very pleasant interviewer. Asked to swear oath, show interview letter and green card, passport and state id. We did the test first, she did the English test and then the civics test. It threw me that the English test wasn’t related to one of the hundred questions they could ask for the civics test. Answered the civics test in 6. Then went through the questions on the application, finally asked to confirm information listed on form. Congratulated me and I asked if she knew when next ceremonies were.

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