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Santa Ana CA USCIS Office Reviews
Average Rating: 3.9 / 5
59 Review(s)
Santa Ana CA Review #31019 on May 5, 2022:

Nishris

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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

#AOS #Interview
We had our AOS interview at Santa Ana, CA.
Overall very smooth and super easy, the lady said she will approve us and it will take some time to update the status online.
We parked in the building’s paid parking with $1 for every 15 mins.
We entered the building 25 mins early and went through the security check. We kept our phones in the car itself but I guess phones were allowed inside, I saw everyone on their phones. We had to check-in and they took the interview notice and asked us to wait. There were already too many people waiting and seemed the interview office was running late. We were called 25 mins late than our scheduled time. Took 15-20 mins for the overall interview with the officer. This lady greeted us and took us to the room for the interview. Started by taking an oath and then she asked basic questions to me, the applicant first. The first thing she asked was about the I-693 and I informed her I do not have that instead I hav... read complete review

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Santa Ana CA Review #31002 on April 28, 2022:

sakuchan

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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

We didn't really have an interview, per se.
The officer asked us to submit what we think is necessary, and we sat in the office in silence for maybe 30 minutes while our documents were getting reviewed.
No questions asked. Maybe a question or two confirming about our mailing address, but literally that was it.

They didn't give me an immediate answer at the spot, since they had to go over my medical documents that I took before my K1 visa interview in my home country.
They approved me 2 days later, so my partner and I are so relieved that this process is finally over.

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Santa Ana CA Review #30574 on January 7, 2022:

Potatoes

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Review Topic: Naturalization

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Santa Ana CA Review #30140 on September 16, 2021:

mphoenix16




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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

Our interview was great and the officer was great, with very few questions. He said our application was very good and complete. 5 minutes and we were approved.

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Santa Ana CA Review #29744 on June 17, 2021:

DiamondEyes490

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Review Topic: Lifting Conditions

We got out of our interview a few hours ago. It was only 10-15 mins and entirely painless. Our interviewer was a younger Asian guy who didn’t speak Spanish but he was fine with me translating a little bit when my husband needed some gaps filled in.
He asked where he went when he was out of the country in May. He had a checklist of docs and asked if we had kids or a house (based on that). He then wanted joint leases, taxes, health insurance, pics, and joint accounts.
He asked me what I did for a living.
He asked my husband both our names, bdays, and current address.
He asked about a pic of me with my mother-in-law and stepdaughter and if we had both gone to Cuba together then.
Then he went off on a tangent about Cuba since he’d watched some Youtuber who went there.
And boom he went to print out the approval letter.
As he was typing he asked how we knew each other and if we would be petitioning for my stepdaughter in the future (I got ... read complete review

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