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Seattle WA USCIS Office Reviews
Average Rating: 4.3 / 5
111 Review(s)
Seattle WA Review #25374 on January 16, 2019:

KatziGuthmann



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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

We arrived 40 minutes earlier, went through security check (they most likely will ask you to take your shoes off - pretty much like in an airport), then got our number (it was 52) and went upstairs where the interview rooms are. We heard numbers 34 and 35 called and were sure to get stuck for a couple hours. But we were called next, about 5 minutes before our scheduled time.



The officer was very nice and really made the interview to not feel as such an official thing. At first we swore to tell the truth, only truth and nothing but truth. Then he asked us for our passports and IDs since he saw them in our folder. Then he took a picture of me (for identification purposes he said) and fingerprints of both index fingers. Then he said we'd go through the form to confirm the data. He asked me pretty much all the question from I-485: my full name, date of birth, previous names, address and work history, names of my parents, number of marriages and children, my ... read complete review

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Seattle WA Review #25340 on January 11, 2019:

KimchiLumpia



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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

For those coming to the USCIS Seattle location for Adjustment of Status:

If you have made it this far, the AOS interview is pretty straight forward. Other VJ members have posted very good reviews regarding their experience, so I won't go into great detail.

Our USCIS interview officer was firm with her questions, yet, friendly and not intimidating at all. As others have stated, the questions asked were similar to the questions asked during the K1 Visa interview.

Although we brought all the paperwork and evidence requested on the interview notification checklist, the interview officer only asked for the certified copy of our marriage license and supporting evidence of our marriage. We gave her a certified copy of our marriage license, as well as a copy of the deed of the home we recently purchased, copies of our utilities bills, copies of our insurance cards, and copies of our joint bank account statements. Of course, all of the suppo... read complete review

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Seattle WA Review #25198 on December 12, 2018:

PedroDaGr8



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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

Our interview process:

Arrived at the USCIS office 30 min before our scheduled time, went through security, and got in line at the Triage Desk. Got a number like the DMV and went upstairs to the waiting area. FYI, based on my experience, sit in the waiting area on the right if you can, not the portion on the left by the restrooms. Most interviewers come from doors on the right side and a couple people on the left side didn’t hear their number being called.
Our number was not called until around 45 min after our scheduled time. Our interviewer asked us a few basic questions and confirmed our IDs. He then asked for a few basic documents: birth certificate from my wife, passport or birth certificate from me, and a certified copy of our marriage certificate (he also asked if he could keep it). At that time, I also volunteered the certificate and divorce documents from my previous marriage. He said that while he didn’t need them, it was a nice to directly confirm ... read complete review

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Seattle WA Review #25193 on December 12, 2018:

Klee



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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

My interview was yesterday at 7:15am. We live in Seattle so we left our apartment an hour early and pulled into the parking lot around 7. We went through security and then waited in line to be checked in. There were maybe 5 groups of people ahead of us. The woman checked my ID and sent us up to the second floor. We sat on the right side where a bunch of other couples were seated (I had read the left side is for naturalization) and were called in around 20 minutes later. The IO had us sit and then requested drivers licences and passports from us. He took my picture and the fingerprints for both of my index fingers. Then he had us stand and take the oath. He began by directing questions at my husband:

Who is this? What is her full name?
When is her birthday?
Have you met her parents? What are their names? Where do they live?

My husband was very nervous and said my wrong birthday before quickly correcting himself. The IO just joked "come on man ... read complete review

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Seattle WA Review #25189 on December 11, 2018:

Mykel



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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

My interview was a breeze. Didn’t take 10 minutes. Mainly because my spouse and I have known each other for years before our marriage. Our i485 document was reviewed together with the officer to confirm the accuracy of everything we filled and the officer asked my spouse the standard questions of how did you meet and where. It was more of a conversation than an interview. Seattle officers are so nice

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