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Tucson AZ USCIS Office Reviews
Average Rating: 4.6 / 5
27 Review(s)
Tucson AZ Review #15801 on December 17, 2014:





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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

**Adjusting status from a K1 visa**

The appointment was delayed, but only by about 15 minutes, and the Officer was very nice and explained that they had staff shortages that morning.
We went into a small interview room. The officer looked through our file and asked me to verify my name, address and DOB. He chatted briefly with myself and my husband, and then stated that the application had been approved, and that I will receive my GC within the next two weeks. I received two identical emails a few hours later stating that my card has gone into production.

In our experience, all of the staff at the Tucson Office are very friendly, helpful and professional. Dealing with USCIS has been a very pleasant overall experience for us

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Tucson AZ Review #15653 on November 21, 2014:





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Review Topic: Employment Authorization

Everything went so well! I was a little nervous at first. She asked us some questions on how we met, and asked to see proof of our marriage. I provided wedding photos, a copy of our insurance card, a bill that he pays that has our address on it, and our bank account statement. We chatted about the weather and about how awesome Tucson is and before I knew it we were approved!

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Tucson AZ Review #14996 on August 12, 2014:





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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

Note: I adjusted status from a K1 visa, after immigrating from Canada.

The interview went extremely well and it was actually quite enjoyable. We arrived about 15 minutes before our interview time and were taken in about 10 minutes after that. The whole process took about 15 minutes.

Our interviewer was very nice and it was more like a conversation than anything else. I came very prepared, but all that she asked for was my husband's and my ID's (I used my EAD/AP card), and our documents to prove joint assets. I had our lease, our bank account statements (most recent for checking and saving), our health insurance cards, my husband's life insurance policy with my name as beneficiary, and a bill from dental surgery I had that my husband paid for, with our address on it. We also brought a photo album that spanned our whole relation, with around 150-200 photos in it. She spent most of the interview asking about how we met and the relationship progressed, and th... read complete review

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Tucson AZ Review #13992 on March 4, 2014:





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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

Arrived 20 minutes early for interview. Interview was exactly on time and lasted only 15 minutes. We were asked how we met, what each of our parents thought when we met and whether we planned to stay in the US for a while? We were asked to submit any documentation that showed our bond, so we submitted our rental agreement, joint bank account and health/insurance docs. We were then advised things were good and we would received the card in 2-6 weeks. javascript:emoticon('')

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Tucson AZ Review #13796 on February 4, 2014:





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Review Topic: Adjustment of Status

Our appointment was at 1pm, we arrived at 12:45. There were 2 other pairs of people there before us. We were the second pair to be called in. The woman who interviewed us was very nice. We had to show our identification (passports) but she didn't want to see his EAD card, even though it was listed on the paperwork. She went over our application and asked my husband (the beneficiary) questions to make sure things were correct. She wanted to know if he knew our address and the date he arrived in the states last, if he had been arrested before- the general questions that he had to fill out on the paperwork. Then she asked us how we met and when/where we first met in person. She wanted to know how we decided to move here. She said it was her job to be nosy, but she didn't ask anything overly personal or that we hadn't answered before. She looked at our wedding pictures and our certified wedding license (we provided her a copy) and my divorce papers. Then she told us we were approved and th... read complete review

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