|Boston MA|| Review on February 22, 2021:|
|Review Topic: Adjustment of Status|
I interviewed in Boston USCIS office 2/22/2021 for AOS based on marriage. I and my husband arrived early and went through the security check. We checked in 15min before our appointment time ( If you arrive earlier than that, you will need to wait for check in). We waited for about 70mins until we were called in. Interview was pretty quick and officer was professional. My husband and I were interviewed at the same time. The officer asked me questions first. (My name, date of birth, my parents name, Whether I have citizenship in any other country than my mother country, Do I have any children outside of US, My husband full name, Questions in I-495 Yes or no questions, Why I waited so long to file for AOS, why I quit my previous job). Then he asked me to sign I-485 and I-944 form. He then asked me for I-693 form which he looked at the spot. He then asked questions to my husband. (full name, date of birth, his parent's names, where he works, what kind of job it is) Then he asked about anything to change in the forms and anything I brought. I brought joint accounts, pictures, beneficiary of 401K and life insurance, Letter from doctors, wedding programs, cards from wedding, Marriage certificate) He took the copies of doctor's letter, bank joint accounts and beneficiary information out. In the end, he asked us whether we have any kind of questions. I asked about I-551 stamp but he said it is strictly no and must be done through infopass appointment. The officer was succint and kind. After I left the office, my status was changed to 'new card is being produced'!.