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Hey. i have a short story and need an advise from someone who was in my shoes. so i applied for asylum back in 2017 and never got my interview but last year i applied for marrige based aos and just got an interview date for it. do i need to withdraw my asylum case or that put me in risk to become illigal? or i should leave going and withdraw it if i get my aos approved? P.S. I'm planning to call a lawyer tommorow but im stressing right now and i need an advise thank you
Hi Guys, Today my husband (USC) and I went to green card interview. Before that I was nervous because I felt like we didn't have enough documents to prove our relationship. So we only provided our lease agreement, electricity bill, health insurance document, my military ID that my husband got it for me, around 30 photos of us, 4 pages of screenshots of our chat history and 5 pages of screenshots of our face book posts with both of our pictures on it. We didn't have any joint bank accounts or joint credit cards because when we went to the bank, I was told that I need either a green card, a US passport or a driver's license as primary ID to add my name onto his bank account but I have none of those IDs. I was a bit worried about this but during the interview, we explained to the IO and he was fine about this. So the interview process: At the beginning, the IO looked quite serious. He asked us questions separately and did not allowed the other one to interrupt while one was answering questions. He first asked me when and how I met my husband, my husband's date of birth, his middle name, where he was born, where he lived before, his family members, his job before, mother in law's name, have I met his family. Then he asked my husband the date of us getting married, my date of birth, my parents's name, where I was born, what my job was before I came here, do I work now. Because my parents names are Chinese so when my husband answered my parents names, he was a little confused and didn't say them right. But the IO asked second time of my parents' names and finally he got them right. Then I gave him our documents, photos. He looked at our photos and my husband said we can explain our photos. He took all of our photos. After this part, he gave me a document telling me that I would receive my conditional green card and I need to file for removal of conditional green card for permanent green card within 90 days before it expires. So I know I got approved! Then he asked me some questions like if I have ever committed crimes, a list of questions and I all answered no. After we left USCIS, my husband and I were so relieved and happy that it went well. Then we went shopping haha In general, the interview went well and my husband and I smiled sometimes when we answered questions, so did the IO. It made the atmosphere not that stressful I hope my experience helps you guys and good luck in your interview!