Originally Posted by: Gaby
You mentioned that: "Usually people are called for interview at the 130 stage when the beneficiary is in removal proceedings". Do you know what do they need at the interview for someone that is in removal proceedings?
Or 2nd marriage?
You sound like this is a second marriage for you. Did you get your GC or citizanship through marriage, if so then there is a good chance that USCIS will usually want to find out that your first marriage was not for the purpose of obtaining a GC.
This marriage based GC has been abused a lot such that USCIS tends to be suspicious at every turn.
Yeah if you have been divorced, you have to bring all the official court documents showing that your marriage has been dissolved.
I have seen cases where people got married first, get a GC, then divorce and turn around and try to marry someone else. USCIS then calls the first spouse to find out if they think the marriage might have been for the purpose of GC. If the first spouse says yes, they think their spouse dubbed them to get a GC, that will only go a long way to complicate things.
Note that these are just scenarios, I do not know what your background is, any advice in my write up is purely general....
Good luck with your interview