10/22/2013 4:25:47 PM
Hi amazon [smile]
Got approved yesterday. 10/21/2013 \:d/
Here's my interview experience:
Appointment was at 8:45 am, we had security check at 8:15am, in Sacramento. Asked for dl at entrance, went into the room dropped off interview appointment letter. An officer came out at 8:45 sharp and called our name, he was neither serious nor friendly, I guess he was just following protocol. But he seemed a nice man [smile] . We were escorted by him to his room , stood for a few seconds while the oath was being read. Then he asked us to take our seats. Asked my passport. Took my I 94, my spouse's gc made some notes, double checked our address with us. Asked me 3 of those I 485 no questions. To which I answered no , obviously [smile] [smile] . Asked us how we met, asked us if we had anything that was joint, showed him our car & health insurance was asking him if he needs more evidence he said no that's okay. Asked if we have any photos, I gave him our marriage album to which he exclaimed " these things are expensive!" I also showed him a couple of our other vacation photos... He saw and returned them saying. " I am approving your application, you should receive your GC with in 30days" we thanked him and he handed us the approval letter and walked us out.[biggrin] that's it, all this took about 10 - 15 minutes.
A big thanks to amazon and mygcvisa. [biggrin] and of course the uscis officer.[smile] Just be prepared, honest and confident and it's a cake walk....
All the approved guys can write in their experience here ,if they wish to, so the other folks reading it might find it helpful.
That is great news. Congrats Swe [biggrin]
Remember to fill out the new I-9 form with your current employer.
My wife received a ten years GC. We have been married for nine months. We called USCIS and looks like we don't have to do anything. Any suggestions?
I would recommend an infopass appointment and explain this to them. The officer can talk with his supervisor and confirm that everything is fine. Typically if marriage is less than 2 years, they should issue conditional card with validity of two years.
10/31/2013 6:57:15 AM
[quote=Amazon;6373]I would recommend an infopass appointment and explain this to them. The officer can talk with his supervisor and confirm that everything is fine. Typically if marriage is less than 2 years, they should issue conditional card with validity of two years.[/quote]
are we able to work with conditional green card?
Yes, it is like a normal GC. The only difference is that the card is valid for 2 years. Before it expires, it has to be renewed by filing form I-751.