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MARRIAGE & ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS INTERVIEWS

 

A person attempting to adjust their status through their United States Citizen or Legal Permanent Resident Spouse may be required to attend a Marriage interview before United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). During the interview the couple will likely be asked questions about their relationship. The couple is also generally required to provide certain documents in order to prove that they live together in a bonafide relationship. An attorney can assist with ensuring the couple is prepared with the right documentation and knows what to expect when they meet with a USCIS.

 

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

 

What will I need to take to the interview?
The USCIS generally provides a list of documentation to be taken to the interview. However, it is important to ensure one is taking everything that is required and it is organized and prepared in the correct manner.

 

What documents will be required to prove a bonafide marriage?
Generally documents such as joint tax returns, joint bills, photographs and travel should be provided to document a bonafide marriage. This only a small sample of what evidence could be provided and essentially any documentation that proves the couple has formed a life together may be valid.

 

What questions will be asked?
It is impossible to know exactly what questions will be asked at a USCIS Interview. However, one should be prepared to answer extensive questions about their relationship and history. An experienced Immigration Attorney will be able to help prepare you in the best way possible. They may also attend the interview to ensure improper questions are not asked.

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