Atlanta Immigration Attorneys

Appearance at Interviews

The interview at a USCIS Field Office regarding your immigration application may be one of the most stressful moments of your life. However, Klinke Immigration has built a strong practice of assisting clients to feel comfortable and confident during the interview process. We have appeared with hundreds of individuals and helped address complex areas of the law with USCIS Adjudication Officers.

Even if we did not prepare your case, if you feel as though you would like assistance in the interview, Klinke Immigration may be able to help. We can review the particulars of your application in order to help you prepare for any questions or complications that may arise when facing your interview officials.

Contact a Marietta immigration lawyer at (678) 713-4255 to discuss how we can help you prepare for your interview.

Information about Appearances at Interviews

Being asked to appear at an immigration interview is generally considered to be a normal part of your application process whether it is an interview for adjustment of status, naturalization, or for a marriage green card. The interviewing officer will likely ask questions relating to the type of immigration process you are involved in.

Interview examples:

  • In a family-based green card interview, your admissibility to the U.S. will likely be verified along with details about your relationship with your sponsor. Your interviewer will want to establish that you have a genuine relationship with your family member.
  • In an employment-based green card interview, you will likely be questioned about your job and your employer.
  • In a marriage-based green card interview, the questioning will relate to the validity of your relationship with your spouse and your marriage.

You will be required to bring all the original documentation that applies to your particular situation, such as birth certificates, marriage certificates, medical reports, employment verification, etc. It is best to have a copy of your application/petition with you so that you can refer to it to answer any questions. In a naturalization interview, you will have to demonstrate your ability to speak, read, and write English along with other requirements.

We Can Help Prepare You

While the interview process may seem daunting, we are here to help you overcome the stress and fear that you may be experiencing. Our goal is to ensure that your interview goes smoothly, that any complications are anticipated and prepared for, and that you have the confidence needed for a favorable outcome.

Reach out to Hope Immigration at (678) 713-4255 to learn more about how we can assist you today.