/How to Prepare for an Immigration Interview (Part 2)

How to Prepare for an Immigration Interview (Part 2)

These immigration interview tips can help you prepare for what you should do when you sit down to talk with USCIS officials about your immigration affairs.

These immigration interview tips can help you prepare for what you should do when you sit down to talk with USCIS officials about your immigration affairs.

Picking up from How to Prepare for an Immigration Interview (Part 1)¸ below, we will provide some additional immigration interview tips that can help people prepare to meet with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) officials. By following these tips, people can do their best to make sure that their USCIS interviews go as smoothly as possible.

Immigration Interview Tips: What You Should Do in USCIS Interviews

When you sit down with a USCIS agent, you SHOULD:

  • Bring all of your immigration documents – The USCIS official will likely ask you a series of questions, and you may need show these documents to the official to back up your answers (or simply to refer to clarify your answers). Having these documents on hand to reference can help the process run smoothly, will show that you are serious about this interview and your requested status change and ultimately can help reduce the chances that your immigration matters will be delayed.
  • Be ready to answer some personal questions – This is especially true if your requested status change involves a fiancé visa or other family matters. While you may be sensitive to such questions, it’s important that you remember that the more honest you are in providing answers, the more smoothly your interview will go.
  • Be prepared to sit down for the interview one-on-one – In some cases, USCIS officials may request to interview you separate from your family members, your fiancé, etc. When this is the case, be ready to comply with these requests, and be honest when you are asked questions regarding your relationships to others and your intentions for the requested status change.

Look for the final part of this blog for some more essential tips regarding what you SHOULD do during USCIS immigration interviews.

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