Being interviewed for a green card based on marriage is not the time to be surprised about things you don’t know about your spouse. This can easily result in your application being denied. To avoid this, it is important that you prepare fully for your interview. At Robert D Ahlgren and Associates, we help clients in the Chicago area throughout the green card application process, including preparing them for their green card interviews. We can help you as well.
Meanwhile, we are providing the following information, which should be helpful in overall preparation. These are only some questions an immigration officer conducting a green card interview based on marriage may ask.
Besides being ready to answer questions like this, it is important that you bring along evidence that backs up what you say, such as wedding photos, general photographs of you and your spouse together, family photos, documents showing property and things you jointly own, and so on.
These documents and evidence of your marriage should ordinarily be attached to your application. For example, you can attach copies of a few photographs to your application but bring the full album to the interview. If your photos are stored in cloud storage, you should print out a few.
If you have been scheduled for a green card interview, contact our office today for a consultation to discuss how we can help you best prepare for the interview.
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