These are some of the questions that we had to answer during the conditional green card interview with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The Immigration Services Officer was very professional and informative. Most of the questions came from the actual I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status and the original I-129F, Petition for Alien Fiancé(e). Additionally, we had to prove that we had an ongoing relationship, which we did by providing documents.
Green card through marriage Interview Questions
What is your full legal name?
What is your maiden name?
What is your husbands name?
What is your husband’s date of birth?
What is your place of birth?
What is your current address?
Where was your previous address?
What was your last address in the Philippines?
Are you currently employed?
Have you used drugs?
Have you sold drugs?
He asked me all the questions in I 485 like the ds 160
What drives you crazy about your husband?
How did he propose ?
Was he romantic ?
Did he give you a ring?
If not, Why?
You husband have 2 kids, what are their names?
How old are they?
I 485 Questions:
Have you EVER in or outside United States: Answer is Yes or No
a. Knowingly committed any crime of moral turpitude or a drug-related offense for which you have not been arrested?
b. Been arrested, cited, charged, indicted, convicted, fined, or imprisoned for breaking or violating any law or ordinance, excluding traffic violations?
c. Been the beneficiary of a pardon, amnesty, rehabilitation decree, other act of clemency or similar action?
d. Exercised diplomatic immunity to avoid prosecution for a criminal offense in the United States?
More questions from I 485. Click the form here.
How did we meet?
Who contacted first?
How many times did you meet?
Where did you meet?
What is the time duration of your meeting?
So you are paying an alimony?
So you have 2 kids?
What does she do that drives you crazy?
The interviewer confirmed all the information from the I129f petition. He also confirmed the information in the I864.