I have attended very many adjustments of status interviews and the things I see and probing questions I hear asked of my clients never ceases to put a curious smile on my face. Tip # 2 –
Be similarly dressed for the interview! If you and your spouse are leaving from the same house on the morning of the interview, which you are because the petition requires that you two be living together, you would be dressed as though you are going to the same place. Here’s a related example – if you and your spouse were going to church, would you not dress in similar fashion? The adjustment interview is no different! If you’re dressed in ripped jeans and a t-shirt and your spouse is dressed in her “Sunday best” this signals to the immigration officer that the two of you did not come from the same house- a Red Flag goes up!
While immigration forms may, in some instances, appear simple, there are innumerable details and regulations not included in the instructions that slow or assist your case in being approved. Some individuals believe that these nuances are best left in the hands of a legal professional – only you know what is best for you and your loved ones! Attorney Prince has years of experience processing family-based petitions and is available to help you with your petition. Call us at (678) 705-5409.