The Green Card Interview Day
What Should I Bring to the Green Card Interview?
- Interview notice
- Your spouse (of course!)
- Government-issued photo ID (usually driver's license or passport)
- You and your spouse's passport copies
- Affidavit evidence (most recent year IRS transcript, employment verification letter, W2s, etc)
- Certified copy of marriage license
- You and your spouse's birth certificate (if your spouse if not a US citizen, provide eligibility proof)
- I-94 and other travel permits if any
- All EADs issued to you
- All immigration documents that prove your lawful status and eligibility for the application
- Your children's birth certificates if you have any. Including children from previous marriages)
- Additional evidence for Bona-Fide marriage (utility bill, joint tax return, photos, etc)
- Bring originals and copies of all documents (or they will have to take your originals)
What Questions Were Asked at the Green Card Interview?
- What is your full name?
- Date of birth?
- Your mom/dad’s name
- Where do your parents live?
- Where were you born?
- What is your current address?
- Who lives in the house?
- Is this the only child you both have?
- Is this your first marriage?
- Do you work? Where is it?
- Have you ever applied for anyone?
- How did you meet?
- When did you meet?
- Who takes care of the children?
- Where did you get married?
- Have you ever worked without authorization?
- When was the last time you entered the USA?
- What status did you have when you entered?
- What’s your current status?
- What was your status before the H1-B?
- Is this your first attempt applying for a green card?
- Where was the baby born? Which hospital?
Can I Bring My Children?
Don't forget to check out the original post: DIY I-485 Adjustment of Status with No RFE!