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Adjustment of Status - I-485

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Sac FO - Card being produced
Hi all,

I wanted to share my interview experience.

Interview lasted about 15 minutes. I took the following with me to the interview:
Interview letter
Supporting Evidence:
- marriage certificate
- Joint taxes
- Bank statement
- Car insurance
- Life insurance
- Medical insurance
- Several photos
Identification
- Passports – both spouse and mine
- Driver license
- Birth certificate and high school transcript since my last name on birth certificate was different from passport. High school transcript had my current last name
- Spouse birth certificate and Naturalization certificate
Children
- Children birth certificates
All previous immigration docs
- Advanced parole
- EAD
- J1 visas
- H1B visas
Proof of employment for both of us including paystubs.

Showed up 15 minutes early. Interview took approximately 15 minutes. Questions she asked were from i485 packet. No additional significant questions. Asked for Passports/Driver license, supporting docs and advanced parole. Didn’t ask for anything else. Status changed to card being produced before we got home. Good luck everyone! Thank you for being supportive through this journey. She said ill get 10 years. We’ve been married for 5 years.
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