Hi guys, i read a lot from this site while prepping for my interview so feel like it is only fair to share my experience as well.
Applied for citizenship in January.
Finger prints - February.
Received Interview letter in June. Appointment was set for July 1st.
So i went in there today, everyone required to wear masks and seats were 6 feet distanced.
It was 8 am so there were only 3 people plus me.
Got checked in, they took my picture and fingerprints again. Then waited for my interviewer. Everyone were very nice and polite which made me calm down a lot. My interviewer called my name, he also was very pleasant.
He asked 6 questions:
One native American Indian tribe
Governor of my state
Representative of my state
who is in charge of the executive Branch
last one i don't remember
Where is White House is located.
White House is located in Washington DC
Some questions abt myself and that was it.
I was out by 8:50.
Interview itself were 15-20 min max.
Location : Alabama.
Good luck everyone, just remember to stay calm.
I am a permanent resident. Is it possible for me to file for my daughter whom is over 21 to become a permanent resident? Also the problem is, she is here on a visitor's visa and have over stayed pass one year.
Not sure what to do.
Any recommendation for an immigration lawyer in Houston area?
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