- How, where, and when did you meet your spouse?
- Where did your first date take place?
- How long did were you with your spouse before getting married?
- When and where were you married?
- Did you go on a honeymoon?
- What is your spouse’s current job?
What are the immigration questions?
- What is a green card?
- What is USCIS?
- What is a lawful permanent resident?
- What is conditional permanent residence?
- Why would a green card application be denied?
- Can I work in the U.S. while waiting for my green card?
- What is the Visa Bulletin?
- What is a biometric screening?
What questions are frequently asked by immigration officers at the airport?
- Why are you visiting the United States?
- Where will you be staying?
- Who will you be visiting?
- How long will you be staying?
- How much money do you have available for this trip?
- Have you visited the United States before, and if so, how long did you stay?
What can I expect at an immigration interview?
During your naturalization interview, a USCIS officer will ask you questions about your application and background. You will also take an English and civics test unless you qualify for an exemption or waiver. The English test has three components: reading, writing, and speaking.
How do I answer immigration questions?
Do I have to answer immigration questions?
You have the right to remain silent. You do not have to answer questions about where you were born, whether you’re a U.S. citizen, or how you entered the country. (Separate rules apply at international borders and airports, and for individuals on certain nonimmigrant visas, including tourists and business travelers.)
What questions are asked at immigration interview marriage?
- Where did you meet?
- What did the two of you have in common?
- Where did you go for dates?
- When did your relationship turn romantic?
- How long was it before you decided to get married?
- Who proposed to whom?
- Who chose the ring?
- Why did you decide to have a [long, short] engagement?
Can immigration check your phone?
What that means in practical terms: Border and immigration officers can manually search the devices of anyone crossing, without any level of suspicion — but they must only search for digital contraband, and only in places on the phone where such material would be stored.
Does immigration know your travel history?
Answer: The Department of State does not keep records of citizens’ travels. The only record of your travels is your passport containing entry and exit stamps. The immigration office of the country/s you traveled to MAY be able to provide you with information on your entry into their borders.
How do you deal with immigration officers?
- RELAX. There’s nothing to be afraid of.
- DRESS SMART.
- HAVE A PEN WITH YOU.
- WRITE LEGIBLY.
- MAKE SURE YOUR DOCUMENTS ARE AUTHENTIC.
- TAKE OUT YOUR PASSPORT FROM THE COVER.
- BE POLITE.
- DO NOT PANIC.
How long is an immigration interview?
The typical adjustment of status interview lasts about 20 minutes. However, you might (depending on the latest COVID health and safety protocols) wait in the waiting room much longer than that before the USCIS officer calls you in.
What happens if you fail your immigration interview?
If you fail any of the tests at your initial interview, you will be retested on the portion of the test that you failed (English or civics) between 60 and 90 days from the date of your initial interview.
What kind of questions do immigration ask for spouse visa?
Questions About Your Relationship What do you both like to do as a married couple? When and where was the proposal? How long were you in a romantic relationship before you decided to get married? When did you first see each other’s parents?
How do I talk to an immigration officer?
- Dial the number 1-800-375-5283.
- Press 1 for English. Press other numbers for other languages that are available.
- Press 1 to check your case status.
- Press 2 if you no longer have access to your receipt number.
- Press 2 to talk to a USCIS representative.
What questions are asked in a family based immigration interview?
- How and where did you meet?
- Where was your spouse living when you met?
- Who did he or she live with before you got married?
- When did your relationship become romantic?
- Who proposed between the two of you?
- Where and when did the proposal take place?
Can immigration ask for papers?
If you are not a U.S. citizen and an immigration agent requests your immigration papers, you must show them if you have them with you. If an immigration agent asks if they can search you, you have the right to say no. Agents do not have the right to search you or your belongings without your consent or probable cause.