Friday, November 11, 2011

The Immigration Interview

If you have married an American citizen you could be subject to an interview by the immigration service.

Many people get nervous when they are called for their interview but if you are prepared and have followed all the rules and regulation you really don't have to worry about anything. The immigration interviewers are very experienced and know what they are doing.

Here are a few pointers that may help you in your interview. Be sure to bring all your forms and original documents that are required. You may be asked questions about your forms and documents and should be able to answer them without any confusion.

If you have married an American citizen you will be asked personal questions related to your marriage. You could be interviewed jointly or separately this decision is strictly up to the interviewing officer.

Listening to the questions and answer only the questions that are asked you by the immigration office do not volunteer any other information. If your English is not perfect they bring an interpreter to help you with the question. You also may bring your immigration attorney if you think this is necessary.

Dress appropriately this is a very important interview and you want to make a good impression. Make sure that you show up on time for the interview as it is very difficult to reschedule one.

If you do not understand a question asked the officer to rephrase it. If you do not know the answer to a question is better just admit that you don't. So what call for your interview at the remain calm answer all the questions you can't be truthful and you should have no problem.

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