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FAQ

How many days does it take to get Green Card after getting EAD?
I don't think anyone can answer you for sure the exactly what you are looking for, because there are various factors that may trigger to delay the processing. Specially, the RFE if any issued at this phase. There are several I485 adjustmentent of status applicants have entered their detail to let others know how long time it took to process their case. You can have a look at this link below and select I-485. Go through the case by case to get an idea. Generally speaking, it may take few months to several months.U.S. Immigration, Green Card, I-485, I-140, PERM, H-1B, CitizenshipThese are my tips for all who are waiting for I-485 or any USCIS cases being waited for adjudication.Generally, if the case is transferred to NBC i.e. National Benefit Center, you may receive the interview call letter within a month or very soon. We received the transfer letter within a week of getting EAD.If the case is transferred to any other processing center or remain to the same home office where the adjustment of status was filed, you can check the processing time at this link Processing Times.You can create an account at homeland security’s website at Citizenship and Immigration Services and track your case. You can enter your receipt numbers and you can change or set the settings at your profile to receive the notification if the case moves forward, no action was taken in 2 weeks, or anything changes the status of your case.Additionally, you can also download the USCIS APP from Google play store, install in your phone, enter the receipt number. Whenever there is any change in status, your phone will buzz, there will be a notification at your phone and you can see the status without login. You will be notified via SMS as well, if you opted in your profile.USCIS notifies to you via a letter for action they are taking on your case. You may sign up for informed delivery service of USPS. You will receive an email showing what is arriving soon. You may create a new account for free at this link Informed Delivery. It is an amazing service.Buttom line is there are ways to keep track and get an ideas but there is no exact time lines. Everyone has different timelines. USCIS cases are different for each Individuals.
What form do I need to fill for petitioning my aged out daughter's green card when I attend the coninterview for my GC, or will she be changed automatically to the F2 category?
You cannot petition your daughter until you become a permanent resident, and you do not become a permanent resident until you enter the US with your immigrant visa. Assuming your daughter really aged out (with the CSPA calculation), there is nothing you can do at the interview, because you cannot petition her because you are not a permanent resident yet.When you enter the US with your immigrant visa, you immediately become a US permanent resident, and you can immediately can file an I-130 petition for your unmarried daughter, with your immigrant visa stamped upon entry as proof of your permanent residence. She does not “automatically” have a petition, you must petition her yourself. Note that an unmarried over-21 child of a permanent resident is in the F2B category, which has a wait of around 7 years, and this is 7 years counting from when the petition you file for her is filed (after you enter the US), not the petition that you immigrated on.
What are some of the questions asked for the visa interview and how long does it take to obtain a green card?
You did not indicate which visa might this be. I presume it’s some sort of temporary worker’s visa.Any greencard process is unrelated. You may start it immediately after start working, you may start it after some time, you might not even start it, it could be started before you start working for the company, or you could go directly to a greencard without ever having a temporary worker’s visa. The two are completely unrelated (though the most common path is temporary worker to greencard).
Does my wife need to divorce me in order for her to get a VAWA Green Card, or can we stay together?
The VAWA provisions in the INA allow certain spouses, children, and parents of U.S. citizens and certain spouses and children of permanent residents (Green Card holders) to file a petition for themselves, without the abuser's knowledge. This allows victims to seek both safety and independence from their abuser, who is not notified about the filing.
I'm having an interview to get the US green card. What are they going to ask me? How should I be prepared?
My general instructions areBe honest. Do not lie.If you don't know the answer say “I don't know”If you don't remember say “I don't remember”If you don't understand the question say “I don't understand”.As for what they will ask, look at the forms you filed. Those are the main questions you will be asked. If you are adjusting status look up form I-485 at www.uscis.gov. or look for the immigrant forms at travel.state.gov. I think it's DS-230 or DS-260.
What should people prepare for a green card interview based on marriage? What are the popular questions in the marriage interview?
In most interviews, the officer will first go over your forms to make sure that the biographical information you submitted to USCIS is correct. At the end of the interview, the officer will also go over the security questions, such as are you a communist, terrorist, in a criminal organization, etc. When it comes to questions about the marriage, it really depends on the circumstances of your relationship and officer involved in your case. In my experience there are two common scenarios.First, If you have been married for a long time, have kids together, or there are other obvious indicators that you are in a bona fide relationship, you will get softball questions about how you met, why you decided to get married, or the timeline of your relationship. This will feel like a pleasant conversation and before you know it the interview will be over.Second, if you have been married for a short time but there is nothing that would make the officer suspect fraud, you will get more detailed questions. Some officers are also simply more interrogative than others. I find particularly the officers who have a law enforcement background tend to treat the interview as an interrogation in this situation. They will not usually separate you into separate rooms, but the interview will feel unpleasant.There is a third, and much rarer, type of interview when the officer has a reason to suspect fraud. In this circumstance, the couple will usually be separated and asked much more detailed questions about daily habits, birth dates, names of family members, etc. You will hopefully be able to see this coming and be prepared for it. If you think you might be suspected of fraud, you would be wise to hire an attorney to help prepare you for the interview.In all of these situations, the best advice I can give is to answer questions honestly. If the officer is asking you something you do not know the answer to, do not make it up? Simply say that you do not remember. The interview is not a test, and not the knowing the answer to one question will not mean that you have ‘failed.’As far as preparing for the interview, the most important thing you can do is gather and submit documentation to prove that you are in a bona fide marriage. It is your burden to prove that you are in a real marriage, and the most effective way to do that is through supporting evidence.Statements from joint bank accounts, credit cards, and other proof of financial codependency is very effective - after all, if you were committing immigration fraud, you probably would not trust each other with your money? You should prstatements showing all transactions since you become joint account holders.You should also prproof of joint health insurance, life insurance, utility bills, apartment lease agreements or mortgage statements, etc. Anything that shows that you have been living together as a married couple.Finally you should produce 10 to 15 pictures spanning the length of your relationship, preferably with other family members or friends, or from big moments in your relationship such as vacations, when you first met, your marriage or honeymoon, etc. The immigration officer is not interested in 15 selfies, you should choose pictures that have a ‘story‡ or are related to life events.
How long did it take to you get your green card? How was the process?
In short, it took me and my wife approximately 7 years to get the green card. It might be more of a generic time frame, however I have seen numbers which are more than what I have gone through. Every one’s journey is different and could be based on the choices that one has made during the time line.I got my H1-B in 2021 and my company applied for my green card in July 2021. Most companies do not apply for green cards this soon, but I might have gotten lucky. Between 2021 and 2021. the i-140 was approved and then I started waiting for my priority date to become current. Understand that 2021 was not really a great time for the US economy, so applications for green card were also scarce. July 2021. I decided to switch jobs and decided to go through the process again with my new employer, assuming my date will not be current soon. One year after I switch my job, my priority date becomes current and I could apply for i-485, however my new employer did not have i-140 approved till then. I was disappointed on my decision, but again, it is all about choices as I said. I got through the Labor and i-140 between 2021 and 2021. Again my priority date becomes current and this time around, I get to apply for i-485. This time I got my EAD. Once I got the EAD, it took one more year before I got my hands on the green card. July 2021 we had our green cards.One cannot compare every case with theirs, and everyone’s journey is different. If it took 7 years for me, that does not mean someone cannot get it in 1 year or less. This process is based on a lot of factors. I was born in India and so my application gets into the INDIA queue. Again the priority date is based on the birth country and not the citizenship of the applicant.Along the way, you learn a lot about the american immigration system, which empowers you to empathize with others who are going through the process and are still waiting in the queue. There are a lot of people fighting for this and will continue to do so, but unless we revamp the american immigration system, it will become harder and harder for indian immigrants to get a green card. There are only a handful (2–3k/year) green cards released and the number shall never go up unless something is changed.