Most frequently asked questions and answers
The marriage green card interview is held at your local U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) office and is conducted by an immigration officer.
Generally, marriage green card interviews are between 30 minutes to an hour.
First, you want to prepare for the marriage green card interview questions. Second, you want to make sure to bring all the proper supporting documents. Lastly, when attending your interview make sure to dress well, I’d recommend business casual, answer ever question truthfully and honestly, and answer only what the officer is asking of you. Bring lots of photos, be positive, and also stay calm and collected. Read our article on 101 marriage green card interview questions and tips and what to expect to learn more.
Yes. You and your spouse must attend the interview together, except in very exceptional circumstances, and then you’d need a discretionary waiver.
Generally, if approved, you will receive your green card within 90 days. Also, you will either receive a 2 year conditional green card, if married less then two years when you filed, or a 10 year green card.