Seat belt ticket? Not an issue. Were you arrested? (i doubt it, but if you were need to disclose). You can mention the ticket to the officer during the interview, but it was a seatbelt ticket and you paid a fine, it is not a big deal. If you have any other issues, hire an attorney to do to an interview with you. Good Luck!
If you are in possession of your birth/marriage certificates take them with you to the interview (make copies of same, so you can give them copies if they request it). It is possible to request that you are scheduled on the same date as your wife, however it is not guaranteed at all. Also, at some point before your interview you will receive a list of items you should bring to the interview, read it carefully and bring everything that you have or tjhat applies to you and your wife. If you...
Did you have a conditional greencard? If you filed I-751 you had a conditional green card and you filed for a permanent 10 year green card. Once I-751 is filed USCIS will send you a receipt that also extends your residency for one year while the I-751 is in process. Usually you are scheduled for biometrics and if supporting documents submitted with I-751 you might not even be scheduled for an interview and received an approval for I-751. I dont know what you have submitted to show your bona...
You should probably hire an attorney to make sure everything is done coorectly. Where are you going to get married and when? Need a little more information. Feel free to contact this office. Good Luck!.
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Maspeth, New York 11378
USCIS is receiving more and more Application of same nature. Thus processing and waiting time can not be estimated. I dont see any reasons to be concerned at this time, but I do suggest sending a letter requesting the status of your case and attach a copy of the Notice of Action you received or better hire an attorney if you are so concerned. Good Luck!