Is it normal procedure for someone from a USCIS field office to call you and leave a voicemail in Spanish stating that your interview has been cancelled?
Not typically, no. USCIS usually sends a cancellation notice by US Mail if an interview is going to be cancelled.
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Depends on the jurisdiction. I do not see why not. You want to make sure go on an infopass appointment and check of the interview is still in the cards.
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Its possible, if Interview was cancelled at the last due to unavailability of the officer.
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Normally a cancellation notice is sent but a call is possible. You should find out from the USCIS
It is possible. You may wish to call back to the local USCIS office and provide your case number to find out.
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Not normal but would be courteous if it is a last minute cancellation.
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I have received direct phone calls from USCIS, but never to cancel an interview. This does not mean this is not possible. I suggest you first call USCIS' Customer Service Number at 1-800-375-5283, provide your I-130 receipt number, and ask if they show your interview
as cancelled. You can also try making a InfoPass (informational) appointment at your local USCIS Field Office (the office where your interview is scheduled) to double check. The link is here: http://infopass.uscis.gov/
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