My interview is in 2wks time, but I don't have the interview letter yet in my mail. My online status said it was mailed out June 30 but I have not got it yet, I called uscis and the lady said I have to wait 30days before they send me another one but the date is already on my online status. What do I do? Should I go to the local office where the interview is held? I don't know the specific time but I can go there as early as possible and maybe explain to them that my letter got lost by USPS. What do I do? I'm so confused
Scheduling an Infopass appointment to confirm the date and time of your interview would be a good idea.
If you know the date and time of the interview, print whatever it says online and go to the interview.
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Yes, schedule an INFOPASS appointment immediately to speak to someone at the local office.
Be patient ... 9 days is not a long time to wait for a letter ... especially with the 4th of July in the middle.
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I agree with my colleagues. Schedule an infopass as soon as possible.
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Yes. You might want to make an info pass appointment. Bring a copy of the message from the website and explain your situation. You will need the notice to get into the interview.
In addition to the information supplied in the previous responses, your situation highlights one of the disadvantages in not being represented by an attorney in the adjustment of status process: the USCIS sends Notices, including interview appointment notices, both to an applicant and to his/her attorney. That helps assure that if there is a problem delivering a Notice to one, the other can be expected to receive the same notice nonetheless.
Good luck with an INFOPASS appointment and with the adjustment of status interview.
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It's only been a week, wait a couple more weeks. Also, if you filed through an attorney, the attorney's office gets notification as well.
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