will the Officer doing the interview have the complete paper work i originally submitted in front of him when the interview comes?.... im asking because i submitted a court certified copy and not sure if he gonna ask me for it and if he does would it be ok if I could tell him to look in the I485 packet?
Will be fine.
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Generally they should have all the forms you sent in the package. However I would bring another certified copy to the interview to be safe. Consult an attorney.
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Yes, the officer will have everything that you sent in.
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