I have an interview for I751 next month at Tukwila USCIS office. My spouse wont be there with me because he is out of the country right now. And then, we still together but live in different cities due to my work. will it be a problem? what question will they ask? we didnt hire an attorney, we filed all of the paperwork on our own
You need to be prepared with a great deal of evidence, especially since you don't live together. It is not impossible to get approved but not easy--even if he were attending. You need to prove the impossiblity if his attending. They may reschedule. An experienced immigration lawyer is a good idea in this situation. It will be less expensive than having to salvage it if it is denied
The mere fact that you are being called to an interview shows there is a problem with your application, despite having filed it jointly.
The smartest thing to do now is to seek a postponement with the local district office and use the extra time wisely to secure the services of a competent immigration attorney to prepare you for the questions you'll be facing at the interview, as well as to accompany you there and most importantly to push the case to a happy ending after the interview. You alone will never succeed and will most likely end posting questions on Avvo for years to come.. USCIS simply does not pay any attention to unrepresented applicants, especially so in unconventional cases like yours.. If you are smart you'll understand. If on the other hand you only think you are smart, then I will continue to see your questions on Avvo for a very long time..
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