As, discussed by a number of esteemed Immigration Attorney's here if,initial green card interviews goes awry the officer will schedule a Stoke's interview.
What if Stoke's interview also fails so,the beneficiary will automatically be placed in deportation proceedings or the beneficiary will be allowed a court hearing in front of the immigration judge?
The adjustment process before USCIS involves filing the family based visa petition and the adjustment of status application, often together. When the interview is conducted it is usually in two parts. First the officer will ask a number of questions regarding the marriage. The Stokes interview involves questioning about the marriage. The couple is separated and questions asked by the same officer but separately for the husband and wife. If the officer is satisfied, the interview proceeds to the second portion for the questions from the I-485. If the Stokes interview is not successful, you could get a request for additional evidence or there could be a denial of the visa petition. A denial of the visa petition cannot be reviewed by an immigration judge. It can however be reviewed in a federal district court if the decision was arbitrary and
You maynwish to consider meeting with an immigration attorney to help prepare for the interview.
I agree with my esteemed colleagues. If you have not already done so, it is strongly encouraged that you contact and consult with an immigration attorney before filing anything with USCIS. I also encourage you to have an attorney accompany you to the interview.
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