just wondering by sending us for fingerprints ,does it mean that the interview is going to be in the city? or they might send us somewhere else ? bc we live like three hours from there and our appointment was like 9 in the morning, so just wondering if the interview time will be at the same center and the same time ?
Interview will be in Chicago or St. Louis, not at the application support center.
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No, Application Support is just that They will take your biometrics.
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No. The AOS interview will be held at your local USCIS district office, or if your town does not have one, then at the district office having jurisdiction over your place of residence.
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Some cities have an ASC and USCIS office at the same place. Others only have an ASC office. Go to USCIS.GOV to find the nearest USCIS field office near you. That is probably where you will have your inerview.
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