Hi,me and my wife had a marriage Green Card interview today.We were ready with proofs and documents,but beside the questions from I-485 and where do i work, and where did we met nothing was asked.Than the officer ask us to go outside and label/date the pictures and give it back to him,We expect to continue the interview,but he said that was it!?I was surprised and offered proof of relationship docs(bills,employer letters,gym membership,joint bank accounts etc.) and he grab some of those docs,and said if he need something else he'll send a request to us,otherwise we'll get the actual card in mail? Is everything ok,is this thing normal thing,can we be called for a second interview or be denied?
Thank you in advance!
Every interview process is different, as is every interviewer. Without knowing the specifics of your case, it is difficult to opine. The Officer may have been satisfied with the proofs in your case already, or you may receive a request for additional information in the mail.
It sounds like everything is fine and the Officer is convinced of your good faith marriage. The Officer typically has to review the case with the Supervisor so the Supervisor may want something more but it sounds like you passed and should hear good news soon. If not inquire after 30 days.
It appears you are on a right track. The rest remains to be seen.
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