Yes, in all cases where I am the attorney of record who prepared and filed the AOS application. For those dates when I happen to have a conflict or will travel, clients usually agree to have me reset the interview date.
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We attend most interviews, especially if there are any issues (e.g., convictions, previous marriages, etc.)
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If I'm allowed to be there, then I am there. While I think the preparation is most important, things can go sideways in a hurry. Since I know the case inside and out, I can usually clear up any confusion or incorrect answers that might come out from nerves or something else. And besides, that is what you pay me to do: fight for you at all stages of the process.
Thomas J. Baker
Sacramento Immigration Attorney
Law Office of Daniel M. Wigon - 916-447-8975. This should not be taken as legal advice. Consult with a local attorney before making a decision that could adversely affect your rights.
If I am representing the client then I or another attorney from my office will go with them to their USCIS interview, even if there are no issues. When people go unrepresented, examiners can sometimes be rude or inappropriate or cause delays simply because they have not reviewed the file. I can often help avoid these problems.
I attend most interview with my clients irrespective of complexity.
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In clean cases where client (no criminal issues, etc).doesn't want me to attend the interviews go well and most officers are thoughtful and nice.