I have an upcoming employment based green card interview. I am currently on an EAD and have a full time role (which I was never asked to complete an I-9 for) and I now have a part-time role which I am about to complete the I-9 for. Would they ever ask for I-9s in a green card interview? Any risk in not being approved on the 485 because of not having signed the I-9 for my full-time position? This is not a case of misrepresentation on an I-9, I was just never asked to fill one out by my employer. Wondering if taking on the part time role an highlighting the I-9 could increase the chance of being asked for I-9 for full-time role. Thank you!
No, they don't ask for I-9s, but your employer should complete an I-9 for you so tell them to do it.
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No they do not ask at the the I-485 interview.
There have been rare situations where they will ask the employer for the I-9 if they suspect you said you were a US citizen on the I-9 , but this is not common. I have never had an interviewer ask about the I-9 in over 25 years of interviews and there is no reason for you to bring it up. .
Your employer should do one!
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