i and my wife had GC Interview on 01/21/19 the interviewer asked all general questions about the relationship and she did not take my i 94 and did not look any documents except birth certificate and marriage certificate but i gave all the documents ..After 20 minutes of joint interview interview asked me to sit outside and she asked my wife the how is your husband and is there any money involved.After 5 minutes she called personally and asked me how much money did u give to ur wife and i said i did not give anything and there is no money involved and she said to leave and told me that u will get a mail in 30-60 day
I am so worried about the question is that normal to every one . i am so cofused
Well... Here is one idea worth thinking about: if your marriage is genuine that is if you are indeed married to your spouse and have a normal functional marital relationship; nothing nefarious was involved like your spouse and you entering the marriage for the sole or predominate purpose of securing immigration benefits for you, you have nothing to worry about and the officer was just doing her job.
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