I have a valid passport with a valid H1 visa. I also ever had two expired passports with expired US visas for the past years, but I left all the old passports in my country. Should I bring all of them to green card interview? Or the current valid one is enough? Thanks in advance.
Yes, it would be wise to bring ALL passports along with photocopies of ALL pages ... even if blank.
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Yes, it is highly recommendable that you bring all passports with to the interview - current one, as well as all others in your possession or readily available to you.
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You should bring ALL passports along with photocopies of ALL pages ... even if blank to the green card interview.
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