Will my wife get another chance to do I-485 adjustment of status interview?
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A second interview is a second chance to prove your case for a bonafide marriage.
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It sounds like there are a lot of problems or potential problems with her application. Have you discussed this with your attorney? If you do not have an attorney or do not trust the one you have, you should consult with an experienced immigration law attorney. Without knowing more, it is hard to say why her interview went poorly and what can or should be done to get back on the right track.
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If they deny her adjustment of status she can renew it at the immigration court in removal proceedings. The bigger danger may be whether they deny the visa petition you filed on her behalf.
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