We have been told that there will not be an interview.
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Possibly. Interviews are not required for the process but USCIS has stated they will conduct a few interviews for "quality assurance" reasons.
Sanjay Paul, Esq.
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Unknown. USCIS has not indicated whether or not there will be interviews.
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Based on what the USCIS representative stated during the August 3 stakeholder conference, interview will not be a standard requirement, but they may conduct interviews in some cases to ensure integrity or as part of quality assurance mechanism.
Although there will not be an interview in every case, Immigration will conduct interviews, especially if they suspect fraud.