USCIS, to Expand the In-Person Interviews for Permanent Residency

Updated on Wednesday 06th September 2017

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The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that the in-person interviews for certain persons interested in immigration in Miami will be expanded. The respective in-person interviews will verify if the foreign citizens are entitled of becoming permanent citizens of Miami, U.S., as a part of the Executive Order 13780Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States. Our immigration lawyers in Miami can offer in-depth assistance on the stipulations of the Executive Order 13780

Types of in-persons interviews held in Miami, U.S.  

The new policy imposed by the American authorities will be efective starting with October 1st, 2017 and it will aim at specific categories of permanent residency applicants, who were not required to pass an interview prior to the new regulation. 
The in-person interview will be applicable to the following categories of applicants: 
adjustment of status for employment based applicants, who need to fill out the Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status;
applicants filling out the Form I-730, Refugee/Asylee Relative Petition
The new legal requirements are designed to further increase the screening procedures applicable to foreign persons who are interested in obtaining various types of visas in Miami, U.S.

Our immigration lawyer in Miami may provide in-depth assistance on the main categories of visas foreigners may obtain in this country, and can offer legal representation in such matter. 

The interview with the USCIS representatives 

The USCIS representatives can conduct various types of interviews with a wide category of immigration applicants. The main purpose of an immigration interview is to test the validity of the information provided by the applicant in the required application forms. 
At the same time, the interview can offer new details on the immigrant’s background that can be of important relevance during the immigration procedures
In the above mentioned case, the interview has the main purpose of determining if the applicant is eligible for permanent residency in Miami, U.S., but other types of interviews can test, for example, the validity of a marriage between two foreigners seeking immigration benefits in this country, or the validity of a relationship of an American citizen with a foreign national. 
Our immigration attorney in Miami can offer assistance on the main aspects that can be discussed during an interview with the USCIS representatives. Foreigners are advised to contact our Miami immigration lawyer for further details on this topic.