If you are an immigrant to the US, it is likely you will need to be interviewed by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) sooner or later, for one reason or another. USCIS interviews are most common for seeking citizenship, but other immigration goals may also require you to sit for an interview. An interview usually isn’t as difficult or “bad” as one might fear, but it does take paperwork and preparation, and you may want a guide and advocate during the interview.
I can help you on some or all of the USCIS interview process. I will guide you through the process, answer questions, and (if you want) be at your side during the interview. You can contact me, Boston immigration attorney Giselle M. Rodriguez, to discuss your case. Below are the specific types of USCIS interviews I can help you with.
- N-400: Application for Naturalization
- N-600: Application for Certificate of Citizenship
- N-600K: Application for Citizenship and Issuance of Certificate Under Section 322
- I-751: Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence
- I-485: Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status
- The Affirmative Asylum Process with USCIS also will require an interview, in which you are allowed to bring an attorney or accredited representative
Two quick notes:
1: We can meet in-person, on Zoom, or by phone.
2: My legal fees DO include the translations of relevant documents.