What is a request for initial evidence for your Form I 485?
Overview of the USCIS Request for Evidence Process An RFE, as the name suggests, is simply a request for more documentation. It means that the USCIS officer reviewing your application needs more information before he or she can make a decision.
What is asked in I 485 interview?
At an employment-based I-485 interview, an immigration officer will review an immigrant’s job description as it is described on the immigrant’s original Form I-140. Immigration officials also scrutinize the immigrant’s income taxes to determine if he or she has been employed in the U.S. without authorization.
How do I fill out I 485 immigration?
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How long does it take for the I 485 to get approved?
8 to 14 months
Can citizenship be denied after passing interview?
If you received a notice stating that your N-400 was denied after the interview, this means that the USCIS officer has found you ineligible for naturalization.
Does Uscis check your bank account?
Even if you provided your SSN and are on the payroll, it’s not possible for USCIS to find out unless they see your tax records. No immigration officers do not have access to your bank statements unless you provide them. They can if they feel there is a fraud.
Is it possible to get green card without an interview?
In legal terms, USCIS is “waiving” the in-person interview requirement for some, using only written evidence to approve the applicant for U.S. residence (a green card). Thus the only way an applicant is likely to obtain a U.S. green card in the months ahead is to receive an interview waiver.