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How long does it take for USCIS to respond after interview?

How long does it take for USCIS to respond after interview?

If you did not receive a decision at the end of your interview, you should expect to receive a decision from USCIS within 30 days. We are aware of many cases, however, where USCIS does not meet this deadline. This may be because they are particularly busy and not been able to respond within this time.

What should I expect after USCIS interview?

If the interview goes well, the U.S. government will approve your Green Card case. In many cases, the interviewing officer will let you know that your case is approved at your interview! You can expect to receive your Green Card in the mail some 2 to 3 weeks after your case is approved.

How long does USCIS take to make a decision?

120 days
It is common for United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) to take quite some time to issue a formal decision in a Naturalization case after the applicant has his/her interview. As a matter of regulation, USCIS has 120 days to issue a decision.

Is USCIS working now?

USCIS domestic field offices and asylum offices are open with additional precautions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). In DHS-controlled spaces, this guidance supersedes state, local, tribal, or territorial rules and regulations regarding face coverings.

What are the guidelines for an interview with USCIS?

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is updating guidance regarding adjustment of status interview guidelines and interview waivers.

Are there any updates to the USCIS policy manual?

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is updating guidance in the USCIS Policy Manual regarding adjustment of status interview waiver categories and expanding the interview criteria for asylee and refugee adjustment of status applicants.

Do you have to do an interview for adjustment of status?

All adjustment of status applicants must be interviewed by an officer unless the interview is waived by USCIS. The decision to waive the interview should be made on a case-by-case basis. The interview enables USCIS to verify important information about the applicant to determine eligibility for adjustment.

Can a USCIS case be rescheduled before deployment?

USCIS makes every effort to reschedule these cases so that both the petitioner and adjustment applicant can attend the interview before deployment. The adjustment applicant may choose to proceed while the petitioner is abroad. 3.