The interview should go rather smoothly if you have thoroughly documented the case.
The process can get complicated or it may not be. It really depends on what immigration officer you’re going to have. At least that’s been my experience.
If it’s a marriage case and it’s a short relationship before you got married and there’s not a lot of supporting documents showing the validity of the marriage, the officer may separate each one of you and conduct and interview.
At that type of an interview, the attorney is able to be in the interviewing room with each person. It really depends on the case. If you’ve documented the case very thoroughly and you have children, for example, the interview should go rather quickly.
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