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8. Q. Have you ever illicitly trafficked in any controlled substance, or knowingly assisted, abetted or colluded in the illicit trafficking of any controlled substance?

Comment: Under the law of the United States, drug trafficking is considered a serious offense. A «yes» could stop you from getting the |green card. If you answer yes, be prepared for follow-up questions.

9. Q. Have you ever engaged in, conspired to engage in, ordo you intend to engage in, or have you ever solicited membership or funds for, or have yon through any means ever assisted or provided any type of materiel support to any person or organization that ha engaged or conspired to engage, in sabotage, kidnapping, political assassination, hijacking or any other form of terrorist activity?

Comment: A «yes» could stop you from getting the green card. If you answer yes, be prepared for follow-up questions.

10. Q. Do you intend to engage in any of the following in the US?

a. espionage?

b. Any activity, a purpose of which is opposition to, or control or overthrow of the government of the United States by force, violence or other unlawful means?

c. Any activity to violate or any law prohibiting the export from the United States of goods, technology or sensitive information?

Comment: A «yes» could stop you from getting the green card. If you answer yes, be prepared for follow-up questions.

11. Q. Have you ever been a member of or in any way affiliated with the Communist party or any other Totalitarian party?

Comment: A «yes» could stop you from getting the green card. If you answer yes, be prepared for follow-up questions.

12. Q. Did you during the period from March 23,1933 to May 1945 in association with the Nazi government of Germany or any other organization or government associated or allied with the Nazi party of Germany, ever order, incite, assist or otherwise participated in the persecution of any person because of race, religion, national origin or political opinion?

Comment: A «yes» could stop you from getting the green card. If you answer yes, be prepared for follow-up questions.

13. Q. Have you ever engaged in genocide, or otherwise ordered, incited, assisted or otherwise participated in the killing of any person because of race, religion nationality, ethnic origin or political opinion?

Comment: A «yes» could stop you from getting the green card. If you answer yes, be prepared for follow-up questions.

14. Q. Have you ever been deported from the US or removed from the US at government expense excluded within the past year, or are you now in exclusion or deportation proceedings?

Comment: You will need an attorney to explain the implication of this question to you. A «yes» could stop you from getting the green card. Please note that if you have been ordered deported the Immigration has no jurisdiction over your case. You will need to obtain an order reopening the deportation case from the Judge before you could be scheduled for stokes interview. However, you will need to consult an immigration attorney before filing any document with Immigration because of the complexity of your case.

15. Q. Are you under a final order of civil penalty for violating section 274c of the Immigration and Nationality Act for use of fraudulent documents or have you by fraud or willful misrepresentation of a material fact ever sought to procure or procured a visa or other documentation for entry into the U.S. or for any immigration benefit?

Comment: A «yes» could stop you from getting the green card. Please note that if a final order has been rendered against you for committing immigration fraud, you may be barred for life from all immigration privileges.

16. Q. Have you ever left the U.S. to avoid being drafted into the U.S. Armed Forces?

Comment: A «yes» could stop you from getting the green card. If you answer yes, be prepared for follow-up questions.

17.Q. Have you ever been a J non-immigrant exchange visitor who was subject to the two year foreign residence requirement and have not yet complied with that requirement or obtained a waiver?

Comment: A «yes» could stop you from getting the green card. You will heed the Attorney General's waiver before you can adjust your status in the United States. Consult an attorney before filing any document with immigration.

18. Q. Are you withholding custody of a U.S. citizen (child) outside the U.S. from a person granted custody of the child?

Comment: A «yes» could stop you from getting the green card. If you answer yes, be prepared for follow-up questions.

19. Q.Do you plan to practice polygamy in the U. S?

Comment: Polygamy is illegal in the United States. A «yes» could stop you from getting the green card. If you answer yes, be pre pared for follow-up questions.

20. Q. What is your social security number?

Comment: It is not mandatory that you must know your social security number off hand. You need to bring ft to the interview, in case you are asked.

21. Q. What is the name of your spouse's prior wife/husband and the date their marriage ended?

Comment: If only for the purpose of the interview, please try and discuss this matter. One man was asked this question, she answered, «I was not interested in such information». Even though the answer made sense, the examiner seemed not to be too happy with the answer.

22. Q. When did your spouse's begin working with her present employer?

Comment: Don't forget the date has been given to immigration in the bio-data form submitted. Do not try to guess. If he started before you got married simply say that.

23. Q. Has your relative ever been under immigration proceedings?

Comment: If you know simply say so. Don't forget a yes answer could stop your spouse from getting the green card. Make sure your answer is consistent with information given to the Immigration.

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24. Q. Where have you lived in the past five years?

Comment: You gave the information to the Immigration when you filed the application; make sure your answer is consistent with the information already provided.

25. Q. What was your last address outside the U. S.A.?

Comment: You gave the information to the Immigration when you filed the application, make sure your answer is consistent with the information already provided.

26. Q. Who are your employers for the last five years?

Comment: You gave the information to the Immigration when you filed the application; make sure your answer is consistent with the information already provided.

27. Q.Was your spouse inspected by a U.S. immigration officer at the point of entry?

Comment: You gave the information to the Immigration when you filed the application; make sure your answer is consistent with the information already provided.

28. Q. Are you a member or in affiliation with any political organization, association, fund, foundation, party club, society or similar group in the U.S. or in other places since your 16th birthday? Include any foreign military service in this part.

Comment: You gave the information to the Immigration when you filed the application; make sure your answer is consistent with the information already provided. A «no» for an answer will not hurt your petition.

Chapter Six. Keys To Handling USCIS Question.

Sometime ago, a client who was married to an American was invited for the second interview called «stokes interview».At the pre-interview conference, client asked, «what should I expect». He got the reply «the worst». She thought it was a joke, knowing fully well that they were truly married. They had started living together and they seemed to know everything about each other.Regardless of the client's confidence, the attorney spent hours preparing her and the husband for the interview. In fact they discussed every possible detail of their relationship. The only thing they did not discuss was the number of the train they took to the venue for the interview.Surprisingly, when confident client was asked about the train they took to the interview, she flunked. She said «A train», Her husband said «C» and «A trains». As trivial as this seemed, the examiner saw conflict.Luckily, the examiner believed the attorney because he said they traveled in the train together.That little incident could derail the approval of the green card they had been longing for.Alas! It is true. You could fail «the stokes» or «regular» interview even if you are truly married and you live together.You could avoid being embarrassed by preparing very well for the interview. A good attorney's work actually starts and is completed few days before the interview. If your attorney did not prepare you, you have not received the services you paid for.As sure as it is in a regular court system, where the decision of the Judge Gould be based on exercise of discretions, decipher from the Judge's perception of the demeanor of the witness, the body language, the pitch of his voice, the accuracy of facts, same holds true during immigration interviews. It is important that you give your case the best and most attractive face to woo the examiner to your side in his exercise of discretions.To accomplish this goal, there are designed some dos and don'ts that will help you win these hostile examiners to your side.The tips contained in this book have also helped my clients pass their interviews. They are sortie Of antidotes to a successful immigration practice.

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Т1Р# 1. DO NOT VOLUNTEER INFORMATION.

Interestingly, most attorneys' assume you know well enough not to volunteer any information. The shorter your answers are, the higher your chances.Information could be volunteered verbally or through documents. A careful witness or client will limit his answers to question asked. Over zealousness could derail or prolong the interview. For example, at the stokes interview when the man was asked whether or not they intended to have children. The simple answer was supposed to be either yes or no, but the man answered and said «yes, we intend to have children, but the reason why we have not had any yet is that my wife had an operation.........The answer given by this overzealous man led to nine new questions that were not included in the original questions the examiner intended to ask them.You could dig a hole for yourself by volunteering information. Once there was a client, whose African name could be shortened by removing the prefix «OLUWA» from it; when asked her name, instead of simply saying it, she said, «in Nigeria, they call me... and when I got to America, I «changed it to ... because people could not pronounce the name». As truthful as that was, it led to some new questions which were not in the examiners script; Apply wisdom, volunteer information only when it is necessary to get you out Of a hole.

TIP №2. IF YOU CANNOT CONVINCE THEM, EXPLAIN YOURANSWER.

Be smart in response to questions that could trap you especially when you are not sure of what your spouse will say.Do not forget that you could be separated from your spouse at the interview and the same questions you are being asked, your spouse will need to answer to establish consistency.For example, if you are asked what your husband's favorite food is and you are not sure of what he will say, please give a general answer. Give an answer that will be correct or at least close to being correct, regardless of what your spouse says to this question.Another way to use this tip, when you are not sure of the exact answer is to explain as briefly as possible.There was an immigration interview, client, who was truly a Pastor, was asked, «who is the mother in law of Ruth in the Bible», He forgot because of the tension of the environment. It was known, she was very versed in the Bible, but lawyer could not help her answer the question,; because lawyer was not there as a Pastor but as an attorney. She started narrating the story of Ruth without mentioning the name, Naomi. The examiner knew from the story that she simply forgot the name and passed her.Do not confuse this tip with tip # 1, there is no need to tell stories if you know the answer. Do not volunteer information.

TIP # 3. DO NOT TRY TO GUESS WHAT YOUR SPOUSE WILL SAY.

There is a wise saying that the «devil himself know eth not the intent of a man». Guessing will mar your case, it will not save you. There is no harm in saying, «I cannot remember* or «I don't know». Even though such answers will not earn you credit, at least it will not be counted against you either.For example, one client was asked, «who first met your mother-in- Law when she came out of the hospital». She remembered this tip and said «I cannot remember» because she was not sure of the correct answer.

Funny enough; her husband said «my wife». Lawyer later asked her what pas in her head at that time and she said «my husband». This tip saved the day. Apply wisdom, note that you cannot say «I don't know» if you are asked about your father's name. Such an answer will simply lead to denial of your application.

TIP#4 AVOID THE PHRASE "I THINK…"

The interview venue is not the place/time to think, it is the time to know or forever hold your peace. «I think» will not help you. It will simple raise doubt in the mind of the examiner. If you know the answer and you are sure your spouse will say the same thing, please give it. For example, someone was asked at the airport whether or not her passport was genuine, because she was so used to the phrase "I think" she answered and said «I think so. ». The inspector did not allow her to enter the United States but detained her pending verification. For the few minutes that the interview will last, please try to give your case the best face.

TIP #5. DO NOT GIVE A BUNCH OF DOCUMENTS TO THE EXAMINER UNLESS YOU ARE SURE OF EVERY INFORMATION IN THE DOCUMENTS.

Sometimes some attorneys just give whatever bunbh of documents' received from their clients to the examiners* If you do that, you might, have just provided the examiner with a coffin with which to bury you. Be prepared; carefully separate all documents to be given to the examiner. Study them carefully. At the interview, allow the examiner to ask you for what he needs. After he exhausts his list, most of the time you will be asked, if you have any addition documents. At that time, carefully select documents believe will support your case and give them. Any document that is not in your joint names is not necessary. Let your attorney make the decision and determinate when and what to give.

TIP #6. THERE IS NO HARM IN SAYING «I DON'T KNOW», «I CAN'T REMEMBER» OR «I CANNOT RECOLLECT. »

Even though, answers of these natures will not score you any mark, they will not remove from your marks eather.It is better to say « I can't remember than to guess wrong. Please note that there are certain things you must know if you are truly married. For example, if you are asked about your husband's name, you cannot say «I can't remember» that will be making a mockery of the enitire process. Be prepared.

Chapter Seven. Code of Conduct at USCIS Interview: Dos & Donts.

There are certain dos and don'ts that must be observed at the interview before you can have a good chance at success.The result of an interview will be based on both the verbal and non verbal communication between you and the examiner He will asses your demeanor, your physical appearance, the information you provide and exercise his discretions in your favor or against you.It is important that you package your case like a «bride» ready for the «bridegroom».Now that you are before the examiner, the following tips will help (increase your chances of winning at the interview:

LEAVE NOBODY AT HOME DURING THE INTERVIEW.

This should not be construed to suggest that I am doubting your marriage. Occasionally, the examiner could call your home while the interview is going on. If you leave a stranger at home, such a stranger could furnish information that will affect the outcome of your Interview. Most examiners are in a hurry; they could get a piece or incomplete information and act on it to deny your application. Do not leave any stone unturned.

GIVE SHORT AND DIRECT ANSWERS TO ALL QUESTIONS.

There is no room for error at the interview. Do not talk too much. Answer the questions and leave the rest to the examiner. Do not be eager to add explanation to any answer, except where such an explanation will bail you out of a mistake.

 

 

 

 

 

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DRESS WELL TO THE INTERVIEW

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Comment: At any given interview, be it job or immigration, non verbal mode of communication says a lot about who you are. The examiner will surely factor your physical appearance into his perception of you.As you know, first impression lasts a long time. Please put on clothing that will make you look responsible.For example, If you appear before an examiner with your pant drawn down like most teenagers, it will surely affect the perception of the examiner. The examiner might doubt your marriage, because your appearance does not support the responsible role of a husband.Therefore, if you appear like a hooligan or a thug, you may not get the favorable result you desire and deserve. You would Have helped the examiner to conclude wrongly. Be moderate, neat and presentable.

 

 

BE CALM AND COLLECTED

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At the interview, your greatest enemy is nervousness. If you are nervous, it will affect your answers, it will raise suspicion and it will cast a cloud of falsehood over your head. It is human to be nervous, but being nervous will mar your case. Ask me! You could hide your nervousness. Look straight into the examiner's face, cross your legs and relax. Do not seat on the edge of the chair.

NO UMMMM AHHHH BEFORE YOUR ANSWERS.

We were taught in Law School that it is not good for lawyers to use ummmmm aaaahhh before responding to questions. The use of ummmm reduces the speed at which you think because you are used to pausing to think. At the interview table, the examiner will simply conclude that you need time to cook up the next lie that is the reason for your use of ummmm before every answer. Give your case the best face.

DO NOT LOOSE YOUR GUARD, EVEN IF THE EXAMINER TRIES CRACKING JOKES.

Some examiners are used to cracking funny jokes as a way to distract, destabilize you and make you loose your guard. You know the reason behind your being on the «hot seat». Remain focused.

Submit only those documents you have reviewed with your spouse.

At the interview, the examiner might request for a document you have in your file. You need to make a quick decision as to whether or not need to submit the document at the interview table. Do not submit such additional strange document if the questions the examiner might ask will put your spouse in trouble. If the submission of the document is essential to the granting of your application, the examiner will give you an opportunity to send the document by mail. For example, if an examiner asks you for the birth certificate of a child born out of wedlock and you know that your spouse will not remember the full name of the other parent of the child, it will not be wise to submit such a birth certificate, but elect to have it mailed.

DO NOT BELL THE CAT WITH YOUR FACIAL EXPRESSION.

If you are asked a question and you are comfortable with the answer you gave or if your spouse gives an answer that you know is wrong, do not allow your facial expression to sell you out. If you give the examiner the impression that something is wrong, he will explore that particular area of questioning to your detriment until you are derailed. Apply common sense.

LOOK AT THE EXAMINER EYE TO EYE WHEN ANSWERING HIS QUESTIONS.

Some people are so shy that they would rather look down than look into the examiner's eyes when answering his questions. The examiner is a good observer. Looking down gives an impression that you are lying. Look straight into the examiner's face.

BE AUDIBLE.

This is funny. I once took a full grown man to an interview. Suddenly the examiner could no longer hear the man across the table. You need to be audible to show that you have nothing to hide.

PLACE YOU DOCUMENTS WHERE YOUR NERVOUSNESS WON'T SHOW.

At times we cannot control being nervous. If you find yourself in this ----, please do all you can to hide your nervousness. Being nervous will not help your case. 1 suggest that you put your documents on the floor by your seat where the examiner will not be able to see your nervous hands in case you need to get a document from the pile

Chapter Eight. What Could Happen At The Interview

It is the desire of every applicant that only one thing happens at the interview, namely, «APPLICATION APPROVED» unfortunately, other funny things do happen at the interview.At the regular interview popularly known as the «first interview», one of three things could happen. The result will dictate what your next action should be. APPROVAL:

By the time the interview is getting to an end you will have some indication as to whether you 100 have been approved or not.If you are successful, the examiner will take your passport and stamp the green card into it. The stamp will be valid for one year. The stamp will authorize you to work and you may travel outside the United States using the green card stamp for reentry.All you need to do is to go home and celebrate your victory. The actual green card will come in the mail within six months from the date of your interview.If your marriage was less than two years old at the time you received the green card stamp, the plastic green card you receive in the mail will be valid for only two years. This is called conditional green card. You will need to remove the condition within 90 days before the expiration of the two years. If you fail to remove the condition timely, you will be back to square one.For the purpose of removing the condition, you will need an immigration attorney to assist you. This is a stage at which your green card is most vulnerable. You may lose it. You will need to re main married to be able to remove the condition with ease.

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2. PENDING WITH REQUEST FOR DOCUMENTS:

Usually, applicants' without attorneys end up with this result. You might have done so well at the interview, but if the documents you submitted are not complete, the examiner will not be able to approve your application.Pending endorsement is not a denial, it simply means that the processing of your application remains incomplete.The examiner will give you a form called «1-72» with some checked items. You will need to send the requested documents by mail. Some applicants get stuck at this stage. Some files are abandoned in the cabinet or they simply get lost and the waiting game becomes endless.

It is advisable that you fill out an inquiry form from time to time to keep your file active once you have submitted the additional documents requested.

3.PEND1NG FOR STOKES INTERVIEW

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Stokes interview otherwise known as «the second interview» is the most difficult form of interview an applicants could be subjected to. Stokes is scheduled if the parties fail the first interview. This book is designed to help you pass the first interview and avoid stokes, but if you find yourself at the stokes interview table, this book will also become invaluable. You will definitely need it.Usually, when you fail the first interview, some examiner will tell you, some will simply endorse your passport with a notation that your case is pending without any request for additional documents. Some examiners will give you an appointment for stokes at the table, while some will simply tell you to expect a letter in the mail.Stokes interview takes place about a year from the date of your first interview. At the stokes interview, your case will either be denied or approved depending on your performance.

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uuuhhyyy pty excelente...voy a traducirlo al ingles, para q mi amorcito vaya practicando, esta super, yo me estoy preparando mas q un sancocho de gallina.....dicen en mi paiss.....:cara_chinito:  muchas gracias por tu aporte, todos lo valoramos.
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de nada laurgar, esa es la idea que se comparta para que todos los que estan pendientes se preparen, claro habra a quienes no le pregunten nada y a otros hasta el nombre del perro, pero es mejor prepararse asi nos sentimos mas confiados
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:cara_yes:
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upppppppp,