What will I be asked at marriage green card interview?

Marriage green card interview consists generally of two parts. The first line of questioning is typically about the relationship itself.  The purpose is to assess the authenticity of the marriage.  The marriage green card interview questions focus on the history of the couple’s relationship, as well as their activities and future plans as a married couple.

Here are some of the most common questions: How did you meet? How long have you been dating prior to getting married?  How did you proposed? Who was at the wedding? Did you go anywhere for your honeymoon? Is there anyone else living with you? What do you like to do in your free time? do you have any hobbies? Did you meet each other’s parents?

The second line of questioning is about the green card application itself and if the applicant is qualified to get a green card and there is nothing preventing the approval. The questions focus on residential history, employment history, immigration history, family history, finances and legal issues.

It is important to t’s important to answer the interviewing immigration officer’s questionstruthfully since the interview is conducted under oath.

Please note that this article does not constitute a legal advice.  We simplified the law to provide only general information.  If you would like to apply for a marriage green card and stay or move to the U.S. permanently, schedule a consultation with an experienced immigration lawyer in Phoenix today at or call our office at 480-425-2009.

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