Miami Immigration Questions

Miami Immigration Questions
The fraud interview

If the USCIS has serious doubts about your marriage, they will call you and your spouse for a fraud interview. Applicants often get advance notice of a fraud interview and this is a good time to hire a lawyer.

A USCIS officer will put you and your spouse in separate rooms and asks each of you an identical set of questions.
Later the officer will compare the answers to see if they match up.
Bring matching sets of house keys, the officer compares them to make sure they fit the same lock.
Go through your daily routine, noticing the details of it.
A USCIS officer could falsely tell you that your spouse has already "confessed" that the marriage is bogus, in order to push the interviewee into confessing.
The officer may ask you to sign a paper withdrawing the visa petition or stating that the marriage is a fraud.
Don't sign anything.
Ask to stop the interview and reschedule with a lawyer present.

Sample Miami Immigration Questions.
Where did you meet?
What did the two of you have in common?
Where did you go for dates?
When did your relationship turn romantic?
How long was it before you decided to get married?
Who proposed to whom?
Why did you decide to have a short or long engagement?
Did your parents approve of the match? Why or why not?
How many people attended your wedding?
Did each of your parents attend?
Where was the wedding held?
What kind of cake or food did you serve?
Who were the bridesmaids/groomsmen?
How late did the guests stay?

Did you serve liquor?
Did anyone get drunk?
What time did you leave the reception?
Did you go on a honeymoon?

Who gets up first?
Who makes breakfast?
What time do you arrive home?
Who cleans the house?
Who takes care of paying the bills?
Do you have a joint bank account?
Do you have a pet?
Do you go to church?

Miami Immigration Questions
How many times a week do you eat out?
What is your favorite restaurant?
Who does most of the cooking?
Who does the grocery shopping?
What is your favorite food?
Describe your kitchen?
Do you have a barbecue grill?
Have you met each other's parents?
How often do you see each other's parents?
When was the last time you saw them?
Do you buy gifts for your in-laws on holidays?

How many phones do you have in your house?
How many televisions are there in the house?
Do you watch shows together?
Do you listen to the radio, what station?
How many cars do you have?
Do you have a garage?
Do you have a camera?
Who uses it most often?

What size is your bed?
What kind of mattress?
How many windows are there in the bedroom?
What color is your pijamas?
Who sleeps on each side of the bed?
What kind of birth control do you use?
When was your last menstrual period?
What kind and where do you keep your toothbrushes, soap and shampoo?
Do you read or watch tv before going to bed?
Have you ever had an argument that resulted in one of you sleeping in another room?

Do you live in a home or apartment?
Who pays rent and how much?
Do you have a carpet?
What kind of sofa do you have?
Have you ever had house-guests sleep there?
Describe your living room.
How many sinks, toilets and showers do you have?
Do you leave any lights on when you go to bed?

Miami Immigration Questions
When is your spouses birthday?
What did you do for his/her last birthday?
How did you celebrate your most recent wedding anniversary?
What religious holidays you celebrate together?
What is the most important holiday in your household?
Have you been to the movies lately?
What did you do last New Year's Eve and Fourth of July?

Miami Immigration Questions
Remain respectful and answer honestly to the questions.
Never lie.
If the USCIS officer acts inappropriate you could ask to talk to his supervisor.


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