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  • PRICELESS

    I read this in another forum.... u gota laugh....

    InfoPass Experience

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Heres what happened. (Im awaiting for interview for my I-485 btw)

    My husband and I went to our district office today with an infopass appt
    to speak to an immigration officer as we want to ask some questions
    about change of name ended up being a priceless trip.

    Q : I have changed my name (addition of First name and change my last
    name to my husband's last name) in my home country during my last trip
    back and renewed my passport, its reflecting the new name, so how can I
    inform USCIS about the change of name and so they can update the
    information?

    A : I dont know how you can do it. Wait until you have your
    interview, the person who interview you, will do the change of
    name there and then.


    B : Ok, then do you know what are the necessary documents do I need
    to have or what do I need to do for the person who interview me
    to change the name, I would like to know so that I can get
    everything done now

    C : I dont know, the person will tell you during your interview what to
    do, I dont know. Just tell the person during the interview about the
    change of name.

    D : Alright, Im holding an advance parole paper with my "old" name, can
    I still use it to travel before the interview date? During my last
    time when I was at the Houston Airport, I asked the Immigration
    officer at the Airport who verified my AP, he said I can still use
    it, it dont matters if the name is different as I am the same
    person, so is that right?

    E : I dont know, just dont leave before the interview. You can go now.


    My reaction right then ???!!!!!


    We got to drive 2 hours to get to the District Office and another 2
    hours back home. Of course, both of us took a day off work so that we
    can make the trip. Have to top up on gas during the trip. Our time and
    the concerns and worries about what am I suppose to do then?? Who to
    turn to and who to ask now??


    "PRICELESS"

    IQ question, do you understand the meaning about this sentence "God
    Bless America" ?

    F : Coz I do now

  • #2
    I read this in another forum.... u gota laugh....

    InfoPass Experience

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Heres what happened. (Im awaiting for interview for my I-485 btw)

    My husband and I went to our district office today with an infopass appt
    to speak to an immigration officer as we want to ask some questions
    about change of name ended up being a priceless trip.

    Q : I have changed my name (addition of First name and change my last
    name to my husband's last name) in my home country during my last trip
    back and renewed my passport, its reflecting the new name, so how can I
    inform USCIS about the change of name and so they can update the
    information?

    A : I dont know how you can do it. Wait until you have your
    interview, the person who interview you, will do the change of
    name there and then.


    B : Ok, then do you know what are the necessary documents do I need
    to have or what do I need to do for the person who interview me
    to change the name, I would like to know so that I can get
    everything done now

    C : I dont know, the person will tell you during your interview what to
    do, I dont know. Just tell the person during the interview about the
    change of name.

    D : Alright, Im holding an advance parole paper with my "old" name, can
    I still use it to travel before the interview date? During my last
    time when I was at the Houston Airport, I asked the Immigration
    officer at the Airport who verified my AP, he said I can still use
    it, it dont matters if the name is different as I am the same
    person, so is that right?

    E : I dont know, just dont leave before the interview. You can go now.


    My reaction right then ???!!!!!


    We got to drive 2 hours to get to the District Office and another 2
    hours back home. Of course, both of us took a day off work so that we
    can make the trip. Have to top up on gas during the trip. Our time and
    the concerns and worries about what am I suppose to do then?? Who to
    turn to and who to ask now??


    "PRICELESS"

    IQ question, do you understand the meaning about this sentence "God
    Bless America" ?

    F : Coz I do now

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    • #3
      you asked wrong questions?

      your questions supposed to be;

      Do u know what department you work for?

      are you on drugs?

      when last you took your drug ?

      what is the name of your relatives who work for this department?
      how you got this job?
      Its a discussion, not a legal advise..

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      • #4
        I have the same personal experience with INFOPASS too. I went there more than 2-3 times..everytime i didnt get a single, simple, straight answer. Truth is that they dont know nothingabout all that immigartion all they know is collecting ther paychecks. They never give me any right answer at all either. Going over to INFOPASS is waste of Time, Money, Gas.. and much more... and aftre wasting whole day you still standing at the same point where you was standing before without the answers of tose questions you came with. Just like Mohan said you should ask him Did u took ur drugs today?????

        Comment


        • #5
          If you receive this type of experience with the info pass appointment, you can always ask for a supervisor. Government inspector general keeps a record of complaints made either internally or externally. It may be possible that the individual may not want to help or is simply new to the job or just plain ignorant.

          I have been fortunate not to have that type of experience on the one time I needed to talk to someone in person.
          "Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence." John Adams on Defense of the boston Massacre

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