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Thread: Who should I bring to the interview?

  1. #1
    Guest
    Hello everyone,

    My interview is next week and I would like some advises from all of you.

    12 years ago, my mother was sponsored by my aunt who is a us citizen. When my mother came, I accompanied her. I was 17 years old back then.
    Now I am now 29. I am qualified to file for the GC under Child Protection Status Act law.

    When I go to the interview, who do I bring-my aunt or my mother?


    Thanks in advance for your input

  2. #2
    Guest
    Hello everyone,

    My interview is next week and I would like some advises from all of you.

    12 years ago, my mother was sponsored by my aunt who is a us citizen. When my mother came, I accompanied her. I was 17 years old back then.
    Now I am now 29. I am qualified to file for the GC under Child Protection Status Act law.

    When I go to the interview, who do I bring-my aunt or my mother?


    Thanks in advance for your input

  3. #3
    Guest
    what was your atatus when you came with your mother? were you a tourist?

  4. #4
    Guest
    I came here as a parolee ( I am not sure if you are familiar with this word). I lived in the camp in Thailand.

  5. #5
    Guest
    If you came as a Parolee, then you have overstayed your Parole, which is usually for one year. Anyway, at interview for AOS you have to go yourself with all your papers like Passport and Birth Certificate etc. Your mother or Aunt does not need to accompany you to the Immigration Office. Your aunt must give you an Affidavit of Support, even if your mother gives you one and you can sign it as Household member.
    Good luck.

  6. #6
    Guest
    Well, I must point out that not only I that came as a parolee, but also my mother. We came as a humanitarian parolee.

    On my adjustment of status interview appointment's letter says that I have to bring my relatives who sponsored me, which in this case is my aunt.

    My parole date was expired on June, 1999 but I had it restamp in 1999. The new date is indefinitely.

    Jim

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