USCIS Assistance

Many foreign nationals who apply for or are sponsored for immigration benefits receive requests for personal interviews at local U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) offices. These interviews may be related to I-130 petitions or to I-485 or N-400 applications. USCIS officers conduct these interviews as part of their adjudication of requests for lawful permanent resident (LPR) status or naturalization. USCIS officers are trained to examine each applicant or petitioner’s eligibility for the requested benefit and also to look  for disqualifications such as arrests, the accrual of “unlawful presence” in the United States or other circumstances that may make someone inadmissible to the U.S. or ineligible to receive LPR status or become a citizen. Some foreign nationals, after their USCIS interviews, receive letters asking for more information or documents. Other applicants are fortunate enough to receive the news that their applications or petitions have been approved.

How We Can Help You

  • The Murthy Law Firm provides advice and assistance, answering questions about the USCIS interview, including proof of bona fide marriage,  inadmissibility issues, adjustment-of-status eligibility, and matters of naturalization.
  • We analyze complex situations, including those in which individuals have complied with their immigration responsibilities but an employer may not have properly abided by all immigration regulations. Our attorneys advise individuals on the employment-related questions that may be raised during a USCIS interview and how these may affect the outcome of their immigration or naturalization processes.
  • Our attorneys also provide consultations to prepare applicants for their scheduled interviews.
  • We assist individuals in preparing documents to present during interviews with USCIS officers.
  • Our attorneys accompany individuals, representing them at their interviews conducted at USCIS district and field offices across the United States.


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