The five mistakes you don’t want to make when you go to your immigration interview:
1. You don’t want to forget anything, your documents especially. Go over the list that USCIS sends you and triple check that you have all of your paperwork. If you’re missing documents, a lot of bad things can happen.
2. Don’t guess at your interview. Especially when English isn’t your primary language, it can be easy to misunderstand what the officer is asking. If you don’t understand, ask them to restate the question. Answering wrongly can disqualify you from naturalizing or getting a green card.
3.Don’t interrupt the officer. Each officer has their own rhythm, their own quirks, and their own ways of doing things. Go with the flow of what the officer is asking. Answer concisely. Interrupting the officer will make them upset. If you are confused by what they are asking look to your lawyer.
4.Never lie to the immigration officer. Lying to an officer can permanently disqualify you from ever receiving an immigration benefit. This is one of the reasons why it is good to have an immigration lawyer prepare you for your interview.
5.Never ask an officer for an answer in your interview. Treat it like a job interview. Dress professionally and act with respect towards the officer.
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