What happens if you don’t show up to your green card interview ?

On the off chance that a candidate has missed their green card talk with, there are by and large two alternatives for rescheduling.

The main choice is to connect with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Contact Center by telephone. The guest ought to be prepared with their outsider enrollment number, and Form I-485 (change of status application) receipt number. At the point when the candidate has addressed a specialist at USCIS, they ought to ask expressly to be heightened to a Tier 2 official.

The second option is to write a letter. When writing the letter, the applicant will typically include all their contact information, as well as their A-number (alien registration number) and the receipt number for the adjustment of status application (Form I-485). If the applicant has proof that they filed a Change of Address (Form AR-11) at any point, they should also include a copy of the confirmation with their letter. A copy of the I-797 receipt notice for the Form I-485 should also be included. Typically the letter is not long — it should clearly explain why the interview was missed, and any pertinent information explaining the situation.

The applicant can keep a copy of the letter for their own records, and it’s generally a good idea to maintain tracking on the letter so they know when it has been received. if you have Any other Query or You Need Expert Advice Pls Download Skylex App easy way to find and talk with immigration lawyers in the US