Marriage Interview

The interview is the final step in your marriage green card process, and you will absolutely need to complete the interview before you are granted your Permanent Residence Card. The interview is not generally very long, but it is an extremely important step for you to take. We will work with you to make sure that you are prepared for your interview, and that you are maximizing your chances of success.

If you are preparing to take a green card marriage interview, it is important that you are confident that you have properly prepared, and that you arrive on the day of your interview with all of the necessary information and documentation. When you are working with the team at the Florida Immigration Law Counsel, you can show up on the day of your meeting with the confidence that you need in order to pass your exam. We will help you every step of the way to go through all of the necessary details that you will need to have covered, and we will make sure that you understand what will be expected of you.

Contact the team at the Florida Immigration Legal Counsel today in order to schedule an initial consultation where you will be able to speak directly with an attorney about the steps that you have already taken, and how we can help you get through this process and ultimately get approved for your IR-1 or CR-1 visa.

Read more about how we can help you through the marriage interview process, and contact us as soon as possible to get started on your interview prep today.

What Is Asked In a Green Card Marriage Interview?

There are a variety of questions that you will be asked during your marriage interview in order to complete your application for a green card and ultimately be approved and granted permanent residency in the United States. Many of the questions are very straightforward, such as the name of your spouse, a history of your relationship, the names of their family members, and other basic relationship things.

In addition, you will be asked questions about your marriage, such as details about your wedding, information about your wedding rings, how the proposal went, where you had dinner after the ceremony, and more. Essentially, these questions are intended to give the interviewer a better idea of the strength of your relationship and the legitimacy of your marriage.

While you may find these questions irritating or overly-simplistic, it is important to remember why you are being interviewed: in order for the immigration officer to approve your marriage and therefore approve your marriage visa and permanent resident card, they need to be certain that your marriage is not fraudulent. Many people attempt to use the legal act of marriage as a tool to get a permanent residence card but may be acting out the marriage in a fraudulent manner. This interview is to ascertain that your marriage is not just for the intention of being granted a green card.

As such, you may find that the interviewer asks more detailed questions, such as what the bedroom that you and your spouse share looks like, information about your spouse’s employment and their daily commute, questions about your relationship with your spouse’s family such as the last time you interacted with them, and more.

Finally, the interviewer may want to visit your home, speak with neighbors, and ask for members of your community to confirm that you are, in fact, in a legitimate relationship and that your marriage is legitimate.

Will I Need To Do An Interview For My IR-1 or CR-1 Visa Application?

The interview is the final step in your marriage green card process, and you will absolutely need to complete the interview before you are granted your Permanent Residence Card. The interview is not generally very long, but it is an extremely important step for you to take. We will work with you to make sure that you are prepared for your interview, and that you are maximizing your chances of success.

As you can imagine from some of the questions mentioned above, this interview will make or break your application process. You may have provided all of the required information for your application, completed all of the necessary documents, and answered correctly on every line item, but if you are unable to pass the interview, you will not be awarded a green card.

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We will be able to help you prepare for your interview to make sure that you are able to prove that your marriage is legitimate. In some cases, candidates for a marriage visa may be very nervous or unprepared during their interview, which may give the interviewer the wrong impression of the situation. We will work to make sure that you have all of the information that you need, and that you are prepared to work with your interviewer to give them the confidence they need in order to approve your application. With the help of an experienced legal team, you can go into your interview with confidence.


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Attorney Saman Movassaghi, Esq.

Caring and compassionate, Saman Movassaghi Gonzalez is a Florida immigration attorney dedicated to producing the results her clients need. She has over 17 years of experience helping both corporate and individual clients with an emphasis in employment/investment cases and family adjustment cases.

As the Managing Attorney at Florida Immigration Law Counsel, Saman Movassaghi Gonzalez and her team are capable of representing and helping individuals looking to attain a Family VisaWork Visa, and Citizenship/Naturalization. Her experience successfully representing clients in front of the Department of Justice for cases involving Deportation/Removal Proceedings will lead to success in your case.

Her experience and expertise in immigration litigation has led to multiple Avvo awards and other accolades, including the Clients’ Choice for 2017 Immigration Attorney. Her clients also consistently post positive reviews on her Facebook page. Her experience has also allowed her to teach a new generation of lawyers as an adjunct professor of law at Nova Southeastern University, and she also regularly gives speeches on immigration matters.

Counselor Gonzalez is also experienced in helping corporate clients through the process of filing for Employment Visas, Labor Certifications, and Business and Investment Visas with the Department of Labor. She takes on the entire case from start to finish, simplifying the process for her clients and allowing them to focus on their business.

Fluent in English, Spanish, and Farsi – Saman Movassaghi Gonzalez is dedicated to making her clients feel comfortable and assured in making her their go-to immigration attorney in Florida. Her goal is to ensure that those who want to live the American dream have a professional fighting for them and making the process as painless as possible.

Saman’s passion for immigration law stems from her personal life as the daughter of immigrants. Her parents were recipients of the student F1 visa in 1971. Her father came into this country with the goal to improve his life and the life of his children. He earned a PhD in Civil Engineering and Business, instilling in his daughter a strong work ethic that she carries to this day. Saman saw firsthand what it means to be an immigrant and achieve the American Dream.

Saman Movassaghi Gonzalez can personally understand the struggle of immigrants and the children of immigrants navigating through the bureaucratic process of immigration law. Because of this, she dedicates herself fully and provides her personal attention to every case. She prides herself on developing a strong relationship with each and every client, and she is not afraid of pushing the envelope and looking for answers where other attorneys have failed.

Saman Movassaghi makes it her goal to provide you with only the best representation for immigration matters because she believes it’s time for you to live the American dream!