- Can I travel while waiting for my green card?
- How long I have to wait for my green card after the interview?
- What happens after green card interview?
- Is there background check after green card interview?
- How long does it take Uscis to make a decision after interview 2020?
- What is my status while waiting for green card?
Can I travel while waiting for my green card?
You cannot travel internationally unless you have received a travel authorization document from USCIS, known as an advance parole document.
You are required to obtain such travel authorization if you seek to re-enter the United States after temporary foreign travel..
How long I have to wait for my green card after the interview?
Technically, the USCIS has to provide you with a decision on your naturalization application within 120 days of your naturalization interview. In a green card application, the USCIS is supposed to provide you with an official notification of their decision within 30 days of your interview.
What happens after green card interview?
If the interview goes well, the U.S. government will approve your Green Card case. In many cases, the interviewing officer will let you know that your case is approved at your interview! You can expect to receive your Green Card in the mail some 2 to 3 weeks after your case is approved.
Is there background check after green card interview?
By the time of your interview, USCIS will have already run a criminal background check on you and knows whether you have been arrested.
How long does it take Uscis to make a decision after interview 2020?
120 daysThe time clock for USCIS starts after the initial officer interview. USCIS has 120 days from that interview to make a decision on an application.
What is my status while waiting for green card?
If you want a case status update about your application, you can: Go to our Case Status Online page and use your Form I-485 receipt number to look up your case status. Submit a case inquiry if you think your application is outside of our normal processing times. Call our USCIS Contact Center at 800-375-5283.