I'd like to share our experienced to USCIS. I know this would be interesting or get other people attention to read my blog because let's face it. The real truth is we don't really read all the blogs of others blogger or maybe if they do is because they catch their attention like interest on the blog. Me honestly, i rarely read other blogs maybe because i dont feel like to read or because i didnt find interesting or i really don't know the person(Blogger) and sometimes lack of time because it's hard to spend long hours in the computer and my baby needed my time. Though i wanted to do but i cant hardly do it. BTW, i am not asking nor forcing other's to read my blog. This is just only my opinion. LOL( peace). Anyway, me and my hubby got married at las vegas before to expired my visa as fiancee. After were married we immediately apply/file to USCIS to adjust my status here in the usa. I received a letter from USCIS a request for applicant to appear for initial interview last january this year. My application is for me to register a permanent residence or adjust status. My hubby, daughter and I came an hour before our interview to the office of USCIS in downtown LA. After i dropped off my letter to the window my complete name called and the guy at work in the office told us that my papers or document is not already here. Mean to say they cant make a interview because our document is not around yet in the office. 3 weeks after i received a call from the lady working in the USCIS. She told me my document is already there and they're ready to interview us. I ask a favor because my husband is hardly ask a day off or ask a leave of absent to his job because he's studying and its hard for him to missed a lecture. The lady said ok and she gave us one week before our interview. Then we come back to USCIS and we dont have a proof that we have a interview that day because we dont have a letter from their office and aside from that i didnt ask thecomplete name of the lady officer who gave us an appointment. (my fault because i didnt ask). So we come back home for the second time around nothing happen. I learned my lesson that next time anything regarding to USCIS i will ask the complete name whoever gave us an apoointment. We made a phone call to USCIS national customer service to let know them know that we showed up our appointment but because we dont have a proof of letter that we have a appointment interview the guard wont let us to come in even in the window to talk somebody working in the office. Me and my hubby anxious that we might have a penalty but we explained everything on what happen to the customer service person we'd talked.Now i got a new letter about my case and we need make us an appointment. So tomorrow we will going to the house of my mother in law to make an appointment in the internet(website of USCIS) to use her computer and printer because to be able to make an appointment need to have a printer and we don't have one yet. That's it. Good luck to our interview.