Hi this is Kaushik Ranchod from The Ranchod Law Group!So today what we’re going to talk about are some “nuts and bolts” of the USCIS interview.So first of all as I’m talking today on March the 12th. When you have the USCIS interview, before you would put the notice in the box and they would call you – now you put the notice in another room and then you’ll get transitioned to the main waiting room and then called for the interview.So that’s one of the “nuts and bolts”, so you’re prepared when you go in and you know what’s going on, so you feel a little bit more comfortable at the interview: give us a call at (916) 613-3553 or post your question below!Alright, and then what other questions are we getting? About having an interpreter – people want to know who can go, like if they can bring children or a sibling to the interview as an interpreter for the person that is going to be interviewed. Alright, so if you do not speak English fluently, you can bring an interpreter but it’s important to note that you can’t bring a family member like a brother or a sister a spouse a parent, so you have to have someone who won’t be biased at the interview to interpret for you.And even if you bring an interpreter and the officer speaks Spanish you may not need to bring that interpreter to the interview, the officer may state that they’ll go ahead and translate. And then, when you go to the interview, you want to make sure you’re there at least 30 minutes ahead of time because you never know how long the line could be and of course if you miss the interview your case could be denied, so it’s important, very important, to take the interview very seriously and also dress respectfully for the interview because you are before the USCIS and you want to show your respect.Alright so that the nuts and bolts that we wanted to share with you today’s recent happenings of what’s going on.I want to thank you for tuning in to our immigration update and we look forward to seeing you next week. Thank you and have an awesome day!