One of my clients had an adjustment of status interview today. Her case had some unusual and complicated legal issues. We arrived at 9:15 AM for the interview at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration office at Long Island City. We didn’t get called until noon. Normally, an interview for adjustment of status is less than thirty minutes. Her interview lasted over an hour. Because the case was so complicated, the officer asked us to wait while she conferred with her supervisor. At 2:00, the officer called us back in for an additional thirty minutes. However, when it was all over, my client was granted a green card and had her passport stamped. Ultimately, it was well worth the wait!