I had my I485 interview today. This is how it went: Case details: I'm secondary and my wife is the primary applicant. EB3 India. PD - 06/2003. 485 RD - 08/26/2004. Interview: The reason for the interview is because my wife's FP's were not readable (she did it twice without luck). Since FP's are a requirement to get FBI clearance, the officer asked my wife to get "Police Clearance Certificates" from all the cities she lived in (in the US) till date. Another thing missing was my "Birth Certificate". I submitted my "Birth Affidavit" with my 485 application but apparently that is not sufficient for people born after 01/01/1970 in India. My options are either (i) to get a Birth Certificate, Or, (ii) to support my "Birth Affidavit" with a government issued document that verifies that there is "no record of my birth in the system". We have 87 days to submit the above documentation. Apart from the above two everything else was intact. The officer proactively took our Finger Prints and Signatures that are used to print the card (so that they can approve our application as soon as we provide the required documentation). Soft aspects: The officer was a lady who was very patient and thorough in her work. She took time to go through all the rules (for my sake) to see if she can waive the need for my birth certificate. She did not rush at all and gave satisfactory answers to all the questions we asked. The interview was held in San Francisco, CA. Well...that's it.