In an interview I heard " Examiner: May I see your passport please ? Student: Yes, here you are. " Why wasn't the answer ', Yes, here it is. '? Is the full version of the answer " Yes, here you are going to have it" ?

  • Either wording is fine in a large number of situations. There are a few where one version or the other might be preferred. – Hot Licks Dec 25 '18 at 19:54

"Here you are" is a very common saying when handing something to someone. There is no "full version".

here you are

(informal) used when you are giving something to somebody

Here (Oxford)

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