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Royals     05/26/2019 02:36 AM
 


Anyone knows how payments are made for passport application at oath ceremonies? Check? Money order? Credit card?

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nay7     05/25/2019 17:59 PM
 


How i can know interview date before i receive the letter ?

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Mrsaba     05/25/2019 10:58 AM
 


I submitted my citizenship packet through the USCIS liaison at a military installation yesterday. They are unable to give us an ETA and is as wondering if anybody here had any idea of how long it takes. Anyone has applied and is going through the process? My field office is taking 12 months to process regular applications but I don’t know if mine will be expedited (as far as processing goes).

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jashhh     05/25/2019 09:37 AM
 


Hi, I have had an out of State Drivers License and didn't renew it after moving to the new State (TN) when applied for citizenship. Now that my naturalization interview (based on marriage) is coming up and I still have the out of State DL, will that be an issue on the day of interview? Do I need to have an in-State Drivers License on the day of interview? Has anyone had similar experience?

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Ninna89     05/24/2019 22:22 PM
 


So my husband had his biometrics in October 18” and currently still waiting for his interview to be scheduled. A few months after his biometrics he got into an altercation with someone outside his place of business and out of anger my husband hit the driver side window of the mans car with his hand and the glass cracked. Police were called. They gave my husband a ticket for simple property damage. That’s all nothing else. Court came. My hubby paid restitution 180$ to the man for his window. Case dismissed and now I’m worried how this will affect his upcoming interview. This is his only conviction since being in the us. He does have a dismissed assault charge over 5 years ago that was dismissed with no conviction so we’re not worried about that. Can anyone relate to being in a situation before their interview. Any hope out there?? As long as he provides his certified court papers at the interview he should be ok I hope??

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sir_confessional     05/24/2019 21:11 PM
 


Today is 05/24/2019

Timeline for the Seattle office.

I filed online the application for naturalization on the 5 year rule.

Filed: 07/2018
Biometrics: 08/2018
Interview scheduled: ?? (Still waiting)

My status online hasn't changed at all and it still says "We reviewed your biometrics".

My account online said my estimated case completion was 08/2019 but just today, the wait time increased to 11/2019. Pretty disappointing, it seems that in the Seattle office we have one of the worst backlogs in the country.

*Cold more people please share your experience/timeline for the Seattle office?

Thanks!

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nay7     05/24/2019 20:50 PM
 


i submitted my N400 on Nov 2018 today my case said iInterview Was Scheduled (On May 24, 2019, we scheduled an interview for your Form N-400, Application for Naturalization)
when do you think guys i will have the interview ? please help

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goldenstate     05/24/2019 14:07 PM
 


There was mandatory services military in our original county
Should it be mention in Application ?
If the officer ask about it , what the best answer for it ?
If someone forget to mention it and letting office know during the interview, is that will effect on the decision?
Thanks for reply

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iamwaiting47     05/24/2019 00:05 AM
 


Hello everyone!

Just need a suggestion from you all. I had my interview on November 6, 2018, and the officer who interviewed me gave a “decision cannot be made” as she wanted to review my file in detail and get an ok from the supervisor. She said I will receive a decision through mail in a few weeks. It has been more than “6 months” and I still did not get a decision. Made TONS of call to USCIS customer service, sent TONS of messages online, tried SEVERAL times to schedule an infopass but failed, and also put in a service request two months ago (the reply was vague that they are still reviewing my case). I am done now and I was thinking to write and send a letter direct to the officer who interviewed me at the west palm beach field office. What do you guys think? Is it a good idea? I cannot afford an attorney. Any other suggestions are welcomed :) thank you in advance.

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Vegas91     05/24/2019 11:49 AM
 


Las Vegas N400 filers here?🕵️‍♂️🕵️‍♂️🕵️‍♂️Can you comment your filing dates and status updates, so we could help each other in this long process 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🔜 November 2018 filer myself, after biometrics heard nothing. 🙆‍♀️🙆‍♀️🙆‍♀️

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