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I-751 & N-400 Combo Fairfax, VA
Today I'd my combo interview of I-751 and N-400 at 06:40am. I took my spouse with me and upon check in I was told that I've to go alone for interview, but when I told staff member that I've been asked to bring my spouse as I also have pending I-751 she allowed my spouse to accompany me. We had to wait for more than an hour in waiting area for USCIS officer and later we were notified that the officer who was supposed to conduct my combo interview is absent today and subsequently, we were given an alternate officer by supervisor.
The officer was very kind & friendly. He checked our temperatures and escorted us to interview room. We both took oath and then he opened my I-751 file and started first by asking us to confirm biodata details of each other e.g. full name, dob, place of birth etc. Then he asked about children and I provided him with both children original birth certificates, then he asked for three proofs of residing at same address which I provided him, then he asked 2-3 questions about our marriage and finally he approved my I-751.
Moving on to N400 he started with 6 questions which I answered all correct. Later he asked me about my current and previous jobs, what date I moved to USA as an immigrant and how many times I have been to USA in the past years as a non-immigrant. I answered all of them along with visiting month and year as he asked.
Furthermore he asked when was the last time I went abroad, where, why and when (exact dates of last recent trip). I answered this questions also to the best of my knowledge and then he asked about one specific trip out of my 13 international trips since I became LPR in June 2017. That trip was from August 2017 and I was abroad for 5 months and 21 days and I explained him the reason and he moved on to further questions which were from N400 form Yes/No answers mostly.
In conclusion he gave me paper which stated 'A decision cannot be made at the moment' and I will get an update in less than a month.
By evening today I got four emails from USCIS at different times. First was about production of my 10-years Green card. Second was about my N400 application that it has been approved and case has been submitted for quality review. Later on third was after an hour that I've been placed in line for oath ceremony and fourth email came three hours ago that an oath appointment notice has been mailed to me.
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