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  1. As per the processing time chart, Seattle FO is processing cases with priority date under December 25th, 2016. So you are still outside the processing time range. You should wait until your priority date falls in their current processing. If you still dont hear anything from them even after that , you can then open a e-request. From other filers/threads, I see that Seattle has become very slow with N400 adjudications. I think you still have at least a month or maybe 2 to see some movement in your case. Best of luck.
  2. N400 interview Detroit

    This means that they just put your case in the interview scheduling queue. It all depends on how many people before you are waiting for their interview and how busy your field office is. Could take between 2-3 months or maybe more.
  3. OK. So it probably means that there is some kind of administrative processing that is pending on your case. Who did you talk to at USCIS ? The regular customer service or the level 2 officer ? The regular customer service rep has no extra information about your case than what you know. You should talk to a level 2 officer if you can. And yes try to get a infopass as early as you can. You can also open a e-request with USCIS. You also have the option of getting your congressman involved. But first get an infopass.
  4. On the interview results form that was handed over to you, which box was checked ? Decision cannot be made yet or Congratulations ??? Once you cross 120 days, schedule an infopass with the field office where you gave your interview and talk to an immigration officer. Additionally you can also call USCIS and talk to a level 2 officer.
  5. Call USCIS. When you talk to the 1-800 rep, politely ask him/her to transfer you to talk to a Level 2 officer. This is a immigration officer who can see where your file is etc. You may request a call back if they are busy. Talking to level 2 officer can be productive. You should ask if your background check came back. Maybe that's what is holding your case. Best of luck.
  6. Your husband is not needed at the interview. You will be interviewed alone. If you apply for citizenship based on 3 years rule, then you will have to provide evidence of your ongoing marital union. You can do this by providing joint credit card statements, bank account statements, income tax filings (tax transcripts), home, health, auto insurance, rental deeds, utility bills, birth certificates of biological children(if any) and other documents that may apply to your case. The more documentation you take with you, the better it is. Not all of these documents are not needed when you apply but you need to take them when you goto the interview. Go through the N400 instructions to get more information. There are other conditions as well that you need to satisfy in order to apply based on 3 year rule. Go through the naturalization manual on the uscis website and you will get all the information you need.
  7. Getting this notice feels better than getting approved. LOL Time to study now.
  8. N-400 January 2017 Filers

    OK so most probably your background check has not come back yet. Nothing you can do at this point and i dont think your congressman or senator can also help in this although it does not hurt to contact them. I think they can help ONLY when the process is stuck at USCIS level. Other vj'ers may correct me if i am wrong.
  9. Oh well. You tried. Looks like the Queens office is backed up when it comes to paper filing.
  10. N-400 January 2017 Filers

    Regular 1-800 rep has no extra information about your case. They just see what you see. When you talk to the 1-800 rep, politely ask him/her to transfer you to talk to a Level 2 officer. This is a immigration officer who can see where your file is etc. You may request a call back if they are busy. Talking to level 2 officer can be productive. You should ask if your background check came back. Maybe thats what is holding your case. Best of luck.
  11. N-400 January 2017 Filers

    Did you talk to a level 2 officer at USCIS ?
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