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  1. Hello everyone, Question regarding a legal aspect of being in the DEP and filing for citizenship N-400. Here is my situation: The Moment I was done with the removal of conditions and had my new green card in my hands, I went straight to the Air Force Recruiting Office and went trough the whole enlistment process. Currently I am just waiting for my security suitability determination to be done and then I will go to BMT in the summer. I know that I can not file for citizenship through military service for at least half a year after starting active duty service. However, as I am still happily married to my US Citizen wife, I can apply for citizenship shortly. The question now is: Does me being in the DEP count as “being in the military” ? And, am I still allowed to file for Citizenship through my marriage despite being in the DEP ? I do not want to do anything shady but if it is still legitimate for me to file under these circumstances, I would like to do that in the next days. thank you for help answers !
  2. Hello all, I just filed my N-400 application this week. I was going to add my info on the other thread but it looks like it's closed.. so I'm starting a new one. Right now, online, it says the waiting time (for fingerprinting) is 30 days. How about yours? I was looking at the January 2018 thread, and it seems everybody got their biometrics appointments pretty quick. Does that mean I could get it sooner too? Thank you and good luck to all! N-400: February 2018 Applicants ================================== Dallas/Lewisville, Texas Lockbox ================================== UserName.........|GC-Date.|Sent.|Cashd|NOA.....|Fprints.|In Line.|Int ltr.|Intrvw..|Oath....|Field Office.....|NBC/IOE ================================ USCIS Phoenix, Arizona Lockbox ================================ UserName.........|GC-Date.|Sent.|Cashd|NOA.....|Fprints.|In Line.|Int ltr.|Intrvw..|Oath....|Field Office.....|NBC/IOE ================================== USCIS Chicago, Illinois Lockbox ================================== UserName.........|GC-Date.|Sent.|Cashd|NOA.....|Fprints.|In Line.|Int ltr.|Intrvw..|Oath....|Field Office.....|NBC/IOE ================================== USCIS Online Filing ================================== UserName.........|GC-Date.|Sent.|Cashd|NOA.....|Fprints.|In Line.|Int ltr.|Intrvw..|Oath....|Field Office.....|NBC/IOE cndrbk...........|03\01\06|02\07|02\07|02\07\17|--\--\--|--\--\--|--\--\--|--\--\--|--\--\--|??????????.......|IOE Instructions for adding/updating yourself (or assisting others) to this list: 1. DO NOT DELETE THESE INSTRUCTIONS. 2. Please use your VJ name to avoid confusion. 3. Please make sure you are using Rich Text Editor as your message setting. 4. Copy this whole section including instructions and paste it to your typing field. 5. Make changes and Reply. 6. Red Font = "I'm A United States Citizen"! Legend: GC-Date: The 'Resident Since' Date located on your first green card. Sent: Date N-400 was mailed to USCIS. Cashd: Date your check was cashed / credit card was charged by USCIS. NOA: Receipt Notice Date Printed on your official I-797 notification. Fprints: Date assigned for fingerprinting (Bio-metrics). If you do your biometrics via walk-in prior to your scheduled appointment, please enter the date in bold blue. In Line: Date you received e-notification about the start of your interview scheduling. Int Ltr: Date you received the official letter in the mail regarding interview. Interview: Date of your interview. Oath: Date Oath taken. Field Office: Your local USCIS office where you will have the N-400 interview.
  3. Can anyone tell me how accurate you need to be with the dates on the N-400 application? I am specifically referring to dates when you changed addresses. I filed AR-11 forms each time I moved but I do not recall the dates and did not receive a receipt. Has anyone lost their filing fee over inaccurate dates? Thank you!!!!
  4. Good Luck everyone I just applied for N-400 online. ================================== Dallas/Lewisville, Texas Lockbox ================================== UserName.........|GC-Date.|Sent.|Cashd|NOA.....|Fprints.|In Line.|Int ltr.|Intrvw..|Oath....|Field Office.....|NBC/IOE ================================ USCIS Phoenix, Arizona Lockbox ================================ UserName.........|GC-Date.|Sent.|Cashd|NOA.....|Fprints.|In Line.|Int ltr.|Intrvw..|Oath....|Field Office.....|NBC/IOE ================================== USCIS Chicago, Illinois Lockbox ================================== UserName.........|GC-Date.|Sent.|Cashd|NOA.....|Fprints.|In Line.|Int ltr.|Intrvw..|Oath....|Field Office.....|NBC/IOE ================================== USCIS Online Filing ================================== UserName.........|GC-Date.|Sent.|Cashd|NOA.....|Fprints.|In Line.|Int ltr.|Intrvw..|Oath....|Field Office.....|NBC/IOE d3si.h3art.......|05\08\15|02\07|--\--|--\--\--|--\--\--|--\--\--|--\--\--|--\--\--|--\--\--|Newark, NJ.......|IOE
  5. I sent my N-400 (application for citizenship) form in about 2 weeks ago. I sent it via USPS and it was delayed somehow in the mail and then 7 days later it finally arrived at the PO Box in Chicago. I am in Michigan so I sent it to: For U.S. Postal Service USCIS P.O. Box 4380 Chicago, IL 60680-4380 I paid to have signature confirmation. I received notice it was received and then a signature confirmation was received as shown in the image attached. I sent this to USCIS but under the signature it says INS. Why would they use the letters INS? I have not heard anything from the USCIS yet. Should I be worried? How long does it take to get notice?
  6. Hello all, welcome to the February filers for N-400. I am an early filer with my green card date 04/28/2015 but with my window open, i decided to apply early and I did online. Now the waiting game begins.
  7. Starting the thread for February 2018 filers. Good luck to all of us! N-400: February 2018 Applicants ================================ USCIS Phoenix, Arizona Lockbox ================================ UserName.........|GC-Date.|Sent.|Cashd|NOA..|Fprints.|In Line..|Int ltr..|Intrview.|Oath.....|Field Office..|NBC/IOE .................|--/--/--|--/--|--/--|--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|?????????????.|... ================================== Dallas/Lewisville, Texas Lockbox ================================== UserName.........|GC-Date.|Sent.|Cashd|NOA..|Fprints.|In Line..|Int ltr..|Intrview.|Oath.....|Field Office..|NBC/IOE .................|--/--/--|--/--|--/--|--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|?????????????.|... ================================== USCIS Chicago, Illinois Lockbox ================================== UserName.........|GC-Date.|Sent.|Cashd|NOA..|Fprints.|In Line..|Int ltr..|Intrview.|Oath.....|Field Office..|NBC/IOE .................|--/--/--|--/--|--/--|--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|?????????????.|... ================================== USCIS Online Filing ================================== UserName.........|GC-Date.|Sent.|Cashd|NOA..|Fprints.|In Line..|Int ltr..|Intrview.|Oath.....|Field Office......|NBC/IOE Hicks81..........|02/25/15|02/01|02/01|--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|New York City, NY.|... =========================================================================== USCIS Lincoln, Nebraska Lockbox (Filing Under 319b, 328, or 329 of the INA) =========================================================================== UserName.........|GC-Date.|Sent.|Cashd|NOA..|Fprints.|In Line..|Int Ltr..|Intview..|Oath.....|Field Office..|NBC/IOE .................|--/--/--|--/--|--/--|--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|???????????...|... Instructions for adding/updating yourself (or assisting others) to this list: 1. DO NOT DELETE THESE INSTRUCTIONS. 2. Please use your VJ name to avoid confusion. 3. Click "Quote" on this new template or most recent/updated version of this template. 4. Copy the entire template or most recent update (Mac users: Select the entire template, then select Command + C) 5. Remove the "Quote Coding" located at the top of this template. 6. Paste the entire template or most recent update (Mac users: Select Command + V) 7. Now make whatever updates/changes you would like, then hit Submit Reply 8. Always use [Courier New] Font and font size.[12] 9. Red Font = "I'm A United States Citizen" Legend: GC-Date: The 'Resident Since' Date located on your first green card Sent: Date N-400 was mailed to USCIS Cashd: Date your check was cashed / credit card was charged by USCIS NOA: Receipt Notice Date Printed on your official I-797 notification Fprints: Date assigned for fingerprinting (Bio-metrics) In Line: Date you received e-notification about the start of your interview shceduling Int Ltr: Date you received the official letter in the mail regarding interview Interview: Date of your interview Oath: Date Oath taken Field Office: Your local USCIS office where you will have the N-400 interview
  8. Hey I really want to get some general info about citizenship. I'll be thankful if someone would help me in coping with this. My husband is eligible for citizenship since 3 years. He's now going to apply for it soon. He applied for me in last June under F2a. What's the processing time for chicago for N-400 these days? And what date is current for N-400 Chicago Illinois? In which category I'll get my visa soon? IR or F2a, including his N-400 whole processing time. Thought weve already been spend 7months under F2A category. So getting citizenship would really help? Kindly suggest!!!
  9. This is a question for the I-751/N-400 combo filers from Chicago, it seems like in Chicago there isn't a combo interview for your I-751 and N-400. From the looks of it or at least from reading 2-3 online experiences, it seems like you first have a N-400 interview, then an I-751 joint interview followed by another N-400 where you are finally approved . This seems to be causing significant delays as opposed to waiting out for the I-751 approval and then applying for the N-400.Perhaps I am getting the timelines wrong, but can anyone from Chicago who applied for their N-400 while their I-751 was pending share their experiences ?
  10. This is a question for the I-751/N-400 combo filers from Chicago, it seems like in Chicago there isn't a combo interview for your I-751 and N-400. From the looks of it or at least from reading 2-3 online experiences, it seems like you first have a N-400 interview, then an I-751 joint interview followed by another N-400 where you are finally approved . This seems to be causing significant delays as opposed to waiting out for the I-751 approval and then applying for the N-400.Perhaps I am getting the timelines wrong, but can anyone from Chicago who applied for their N-400 while their I-751 was pending share their experiences ?
  11. Hello everyone, My wife and I are about to file our N-400 applications (this is our 7th year as lawful permanent residents), but we are confused by the "photos" requirement. I read several accounts here of applicants who have had issues for not providing 2 passport-style photos during the naturalization interview. The USCIS requirements are ambiguous; on the one hand, they state that photos are only required for those applicants who reside abroad. On the other hand, the Naturalization Guide says that each N-400 application has to have 3 supporting documents - a personal check/money order covering the fees, a copy of the front and back of the green card, and the photos. From what I've read here in these forums, it seems that: 1) After all, we are no longer required to submit photos with the N-400 application - they will be taken during the biometrics appointment. 2) It is, nevertheless, a good idea to bring two such photos during the naturalization interview, as the USCIS officer might request them. Could anyone offer some advice? Should we, regardless, just include two photos with our N-400 applications? Thank you in advance!
  12. I want to apply for the N-400 "Application for Naturalization". I now qualify as I received my 10 year green card. I want to submit it online so I created an account on the My.Uscis website (https://my.uscis.gov/account/applicant) When I enter the website it shows "Track A Case, File A Form, Verify Identity" (attached screenshot) I started the N-400 form but it ask "What is your USCIS Online Account Number?" (attached screenshot) I do not have an online account number as far as I know. QUESTION 1: Do I need a USCIS Online Account Number to submit the form? Then, in the Verify Identity area, when I click that it asks for "Department of State (DOS) Case ID". (attached screenshot) I called DOS and they said it would be the MNL number I received from Manila. So I used that but the site says: ERROR incorrect DOS ID and that it could not locate me. I made sure everything was correct many times and it same the same thing. QUESTION 2: Do I need to verify my identity before I submit my N-400 online or do I need to submit the N-400 before I can confirm my identity? Thank you for any help you can give.
  13. Hi I did my naturalization interview yesterday on Jan 8, 2018. Everything went fine and the letter I got stated I was recommended for approval. However, when I checked my case status in mu ELIS account, the status worries me a little. This is what I see. The current status is on the top. Which means after they updated my status to "We approved your application", they changed it to "You attended your interview". Doesn't this mean I'm not approved yet and they recanted the previous update? Or is it normal? I also checked my case via USCIS Case Status page, and this is what I get. I searched on VisaJourney and seems some people got this too... I'm so confused.. I thought I was approved. Am I worrying too much or should I expect an RFE? I have a trip coming up in late April, so a bit anxious to finish this and get my US passport.... Thank you. PS. I applied based on 3 years of marriage to US spouse. We've been married for 4 years, I've been a PR for 3 years and 5 months.
  14. Hi everyone. I just had my naturalization interview today, maybe some fellow Bostonians would be interested. I filed online around mid October 2017, and they scheduled my interview to be on Jan 8, 2018. This is way faster than I expected. My interview was scheduled at 10:30 at JFK building, and I live in a suburb that's about 45 mins away. We left home around 9 and got stuck in traffic for a looooong time, I almost had a panic attack in the car lol. My husband dropped me off at the building at 10:40 and then went to park the car. Long story short, it was 10:50 when I finally checked in for my interview at the front desk. I was praying they'd still accept me and thank goodness the lady at the front desk said it should be ok. At about 11:05, an IO came out and called my name. I went into his office, and he told me to put down my bags and then swore me in. After I sat down, he looked at me extremely seriously and said "You're late, this isn't good." I apologized and got slightly shaky, AHHHHH I wish I had taken the commuter rail T_T. The officer seemed slightly annoyed with me but then sighed and said "Ok let's begin your interview." He asked to see my green card, but not my passport. While clicking on his computer he started the civiv questions. Ok I can't really remember what they are, but I got 2 wrong.... My nerves were killing me. The two I got wrong. 1. How many people are there in the House of Representatives? The correct answer is 435, but I don't know why I said 437. 2. We elect our representatives for how many years? This is so easy, it's 2. My brain was jammed at that time for some reason and I said 6 (probably thinking about senators...) Anyway I got the rest correct so we moved on to the next section. He asked me to write down the sentence he read out, which was "Washington was the first president." After I got that right, he started to warm up a little. He asked if I studied here because my English sounded native like, and I told him I got my Master's degree from xxxx University. He seemed to like that and said good school. Then he started asking me some of those yes or no security questions. I think he only asked about 5 questions. After that he confirmed with me how I wanted to change my name, and asked me to sign the name change petition. We talked a little bit about how taking your husband's name isn't common in my home country. The whole interview was short, but still took approx. 30 mins I'd say. But most of the time it was just me sitting there listening to him type lol. In the end, he asked if I got any extra documents for him. I gave him the deed of our house with both my husband's and my name, and then he asked for the 2016 tax return document. He took these 2 things and said "This is good enough." And then he typed some more and gave me a piece of paper saying I've been recommended for approval! Overall, it was a very easy interview. Just don't be late!!!
  15. I am in NEED of HELP!!.. I seem to have an immigration officer discriminating against me. I just went in for my N-400 interview today that took over a year!! I flied in Dec of 2016, just now finally got my interview. I took in all the documents that was listed on the interview appointment letter. Some back story, I had horrible problem at this same location for my removal of conditions that took over 2 YEARS!! over a YEAR to get my greencard AFTER it was actually approved because of a problem with an immigration officers incompetence. Only received it after contacting my congressman and senator and the Ombudsmen Office. Anyway as soon as I walked in her office today something seemed off. So it started off with her asking for documents that was not listed to bring in on the letter, She wanted my OLD passport that expired in 2012, even though they have plenty of photo copies of the pages in the files, She wanted the actual income tax return that we filed even though they have an itemized statement from the IRS and 2 passport photos!! No one else had passport photos or old passports there. She gave no reason for requesting these items. She went through with the interview, I answered all the questions perfectly during the civics questions and reading and writing which she said I passed. However during the interview she asked a great deal strange questions about my age and my husbands age and directly if I have ever prostitute myself, have I ever been sold into slavery and things. Most people seem to say they were only asked a few question but I was asked over 30 personal questions. She seem to have a negative issue with the age difference between me and my husband and I felt like she as insinuating I could be a prostitute because I do not have a job. The whole interview seemed a bit strange. At the end of the interview she said I passed but then said she could not approved until I submitted passport photos. She gave me a paper saying if I could submit them today before 3pm she would approve the case. However when I returned everything she then recanted and said the case needs to be reviewed and they have up to 120 days to review the case. The paper she gave me was dated Jan 5th, 2018 my interview was Today Jan 8th, 2018. She actually issued the RFE on my N-400 BEFORE she actually even interviewed me. It seems I had no chance of being approved today. I tried to talk with a supervisor who said they have no power over approving the cases and it is up to the individual officer. It seems this is some type of retaliation for filing the complaints about my I-751 what took over 2 years or some type of discrimination because of the 23 year age difference between me and my husband. It is not fair that I should have to wait another 6 months just because someone has the power to do it because of their personal issues. Is there ANYTHING I can do?? Other than writing letters to my congressman and senator and ombudsmen office and waiting another 6 months to a year? Is there anyway to report this person to anyone who would actually care or have the power to do anything about it???
  16. Hello everyone. What documents should I send to apply for citizenship? under the 5 year rule? (I am divorced) I would be 5 years from LPR, on July 30 2018. Thank you in advance.
  17. What kid of questions are asked in the N-400 Interview besides the US civics questions?
  18. I am a US citizen and my wife obtained her green card in 7/2013. We left the United States 7/2015 - 6/2016 (11 months) for my work and vacation/travel. We obtained a re-entry permit (I-131) but did not file an application to preserve residence for naturalization purposes (N-470). As a result, we have a break in continuous residence and the 3 years of required continuous residence begins in 6/2016. When can my wife apply for for citizenship (N-400)? Some sources say that we should just apply 3 years after returning; that is 3/2019 (apply 90 days before 3 years). Other sources say that we can apply 2 years and 1 day after returning; that is 6/2018 (8 CFR 316.5(c)(1)(ii)). Thanks so much in advance!
  19. Good morning everyone, I know this question has been asked before, but I have to admit that the activity on my wife's file is kind of weird. She filed her application for citizenship on October 4, 2016 and did her biometrics here in Phoenix on November 16th, 2016. We have put in two inquiries with USCIS regarding the timeframe for processing since it's now outside the processing window according to their site for the Phoenix field office. The last response for the last inquiry was that the file was "in transit to the Phoenix field office and may take two weeks". Recently she received a second request to go for biometrics again on December 29th, 2017. Does this mean that an interview comes next because the finger prints originally taken are over a year old or does this simply mean nothing?AC Any insight on this topic would be appreciated. Thanks so much, Steve
  20. Hello! Friends, am wondering how helpful is VisaJourney Timeline system for N-400 filers. Is this web tell you ur case status where it at? How is useful tool for N-400 filers? Plz help me with answers. What is the best way to check ur case status other then calling USCIS?
  21. Going by the monthly threads it seems like there is a slowdown in progress. Not to say no movement for recent month for Mt laurel and Newark New Jersey It was running at about 3-7 months to now but no movement so far. Im a September filer and was hopeful that I'd be done by year end or the early start of 2018 but I'm starting to doubt that. Anyone else from Newark/ Mt laurel New Jersey feeling frustrated or have any positive stories other that what I'm seeing here? I If you guys don’t mind adding your time line Here is mine Moxa1989.........|12/05/12|09/20|09/28|10/02/17|10/16/17|--/--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--|Newark, NJ..........|NBC
  22. Starting the thread for December 2017 filers. May we all have a fast processing time! N-400: December 2017 Applicants ================================== Dallas/Lewisville, Texas Lockbox ================================== UserName.........| GC-Date.| ..Sent..| ..Cashd.| NOA.....| Fprints.| In Line.| Int ltr.| Intrvw..| Oath....| Field Office........| NBC/IOE ================================ USCIS Phoenix, Arizona Lockbox ================================ UserName.........| GC-Date.| ..Sent..| ..Cashd.| NOA.....| Fprints.| In Line.| Int ltr.| Intrvw..| Oath....| Field Office........| NBC/IOE Babe18...........| 11/17/14| 11/27/17| 12/06/17| 12/04/17| ........| ........| ........| ........| ........| San Bernardino, CA..| IOE ================================== USCIS Chicago, Illinois Lockbox ================================== UserName.........| GC-Date.| ..Sent..| ..Cashd.| NOA.....| Fprints.| In Line.| Int ltr.| Intrvw..| Oath....| Field Office........| NBC/IOE ================================== USCIS Online Filing ================================== UserName.........| GC-Date.| ..Sent..| ..Cashd.| NOA.....| Fprints.| In Line.| Int ltr.| Intrvw..| Oath....| Field Office........| NBC/IOE Instructions for adding/updating yourself (or assisting others) to this list: 1. DO NOT DELETE THESE INSTRUCTIONS. 2. Please use your VJ name to avoid confusion. 3. Please make sure you are using Rich Text Editor as your message setting. 4. Copy this whole section including instructions and paste it to your typing field. 5. Make changes and Reply. 6. Red Font = "I'm A United States Citizen"! Legend: GC-Date: The 'Resident Since' Date located on your first green card. Sent: Date N-400 was mailed to USCIS. Cashd: Date your check was cashed / credit card was charged by USCIS. NOA: Receipt Notice Date Printed on your official I-797 notification. Fprints: Date assigned for fingerprinting (Bio-metrics). If you do your biometrics via walk-in prior to your scheduled appointment, please enter the date in bold blue. In Line: Date you received e-notification about the start of your interview scheduling. Int Ltr: Date you received the official letter in the mail regarding interview. Interview: Date of your interview. Oath: Date Oath taken. Field Office: Your local USCIS office where you will have the N-400 interview
  23. I sent the N-400 Application for Naturalization to USCISAttn: N-4001820 E. Skyharbor Circle SSuite 100Phoenix, AZ 85034 by USPS PRIORITY MAIL. The above address can be used (according to USCIS web-site_ only if N-400 is sent by UPS or FedEx or DHS. Will my packet get delivered. - lallimohan
  24. Welcome to the thread! Feel free to add yourselves or ask someone to do it for you. N-400: December 2017 Applicants ================================== Dallas/Lewisville, Texas Lockbox ================================== UserName.........|GC-Date.|Sent.|Cashd|NOA.....|Fprints.|In Line.|Int ltr.|Intrvw..|Oath....|Field Office.....|NBC/IOE dilmera..........|11/29/14|12/01|--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--|New York City, NY| ================================ USCIS Phoenix, Arizona Lockbox ================================ UserName.........|GC-Date.|Sent.|Cashd|NOA.....|Fprints.|In Line.|Int ltr.|Intrvw..|Oath....|Field Office.....|NBC/IOE ================================== USCIS Chicago, Illinois Lockbox ================================== UserName.........|GC-Date.|Sent.|Cashd...|NOA..|Fprints.|In Line.|Int ltr.|Intrvw..|Oath....|Field Office.....|NBC/IOE ================================== USCIS Online Filing ================================== UserName.........|GC-Date.|Sent.|Cashd.|NOA.....|Fprints.|In Line.|Int ltr.|Intrvw..|Oath....|Field Office.....|NBC/IOE Instructions for adding/updating yourself (or assisting others) to this list: 1. DO NOT DELETE THESE INSTRUCTIONS. 2. Please use your VJ name to avoid confusion. 3. Please make sure you are using Rich Text Editor as your message setting. 4. Copy this whole section including instructions and paste it to your typing field. 5. Make changes and Reply. 6. Red Font = "I'm A United States Citizen"! Legend: GC-Date: The 'Resident Since' Date located on your first green card. Sent: Date N-400 was mailed to USCIS. Cashd: Date your check was cashed / credit card was charged by USCIS. NOA: Receipt Notice Date Printed on your official I-797 notification. Fprints: Date assigned for fingerprinting (Bio-metrics). If you do your biometrics via walk-in prior to your scheduled appointment, please enter the date in bold blue. In Line: Date you received e-notification about the start of your interview scheduling. Int Ltr: Date you received the official letter in the mail regarding interview. Interview: Date of your interview. Oath: Date Oath taken. Field Office: Your local USCIS office where you will have the N-400 interview.
  25. Hello, I have received a notice from USCIS stating that my application was rejected because "you have filed your application more than 90 days before meeting the continuous residence" My wife and I got married on Oct 25th 2014 - I filed Nov 17th 2017. So what should we do now?
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