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  1. Let's start this thread guys! N-400: Septermber 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 thepeeeeej.......|10/30/12|09/05|--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--|Los Angeles, CA..|NBC ================================== 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.
  2. I have compiled a list of DC filers going back to October, Feel free to add/update/correct accordingly. Note, DC Field office comprises of all the counties listed here. UserName.........|GC-Date.|Sent.|Cashd|NOA..|Fprints.|In Line..|Int Ltr..|Intrview.|Oath.....|Field Office.....|NBC/IOE Uwe..............|11/16/96|10/03|--/--|10/10|11/03/16|11/08/16.|02/22/17.|03/17/17.|--/--/--.|Washington, DC...| jc84.............|01/12/12|10/15|10/27|10/25|11/14/16|01/26/17.|03/20/17.|04/24/17.|--/--/--.|Fairfax, VA......|NBC CGu13............|--/--/--|10/17|10/21|10/24|11/17/16|11/21/16.|03/19/17.|04/18/17.|--/--/--.|Fairfax, VA......|NBC Mehmet&Elena.....|10/20/11|11/30|12/05|12/01|12/28/16|01/04/17.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|Alexandria, VA...|NBC Bubblybee........|05/30/13|12/02|12/06|12/07|01/03/17|01/30/17.|04/20/17.|05/22/17.|--/--/--.|Washington, DC...|NBC Lavoparents......|02/23/12|12/12|12/15|12/22|01/11/17|01/30/17.|04/22/17.|05/24/17.|--/--/--.|Fairfax, VA......|NBC Blazers..........|02/22/09|12/13|12/20|??/??|01/10/17|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|Fairfax, VA......|NBC SC333............|06/13/05|12/15|12/23|12/22|01/17/17|01/19/17.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|Fairfax, VA......|NBC SimpaticoJT......|04/04/13|12/16|12/21|12/21|01/18/17|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|Alexandria, VA...|NBC Cybermax.........|03/27/12|12/27|12/29|01/14|01/30/17|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|Annandale,VA.....| vik376...........|02/27/14|12/28|01/11|01/12|01/31/17|04/19/17.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|Washington,DC....| LJVA.............|01/--/13|01/17|01/25|01/30|02/14/17|03/06/17.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|Fairfax, VA......| ToRo.............|05/02/14|02/02|02/08|02/08|02/28/17|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|Washington, DC...|NBC Reda.............|05/02/14|02/11|02/15|02/13|03/01/17|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|Washington, DC...|NBC nmic7............|05/05/14|02/15|02/16|02/17|02/28/17|03/23/17.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|Washington, DC...|LIN DGTB.............|07/23/94|02/27|03/06|03/06|03/20/17|03/29/17.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|Washington, DC...|NBC KSWSKY94.........|01/25/12|02/28|03/07|03/07|03/27/17|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|Washington, DC...|NBC VAMAS............|09/23/13|03/06|03/08|03/13|04/13/17|04/17/17.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|Washington, DC...|NBC SHAIZ............|--/--/--|03/08|03/14|03/14|04/04/17|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|Washington, DC...|NBC
  3. Let's start the thread: N-400: August 2017 Applicants ====================================== USCIS Dallas/Lewisville, Texas Lockbox ====================================== UserName.........|GC-Date.|Sent.|Cashd|NOA..|Fprints.|In Line..|Int ltr..|Intrview.|Oath.....|Field Office......|NBC/IOE..........................|--/--/--|--/--|--/--|--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|???????????.......|... ================================ USCIS Phoenix, Arizona Lockbox ================================ UserName.........|GC-Date.|Sent.|Cashd|NOA..|Fprints.|In Line..|Int ltr..|Intrview.|Oath.....|Field Office......|NBC/IOESETTI................|06/--/08|06/29|07/03|07/03|--/--/--|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|San Jose|... ======================================================= Online ================================ UserName.........|GC-Date.|Sent.|Cashd|NOA..|Fprints.|In Line..|Int ltr..|Intrview.|Oath.....|Field Office......|NBC/IOESETTI................|06/--/08|06/29|07/03|07/03|--/--/--|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|--/--/--.|San Jose|... ======================================================= 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. 0
  4. I passed the citizenship test in July 2017. I waited for the notice for the Oath cerimony. Finally I get a letter from USCIS. I open it only to see that it was a notice saying that I had missed my Oath Cerimony on August 23rd, and that they would notify me when the next one was going to be. I called the USCIS number and I explain the situation. The only thing this person was able to tell me was that I had missed the cerimony and that I had to wait to get the next notification. I told him that I didn't go because I didn't know because I never received the notification. After checking in my building, we found the notification on the floor by the mail box (people that live in the building throw mail, that is not addressed to them or commercial mail or junk, on the floor, considering it trash. So probably the post office put my letter in the wrong mailbox and it was thrown on the trash pile, without me knowing...) In September...this month...I receive a letter with the date of my next Oath Cerimony. September 22nd. at 8:30 am. Finally, my husband and I ask for a day off from work, we dress up and go. I go there (I live in Brooklyn, New York), the cerimony was in Brooklyn, to the second floor. After sitting for about an hour and a half in this big freezing court room, finally we are called row by row. We get in line to get to a table with two officers. Once there I show my letter, he asks a few questions, asks for my green card back, which gets thrown in a pile of green cards on the table. I get given a welcome package and am asked to sit again. After 5 minutes we are called again, row by row, people (we are about 300), get up and get in line toward an other table. When I get there I show my letter again and she looks for my certificate, which I'm supposed to sign and then I'm supposed to go sit back to where my spot was. She looks and can't find my certificate. She looks in a list of names. Then she said, she is not in the list. So I am sent back to the previews table, where a different lady checks my letter again. She asks me to sit while she tries to figure things out. I sit there for almost an other hour. Then a man was also not in the list and he comes sit next to me. Then I get up and go to the officer and tell her that I was already supposed to be there on August 23 for my Oath Cerimony but I had missed it because I never riceived the letter. she looks at me and she said she is really sorry and that she doesn't know why I'm not in the list even though I had a letter with the right date and time. She told me to give her my phone number and that she would call me. I look at her wide eyed and said...do you mean that this is not going to happen today??? She said no, I'm sorry. I gave her my number and left...after 3 hours of sitting in a freezing court room. The same day I called the USCIS number. I explained the situation to this very nice person who couldn't believe what I was telling him. He said he would send an urgent e-mail to the New York office and that I should expect an answer in two weeks and that if I don't hear back by Octobe 7th, to call back. A few days abo I called my Representative, I explained my situation and the persn told me that I have to give the USCIS the two weeks and then if I don't hear back, to call her back and they'll try to help me. Did anybody have a similar situation? This is crazy, isn't it? Unprofessional and just ridiculous. It felt humiliating.
  5. N-400: October 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 ================================== 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 Ko_..............|09/23/14|10/02|10/02 |10/02/17|--/--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--|Phoenix, AZ......|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.
  6. Hello, I applied on March 25th and my Fingerprint Appointment was on April 17th. What worries me is that my case is still stuck in "Fingerprint Appointment Was Scheduled" and based on N400 data from Trackitt people who applied just one month before me (February) had already gotten their Interview letters back in August. Would you recommend submitting a case inquiry to USCIS considering all the circumstances? Thanks in advance.
  7. Alright let's get this rolling June 2017 filers! After a long journey, we have finally made it to the last step! I'm quite surprised that there isn't a thread yet for June! So here it is! I'm eligible to file on June 12th so as of the moment, I am still getting our packet ready. Please update the list below. Here we go!!! N-400: June 2017 Applicants ====================================== USCIS Dallas/Lewisville, Texas Lockbox ====================================== ================================ USCIS Phoenix, Arizona Lockbox ================================ ======================================================= 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.
  8. I was wondering whether it is ok to apply for global entry (GE) while waiting for my n400 process? Does GE have any tie to my passport/green card? IF I get GE nowadays, would it be invalid after my citizenship, or does it require me to re-apply? Anyone? Thanks!!!
  9. Just trying to gauge other people's experiences with Camden Plaza in Brooklyn. My oath ceremony is in 2 days. From searching other threads here (and there are not that many for Brooklyn-based oath ceremonies that go indepth), I'm seeing conflicting experiences with whether guests are actually welcome at the courthouse (no I'm not doing a name change, all of the Queens filers end up having the oath ceremony at the Brooklyn courthouse automatically.)...I've seen a couple of stories where guests were able to enter the courtroom to witness it in person, and other stories where guests were forced to huddle around a small television with no volume and watch the proceedings from the cafeteria. Mind you, all the threads I've read were from years ago too. Any one had their oath ceremony in Brooklyn's Camden Plaza building and can share some insight...specifically how guests are handled? I plan on calling the courthouse tomorrow to ask but wanted to check on VJ first.
  10. Good Evening All, We have been married for almost 4 years and I (foreigner) was just approved for ROC and will receive my 10yrs GC in the next week or so. As soon as I do, I will apply for the N400 and have a few question for you who have applied already, if you could please help and share your experience: - I understand there is an online application, where is it? Would you recommend using that or the regular mailing method? - How long is it taking now to process N400? If I apply by the end of October when should I be expecting to receive an answer? - Do you have any dos/donts before I apply? I'd really appreciate any suggestion from you. Thank you!
  11. Getting ready to file my wife's naturalization application and I am unsure about what to do for this: She does have a child residing in her home country and he lives with her mother and father. The divorce documents for Thailand do not have any stipulations regarding child support for either parent. However, we do send money monthly to support raising her son. What have other people done with regards to this question / situation? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
  12. Share ur interview and other experience to help others you are waiting also let us know if you in fp status still and not move to in line for interview scheduling
  13. I've seen a lot of people on here ask about same-day oath ceremonies and name changes. Here's some information that might be helpful. Same-day ceremonies Some offices offer same-day oath ceremonies and some do not. For those that do, you usually have to be interviewed in the morning to be offered a same-day ceremony because they fill up quickly (see link below). Name changes Although the N400 form has a place where you can request a name change, only a judge can approve a name change. USCIS offers two types of ceremonies: Administrative and Judicial. Name change requests can only be accommodated at Judicial ceremonies. Some people automatically assume that a name change request will delay your application, but this depends on the local office (see link below). Judicial ceremonies can also be carried out by the Federal District Court. Here are three examples: 1) Houston offers monthly Judicial ceremonies and "rarely" offers Administrative ceremonies - so a name change request is very unlikely to cause a delay. 2) Seattle conducts Judicial ceremonies once per year, but regularly offers Administrative ceremonies - so a name change request can cause a significant delay unless the District Court holds its own ceremonies (you would have to check the court's website). 3) San Jose conducts an Administrative ceremony 2 to 3 times per month, but does not offer Judicial ceremonies - so a name change request will not be accepted if your N400 goes through San Jose (this is a recent change, but if you search, you'll find interview experiences describing this). Where to find this information Click on the link below and use the map to find your field office. When you're on your field office's page, scroll down to Naturalization Ceremonies. That will tell you whether or not they offer same day oath ceremonies. http://www.uscis.gov/about-us/find-uscis-office/field-offices
  14. Hi everyone! I’m about to file N400 3rd week of this month but I’m really confused with the forms. I got multiple question to ask to make sure I’m not making any mistake: 1.) Every “Alien” box in the N400 forms, do I have to put my 9 digits number per page as long as there is an alien box even if it’s not applicable to me? Like questions regarding parents , children and it has A box on the right, should I fill it up? 2.) Every box thats not being filled. Do I really have to put “ N/A “ there? Like dates and the rest of empty boxes not applicable to me. 3.) Physical addresses, I don’t remember all of my entire address, exact dates I moved in/out to a new address for the last 5 years. If I put there wrong date that i moved in/ out, will this gona cause me some issue/problems towards my application? 4.) Work History , same question with the physical addresses. I’ve had plenty of temp jobs the last few years before I landed the job that I’ve been working for about 3 years now. Do I need to list it all eventhough It was just temp jobs? I also wasn’t sure about the dates I got hired/left. All I remember was the month & year. 5.) Do I need to include or submit a photo to my package if I will file online? 6.) Part 17 Renunciation of Foreign titles - I don’t know what to put here. Can anyone explain what is this part all about? 7.) Can I travel overseas in the middle of my N400 before the Oath Taking? 8.) USCIS Online Account Number , How can I obtain that number? Do I need to submit my N400 before they gona assign me a USCIS number?Or I can just register then have the number on my profile? Coz its being asked in Part 2 , number 6 box. 9.) I’m planning to file online that way it’d be more easier to track since I go out of town everyday coz of my job. So, is it necessary to have a scanned/pdf file with a hand written signature? Or a regular pdf file form with computerized based signature is acceptable? A response is highly appreciat! Thank you so much!!
  15. Hi, i am new in VJ i applied for us citizenship. August 28 USCIS scheduling my Interview date . During naturalization process can i travel Out of country?? Thanks
  16. Are there any N400 filers who applied online and whose field office is Seattle? Could you share your experience/timeline? Here is mine N-400 Application (5 year residency - 90 day early filing) - Seattle Field Office 08/07/2017 - N-400 Filed Online 08/07/2017 - "We received your application". IOE Case number assigned. Priority Date 08/05/2017 08/12/2017 - "We scheduled your bio-metrics appointment" 08/14/2017 - Bio-metrics Appointment PDF Posted (Scheduled Appointment Date 09/01/2017) 08/15/2017 - Bio-metrics Appointment Completed Early (Walk-In) 08/15/2017 - "We Reviewed Your Bio-metrics" 08/30/2017 - "Interview Scheduled - USCIS has scheduled your interview appointment and will mail you the interview notice " 09/25/2017 - Website Redesigned. Current Case status now "We Reviewed Your Bio-metrics".
  17. Hi folks, I filed my i751 application in October 2015. A year later they asked for more evidence which I submitted. After that the USCIS went silence. In March 2016 I filed my n400 for citizenship and last week I received my invitation for the n400 interview. The interview is in the second week of October. Strangely, today, I received another letter for a i751 interview which is scheduled for the last week of October. So how is it possible that my n400 interview is scheduled before the i751 interview. What does that all mean?
  18. According to the form: If you have dependent children who live apart from you, upload documents showing that you support each child and that you have complied with child support obligations. Make sure the text is readable. This may include the following: Images of the court or government order requiring you to provide financial support Canceled checks or money order receipts A court or agency document showing child support payments Evidence of wage garnishments A notarized letter from the parent or guardian who cares for your child(ren) My wife has a child living overseas (we are currently waiting for his IR2 to be approved). How will she prove that she is supporting her child currently living outside the country. He is with his grandparents. We don't have any evidence of court orders whatsoever. We just send money to the Philippines monthly.
  19. Hi All, I'm doing the N400 after marrying an American citizen (been almost 4 years now, already have my 10 year Green Card) . In Part 5 they ask for last 5 years of residence. From What date do I put when I got to the US and lived in the first place here: 1) Day I arrived to the US 2) Date of Marriage 3) Date of when I became a resident Are they basically just asking physically where I lived regardless of status? Thank you for the help!
  20. Yes I know I have to list them, which I will be doing. Per the instructions Note: You must submit documentation of traffic incidents if: (1) The incident involved alcohol or drugs; (2) The incident led to an arrest; or (3) The incident seriously injured another person. You do not need to submit documentation for traffic fines or incidents that did not involve an arrest or did not involve drugs or alcohol, if the only penalty was a fine of less than $500 or points on your driving record. Ok so I have a total of 7 from when I was younger. Mostly for no DL since I was undocumented and they knew I didn't have a DL once I got pulled over the first time so they would see me and pull me over, I know no excuse, and did stop driving for a long time and just got rides, but I had to do what I had to do, work school, ect. And most recent one was in 2014, I had DACA at the time but AZ did not let DACA get DL back then. I became a PR in 2015 and finally got my DL. I have not had any other tickets since the last one in 2014 so none during being PR. I have got the certified court /police documents.Each one has been paid, and each one was a fine of less than $500, but by the wording, (if the ONLY penalty was a fine of less than $500) do they mean, less $500 for each one or do they mean all? Because for each one the penalty was a fine of less than $500. But combined all, no, they would be more. And one was for Open Container right after turning 21, now 30, so it happened a long time ago. No arrest just got a ticket, so not a DUI/DWI, I was not driving, I was a passenger. Police report states that I was a passenger and was given a CITATION for Open Container in a motor vehicle. My fine was less than $500 but it did involve alcohol so I'm thinking that's the only one I will have to send documents for with the application? So should I be worried that that is a lot of traffic citations and of the Open Container? Yes I did get a lawyer and sent him copies by email but still waiting to hear back so was just wondering what peoples experience with maybe something similar here. Thanks,
  21. Hi there, Silly me but please help me if you have some idea what would happen. I have applied N-400 Application (paper:mailed In) based on the 5-year Residency back in July 31st 2017. HOWEVER, I noticed my photo was dropped out from my stack of paper application + Supporting document after I have mailed my application. (I noticed the night i sent out my application via UPS) I am not sure how to get the updates on the current status of the case, it just says "Case Was Received" (https://egov.uscis.gov/casestatus/landing.do) Does anyone have experience on this? Will I get an interview at my local office (Boston) after i complete the bio-metrics appointment and background checks? Thank you
  22. Hi, guys! My question is about the situation of my friend. She came here under K1 visa since 2012 and now working on her n400 application based on 5 years of living in USA. But the thing is, she had never apply for green card or green card removal. Can she still continue the n400 without any GC record? She said she purposely did it to save tons of money. Just wait 5 years to be legal for us citizenship and then apply n400 and only pay $725. It was shocking to my part and I told her I've never heard a case like her. I mean how convenient it would be to save $2000 for the whole process.
  23. Hello all, I'm currently in the middle of the N400 application where I just finished the biometric appointment and awaiting a letter for the interview. I'm planning to get married with my fiancee in about a month in our home country (Japan) since all of our family is there. I have read in other posts that it shouldn't technically be an issue to get married during the process of the N400 application if I take my certificate to the interview but could not find any other case if I got married outside of the US. I'm wondering if getting married outside the US will raise a red flag and potentially cause my application to be rejected? If it may not be a concern, do I just bring an authorized translation of the Japanese marriage certificate? To give a little background about myself, I've been a green card holder for over 22 years and I have pretty much been raised in the states. I still currently live here but my fiancee currently lives in Japan. I don't have a criminal record as far as I know. I'm also well under the # of days limit outside the US so I don't think I need to be worried about traveling for my marriage... I would greatly appreciate your time if I could get some feedback/past experience regarding my concern. Thank you very much for reading.
  24. Hi ALl, I am filing N400 on behalf on my spouse, I am working with a US company in Riyadh (KSA) (overseas) and my wife residing with me, we stayed one year in USA after she became green card residence, then I got the Job with GE and moved oversees, but we came every 6 months for the last 2 years (only one time we stayed more than 6months but less than a year), any help if we can use the option (section 319b) since I am working with US company (General Electric), any more info needed I am ready, thanks all
  25. Hi everyone! I do not see online filing under my ucsis online acount. Is it disabled for now? My package is ready to go, but wanted to file it online for the easiness and traceability.
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