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#1 hotairguy

hotairguy

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Posted 27 December 2007 - 11:06 AM

Hello all,

Well the time has finally arrived for Marilyn's last step. I am gathering the paperwork (again) for the N-400 submission in early January. Can anyone post a sample cover letter if used, I always like to compare what I come up with against others who's packet has been received and accepted.

Thanks, Marilyn and Peter.
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K-1 Timeline in Profile (our story)

Church wedding Sept 18
NOA1's for AOS/EAD received Sept 20 MSC #
Biometrics completed Nov 5 2004
EAD Approval Dec 29 2004
AOS appointment letter received Feb 3 2005
AOS interview scheduled for March 9 2005
AOS interview mostly fine, just need I-693 supplement filled out by civil surgeon
Spend another $40 for I-693 form, sent to local USCIS office registered mail, arrived March 11 2005
AOS finally approved March 25th 2005
Green card arrives about 10 days later
!!Green card has incorrect middle name!! Thanks USCIS
Travel back to Denver, turn in card and I-90 to correct their mistake.
Application accepted, asked for I-551 stamp, they told me "We don't do stamps anymore"
NOA1 for I-90 received from NSC April 18 2005, fee waived
NSC appears to have stoped processing I-90's
Marilyn needs to travel back to the RP, call Senators office for help with green card or I-551 stamp
Travel back to Denver July 1, 2005 and received I-551 stamp in the passport.

#2 honda99

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Posted 02 January 2008 - 07:37 PM

QUOTE (hotairguy @ Dec 27 2007, 11:06 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hello all,

Well the time has finally arrived for Marilyn's last step. I am gathering the paperwork (again) for the N-400 submission in early January. Can anyone post a sample cover letter if used, I always like to compare what I come up with against others who's packet has been received and accepted.

Thanks, Marilyn and Peter.


just wondering to see if you able to get hold of any sample cover letter for n400, if yes please let me know as i'm in the process of searching smile.gif

thanks.
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#3 hotairguy

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Posted 04 January 2008 - 10:04 PM

QUOTE (honda99 @ Jan 2 2008, 06:37 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
QUOTE (hotairguy @ Dec 27 2007, 11:06 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hello all,

Well the time has finally arrived for Marilyn's last step. I am gathering the paperwork (again) for the N-400 submission in early January. Can anyone post a sample cover letter if used, I always like to compare what I come up with against others who's packet has been received and accepted.

Thanks, Marilyn and Peter.


just wondering to see if you able to get hold of any sample cover letter for n400, if yes please let me know as i'm in the process of searching smile.gif

thanks.


No one responded with a sample so I created one using parts of the cover letter I used for AOS and I-751. I have attached it here.

Marilyn and Peter.

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Edited by hotairguy, 04 January 2008 - 10:07 PM.

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K-1 Timeline in Profile (our story)

Church wedding Sept 18
NOA1's for AOS/EAD received Sept 20 MSC #
Biometrics completed Nov 5 2004
EAD Approval Dec 29 2004
AOS appointment letter received Feb 3 2005
AOS interview scheduled for March 9 2005
AOS interview mostly fine, just need I-693 supplement filled out by civil surgeon
Spend another $40 for I-693 form, sent to local USCIS office registered mail, arrived March 11 2005
AOS finally approved March 25th 2005
Green card arrives about 10 days later
!!Green card has incorrect middle name!! Thanks USCIS
Travel back to Denver, turn in card and I-90 to correct their mistake.
Application accepted, asked for I-551 stamp, they told me "We don't do stamps anymore"
NOA1 for I-90 received from NSC April 18 2005, fee waived
NSC appears to have stoped processing I-90's
Marilyn needs to travel back to the RP, call Senators office for help with green card or I-551 stamp
Travel back to Denver July 1, 2005 and received I-551 stamp in the passport.

#4 Void

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Posted 06 January 2008 - 08:41 PM

QUOTE (hotairguy @ Dec 27 2007, 10:06 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hello all,

Well the time has finally arrived for Marilyn's last step. I am gathering the paperwork (again) for the N-400 submission in early January. Can anyone post a sample cover letter if used, I always like to compare what I come up with against others who's packet has been received and accepted.

Thanks, Marilyn and Peter.



Your Address

Date


USINS ......... Service Center
Attention N400 Unit
P. O. Box.....


Re: N400 Application for Naturalization.
Applicant:
Filling Fee:

Enclosed herewith, please find the following:

1. Completed N 400 Application for Naturalization.
2. A photocopy of both sides of Permanent Resident Card
3. Two (2) color photograph with name and A number written on the back with a pencil
4. Two checks in the amount of $ and $ for application fee and fingerprint fee respectively. A number written at the back of the checks
5. Copy of proof that first marriage ended (if any)
6. A copy of status letter from Selective Service.



Please process and acknowledge receipt


Thank you,

(Your Name and Signature)
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#5 VanessaTony

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Posted 18 February 2011 - 05:27 AM

Hi,

Thanks very much for this comment. It help me to think about my ideals.


Tks again and pls keep posting.

This thread is almost 3 years old. The requirements have surely changed since this was written. please read the guides and form instructions when compiling your list and do not rely on the information contained herein.
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Aussie K1 process - http://www.visajourn...interview-date/
AOS, EAD & AP - the Aussie Way (including document list) - http://www.visajourn...-list-included/
ROC April 2012 - http://www.visajourn...il-2012-filers/ (includes document list)
N-400 April 2013 - http://www.visajourn...il-2013-filers/ (includes document list)
Aussie Chat page - http://www.visajourn...ussie-oi-oi-oi/ (leaving this for reference purposes)
Aussie Chat page continued - http://www.visajourn...ussie-oi-oi-oi/
Aussie Name Change on Passport Process - http://www.visajourn...change-process/
Travel on maiden name passport with married name GC, tickets in married name - http://www.visajourn...ost__p__4135806
Shipping Costs from Aus to US - http://www.visajourn...sts-aus-to-usa/

Notes:
- For my "standard" timeline please see timeline to the left
- For timeline with Aussie specifics & more detailed info, please see the "About Me" section of my profile

#6 NickD

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Posted 18 February 2011 - 07:33 AM

We did do a cover letter for the I-751, did that cause delays? Never fooled with that for the N-400, just organized and sent in the stack of required evidence. Doubt if anyone would read it anyway.

See now the USCIS has an evidence check list, for my stepdaughters five year application recall only one box that had to be checked. Printed that out and checked that one box, underlining in red what she had to send in. Only did that so they couldn't say something was missing and put that on top of her near empty evidence they required.

Still nothing in there about sending in proof you paid for a minor traffic violation, especially a 50 buck fine including court cost she got as a minor. But not easy dealing with a field office that either doesn't follow USCIS guidelines or makes up rules as they go along.

Also ran into that with USCIS approved doctors that insisted we had to pay for tests not even on the I-693 form running up the bill to $5,000 per person. Those I could walk away from, but believe we are stuck with our assigned field office. Would be certainly worth being able to choose one with a same day oath and buy a plane ticket, but we don't have that choice. Or do we?
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