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I got my naturalization interview appointment letter today, and in this letter it asked me to bring my FL drivers license. Some of my friend said they never have this requirment in their letter before. They think the immigration officer must have some suspicion of my case.

Anyone have this requirment in the interview appointment letter before ?

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I got my naturalization interview appointment letter today, and in this letter it asked me to bring my FL drivers license. Some of my friend said they never have this requirment in their letter before. They think the immigration officer must have some suspicion of my case.

Anyone have this requirment in the interview appointment letter before ?

That's normal.

Since Driver License is used for government issued ID, they asked DL to prove your identity.

Usually they ask for valid passport, driver license, and/or green card.

You should show at least two of them.

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I got my naturalization interview appointment letter today, and in this letter it asked me to bring my FL drivers license. Some of my friend said they never have this requirment in their letter before. They think the immigration officer must have some suspicion of my case.

Anyone have this requirment in the interview appointment letter before ?

That's normal.

Since Driver License is used for government issued ID, they asked DL to prove your identity.

Usually they ask for valid passport, driver license, and/or green card.

You should show at least two of them.

Thanks.

I'm very worry about my application. Some of my trips were driving from Canada into U.S., and there were no any stamps in my pastport when I crossed the border. I think the immigration officer would have some suspicion of my case.

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I got my naturalization interview appointment letter today, and in this letter it asked me to bring my FL drivers license. Some of my friend said they never have this requirment in their letter before. They think the immigration officer must have some suspicion of my case.

Anyone have this requirment in the interview appointment letter before ?

That's normal.

Since Driver License is used for government issued ID, they asked DL to prove your identity.

Usually they ask for valid passport, driver license, and/or green card.

You should show at least two of them.

Thanks.

I'm very worry about my application. Some of my trips were driving from Canada into U.S., and there were no any stamps in my pastport when I crossed the border. I think the immigration officer would have some suspicion of my case.

The request for you to bring your drivers license, as a form of identification, is very standard, and does not indicate there is any suspicion of your case. As for the land border crossings, just answer all questions honestly. USCIS officers are well aware of the what occurs on land borders. Is there some other reason you are concerned about your case - is there any question of whether your are eligible?

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