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Atlanta Naturalization Interview & Oath Ceremony

#1 Steffi

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Posted 11 February 2010 - 02:39 PM

My naturalization interview appointment was scheduled for 10:05am on Tuesday, February 9. Hubby and I arrived at around 9:35am and then took about 10 minutes to get through the security line and check-in on the second floor, leaving about 20 minutes until interview time. Unfortunately they were running behind and I was not called in until 11:05am or so. (Significant others stay in the waiting room.) The lady took me back to her office where she told me to sit down. The next 5 minutes were an awkward silence while she sorted through paperwork. She then asked me to stand, raise my right hand, and I had to swear that I would state the truth, and then sat back down. I can’t remember the precise order of events throughout the interview so don’t quote me on this exact order, but she asked me about some personal information, such as saying my full name, birth date, address, phone number, social security number, etc. She printed out a piece of paper to verify that this information all looked correct. She also asked if I was married to a citizen and what I do for a living. I was asked the questions that were also asked on the N-400 form – were you ever arrested, are you in the process of being deported, are you a member of the communist party, do you understand the Oath, are you willing to fight for the country, etc. She didn’t ask me for any supporting documentation that I was asked to bring in a “Interview Document Check List” letter I had received. (So much for all that wasted photocopied paper, but better safe than sorry!) She then informed me the civics test would start. Unfortunately I can only recall four of the questions I was asked:

1) What does the President’s Cabinet do?
2) How many justices are on the Supreme Court?
3) If both the President and the Vice President can no longer serve, who becomes President?
4) Name one branch or part of the government.

She had me read one sentence to do with Columbus Day (can’t precisely remember what) and then I had to write the sentence “Columbus Day is in October.” I was then asked if I would like to take the Oath the same day. I told her I would love to. She then gave me a letter I had to sign and handed me another letter to say I had passed the exam. She informed me the paperwork would need to be handed over to someone to verify that everything looked in order, and if it did my name would be called to tell me I was good to attend the Oath ceremony.

I was back out in the waiting room by 11:25, so I would estimate the interview took about 15 minutes. My name was finally called at 1:10pm and I was handed the paper that told me to come back at 2:00pm for the Oath ceremony.

Hubby and I quickly drove to the adjacent Northlake Mall to grab some Chinese food and silence our growling stomachs. Then we hurried back. The security line behind us was growing very quickly because obviously many people came for the same 2:00pm Oath Ceremony. I was asked to sit out in front of the Oath room along with my fellow citizens-to-be. Hubby was asked to sit further back, and in some cases people were told to go up to the third floor because the waiting room was getting too crowded. They checked us in by the row, and it wasn’t until close to 3:00pm that all 187 immigrants were sitting in the room ready to take their Oath. At that point family was told to come in. A woman (head of the Atlanta office?) gave a speech and also informed family members they could photograph the ceremony. She then called out every country represented and you were supposed to stand up when your country was called. When everyone was standing we had to repeat the Oath after her (a booklet on your seat has a copy of it) and then we were citizens!! We were shown a video of President Obama welcoming us as new citizens and then a music video of “Proud to be an American”. Then family members were asked to go wait outside, and the woman told us the info packet on our seats included information about next steps like passport, updating social security cards, and registering to vote. We were then called in rows and handed our Naturalization Certificates as we exited!
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January 10, 2003: K1 NOA
October 23, 2003: AOS NOA
November 10, 2005: AOS approved w/o interview (749 days!!)
September 30, 2009: German Beibehaltungsgenehmigung
February 9, 2010: Naturalization interview and Oath Ceremony!

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#2 Calypso

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Posted 11 February 2010 - 02:46 PM

Congratulations!


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#3 v333k

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Posted 11 February 2010 - 02:52 PM

My naturalization interview appointment was scheduled for 10:05am on Tuesday, February 9. Hubby and I arrived at around 9:35am and then took about 10 minutes to get through the security line and check-in on the second floor, leaving about 20 minutes until interview time. Unfortunately they were running behind and I was not called in until 11:05am or so. (Significant others stay in the waiting room.) The lady took me back to her office where she told me to sit down. The next 5 minutes were an awkward silence while she sorted through paperwork. She then asked me to stand, raise my right hand, and I had to swear that I would state the truth, and then sat back down. I can’t remember the precise order of events throughout the interview so don’t quote me on this exact order, but she asked me about some personal information, such as saying my full name, birth date, address, phone number, social security number, etc. She printed out a piece of paper to verify that this information all looked correct. She also asked if I was married to a citizen and what I do for a living. I was asked the questions that were also asked on the N-400 form – were you ever arrested, are you in the process of being deported, are you a member of the communist party, do you understand the Oath, are you willing to fight for the country, etc. She didn’t ask me for any supporting documentation that I was asked to bring in a “Interview Document Check List” letter I had received. (So much for all that wasted photocopied paper, but better safe than sorry!) She then informed me the civics test would start. Unfortunately I can only recall four of the questions I was asked:

1) What does the President’s Cabinet do?
2) How many justices are on the Supreme Court?
3) If both the President and the Vice President can no longer serve, who becomes President?
4) Name one branch or part of the government.

She had me read one sentence to do with Columbus Day (can’t precisely remember what) and then I had to write the sentence “Columbus Day is in October.” I was then asked if I would like to take the Oath the same day. I told her I would love to. She then gave me a letter I had to sign and handed me another letter to say I had passed the exam. She informed me the paperwork would need to be handed over to someone to verify that everything looked in order, and if it did my name would be called to tell me I was good to attend the Oath ceremony.

I was back out in the waiting room by 11:25, so I would estimate the interview took about 15 minutes. My name was finally called at 1:10pm and I was handed the paper that told me to come back at 2:00pm for the Oath ceremony.

Hubby and I quickly drove to the adjacent Northlake Mall to grab some Chinese food and silence our growling stomachs. Then we hurried back. The security line behind us was growing very quickly because obviously many people came for the same 2:00pm Oath Ceremony. I was asked to sit out in front of the Oath room along with my fellow citizens-to-be. Hubby was asked to sit further back, and in some cases people were told to go up to the third floor because the waiting room was getting too crowded. They checked us in by the row, and it wasn’t until close to 3:00pm that all 187 immigrants were sitting in the room ready to take their Oath. At that point family was told to come in. A woman (head of the Atlanta office?) gave a speech and also informed family members they could photograph the ceremony. She then called out every country represented and you were supposed to stand up when your country was called. When everyone was standing we had to repeat the Oath after her (a booklet on your seat has a copy of it) and then we were citizens!! We were shown a video of President Obama welcoming us as new citizens and then a music video of “Proud to be an American”. Then family members were asked to go wait outside, and the woman told us the info packet on our seats included information about next steps like passport, updating social security cards, and registering to vote. We were then called in rows and handed our Naturalization Certificates as we exited!


Congratulations!
thanks for sharing your experience.
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N-400 Naturalization Timeline

06/28/11 .. Mailed N-400 package via Priority mail with delivery confirmation
06/30/11 .. Package Delivered to Dallas Lockbox
07/06/11 .. Received e-mail notification of application acceptance
07/06/11 .. Check cashed
07/08/11 .. Received NOA letter
07/29/11 .. Received text/e-mail for biometrics notice
08/03/11 .. Received Biometrics letter - scheduled for 8/24/11
08/04/11 .. Walk-in finger prints done.
08/08/11 .. Received text/e-mail: Placed in line for interview scheduling
09/12/11 .. Received Yellow letter dated 9/7/11
09/13/11 .. Received text/e-mail: Interview scheduled
09/16/11 .. Received interview letter
10/19/11 .. Interview - PASSED
10/20/11 .. Received text/email: Oath scheduled
10/22/11 .. Received OATH letter

11/09/11 .. Oath ceremony

#4 Steffi

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Posted 11 February 2010 - 03:28 PM

Thank you! :D

Here are some photos from the Oath Ceremony by the way!


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Waiting for the Oath Ceremony to start.


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Waving my American flag.


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Getting ready to take the Oath.


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Proudly displaying my American "birth certificate". :)
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January 10, 2003: K1 NOA
October 23, 2003: AOS NOA
November 10, 2005: AOS approved w/o interview (749 days!!)
September 30, 2009: German Beibehaltungsgenehmigung
February 9, 2010: Naturalization interview and Oath Ceremony!

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#5 ED*Riza

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Posted 11 February 2010 - 03:50 PM

Congratulations and thank you for sharing your experience with the pictures!! :dance: :thumbs:

Edited by ED*Riza, 11 February 2010 - 03:50 PM.

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God is Great .. God is good... all the time..
N_-400
12/13/2010- SEnt The packet
12/22/2010- The packet was returned due to missing page.
12/23/2010- Resend the packet with complete pages.
12/29/2010- Check cashed in
01/03/2010- Receive NOA
01/10/2011- Email from USCIS for the Required Evidence( Finger printing)
01/26/2011-Biometric Schedule
02/07/2011-USCIS online status update-
02/12/2011- Received Interview Letter Scheduled March 14
02/12/2011- Received Descheduled letter
02/17/2011- USCIS online Status update
02/22/2011-New IL arrived schedule for March 29
02/22/2011-Descheduled Letter Again ( 2nd Time)
02/23/2011- I called USCIS and I was told new schedule in the computer for March 22
02/23/2011-USCIS ONline update....
03/01/2011-Interview Letter for March 22 @ 7:15 AM
03/22/2011- Interview and Oath; US Citizen


#6 Kathryn41

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Posted 11 February 2010 - 07:49 PM

Congratulations! It's good to know that they will do the same day oath ceremony for interviews as late as 11 as well . Your interview and ceremony sound very similar to mine - but it was in Atlanta too! Great photos!
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#7 ravenscroft

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Posted 11 February 2010 - 07:56 PM

Congratulations!!!
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#8 Silke

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Posted 11 February 2010 - 09:37 PM

Congratulations and thanks for sharing your experience :)!
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AOS from F1 visa
05/02/2007 AOS Package delivered to Chicago Lockbox Day 1
05/25/2007 Biometrics appointment Day 24
07/26/2007 Interview Day 86 Approved
08/06/2007 Green card received Day 97

Removal of Conditions
04/28/2009 I-751 delivered to CSC Day 1
06/27/2009 Biometrics appointment (walk-in) Day 60
07/20/2009 Approval notice issued Day 83
07/22/2009 Received card production email Day 85
07/27/2009 Received green card & approval notice Day 90

Beibehaltungsgenehmigung (BBG)
08/03/2009 Submitted application to German consulate in L.A.
11/20/2009 Approval notice issued Day 109

US Citizenship
04/27/2010 Submitted N400
04/28/2010 N400 delivered Day 1
05/10/2010 Check cashed Day 12
05/13/2010 Received NOA (NOA was issued on 05/10) Day 15
05/20/2010 Received Biometrics notice Day 22
06/11/2010 Biometrics appointment (walk-in) Day 44
06/22/2010 Online Status changed to Testing & Interview Day 55
06/23/2010 Received interview notice in the mail Day 56
07/26/2010 Interview Day 89 Approved
08/24/2010 Oath Ceremony Day 118

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#9 paliboy

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Posted 11 February 2010 - 10:54 PM

Congrats!!
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#10 Lorenzoid

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Posted 12 February 2010 - 10:58 AM

Thanks. We'll hopefully be doing this in Atlanta in a few years, and it's interesting to see what we have to look forward to.
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12/31/2009 Married in the U.S. on K-1 visa
01/28/2010 received copy of marriage certificate (what a delay!)
02/01/2010 AOS (I-485/I-765/I-131/I-1145) package sent to USCIS via FedEx (Day 0)
02/02/2010 AOS package received at USCIS confirmed by FedEx (Day 1)
02/08/2010 NOA1 for I-485/I-765/I-131, noting Date of Receipt 02/02/2010 (Day 7)
02/10/2010 Biometrics Letter date, noting appointment on 02/26/2010 (Day 9)
02/23/2010 Notice of Transfer to CSC (Day 22)
02/26/2010 Completed Biometrics Appointment (Day 25)
03/01/2010 I-765 status first available on-line (Touch) (Day 28)
03/03/2010 I-485 status first available on-line (Touch) (Day 30)
04/12/2010 EAD Card Production Ordered (via text message and on-line) (Day 70)
04/12/2010 AP approved and mailed (status shown on-line) (Day 70)
04/17/2010 AP received in mail (Day 75)
04/19/2010 EAD Card received in mail (Day 77)
07/28/2010 AOS Card Production Ordered (via text message and on-line) (Day 177)
08/03/2010 Welcome Letter received in mail (Day 183)
08/06/2010 Green Card received in mail (Day 186)
04/30/2012 Remove Conditions (I-751) sent to USCIS
06/25/2012 Completed Biometrics Appointment
01/30/2013 Card Production Ordered
02/07/2013 Green Card received in mail

#11 v333k

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Posted 12 February 2010 - 11:09 AM

Thank you! :D

Here are some photos from the Oath Ceremony by the way!


Thanks and congratulations!!!
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N-400 Naturalization Timeline

06/28/11 .. Mailed N-400 package via Priority mail with delivery confirmation
06/30/11 .. Package Delivered to Dallas Lockbox
07/06/11 .. Received e-mail notification of application acceptance
07/06/11 .. Check cashed
07/08/11 .. Received NOA letter
07/29/11 .. Received text/e-mail for biometrics notice
08/03/11 .. Received Biometrics letter - scheduled for 8/24/11
08/04/11 .. Walk-in finger prints done.
08/08/11 .. Received text/e-mail: Placed in line for interview scheduling
09/12/11 .. Received Yellow letter dated 9/7/11
09/13/11 .. Received text/e-mail: Interview scheduled
09/16/11 .. Received interview letter
10/19/11 .. Interview - PASSED
10/20/11 .. Received text/email: Oath scheduled
10/22/11 .. Received OATH letter

11/09/11 .. Oath ceremony

#12 antda

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Posted 12 February 2010 - 06:36 PM

Hi Steffi,

Congratulations on passing your interview and congrats on having the same day oath ceremony!... :star:

Thanks too, for sharing your detailed experience and for providing photos of such an experience! :thumbs:

Good luck with the rest of your journey as a US Citizen and good luck in getting your passport too.

Ant

P.S. If you don't mind me asking, how did you upload and share your photos on VJ? Did you use photobucket or something else?

My naturalization interview appointment was scheduled for 10:05am on Tuesday, February 9. Hubby and I arrived at around 9:35am and then took about 10 minutes to get through the security line and check-in on the second floor, leaving about 20 minutes until interview time. Unfortunately they were running behind and I was not called in until 11:05am or so. (Significant others stay in the waiting room.) The lady took me back to her office where she told me to sit down. The next 5 minutes were an awkward silence while she sorted through paperwork. She then asked me to stand, raise my right hand, and I had to swear that I would state the truth, and then sat back down. I can’t remember the precise order of events throughout the interview so don’t quote me on this exact order, but she asked me about some personal information, such as saying my full name, birth date, address, phone number, social security number, etc. She printed out a piece of paper to verify that this information all looked correct. She also asked if I was married to a citizen and what I do for a living. I was asked the questions that were also asked on the N-400 form – were you ever arrested, are you in the process of being deported, are you a member of the communist party, do you understand the Oath, are you willing to fight for the country, etc. She didn’t ask me for any supporting documentation that I was asked to bring in a “Interview Document Check List” letter I had received. (So much for all that wasted photocopied paper, but better safe than sorry!) She then informed me the civics test would start. Unfortunately I can only recall four of the questions I was asked:

1) What does the President’s Cabinet do?
2) How many justices are on the Supreme Court?
3) If both the President and the Vice President can no longer serve, who becomes President?
4) Name one branch or part of the government.

She had me read one sentence to do with Columbus Day (can’t precisely remember what) and then I had to write the sentence “Columbus Day is in October.” I was then asked if I would like to take the Oath the same day. I told her I would love to. She then gave me a letter I had to sign and handed me another letter to say I had passed the exam. She informed me the paperwork would need to be handed over to someone to verify that everything looked in order, and if it did my name would be called to tell me I was good to attend the Oath ceremony.

I was back out in the waiting room by 11:25, so I would estimate the interview took about 15 minutes. My name was finally called at 1:10pm and I was handed the paper that told me to come back at 2:00pm for the Oath ceremony.

Hubby and I quickly drove to the adjacent Northlake Mall to grab some Chinese food and silence our growling stomachs. Then we hurried back. The security line behind us was growing very quickly because obviously many people came for the same 2:00pm Oath Ceremony. I was asked to sit out in front of the Oath room along with my fellow citizens-to-be. Hubby was asked to sit further back, and in some cases people were told to go up to the third floor because the waiting room was getting too crowded. They checked us in by the row, and it wasn’t until close to 3:00pm that all 187 immigrants were sitting in the room ready to take their Oath. At that point family was told to come in. A woman (head of the Atlanta office?) gave a speech and also informed family members they could photograph the ceremony. She then called out every country represented and you were supposed to stand up when your country was called. When everyone was standing we had to repeat the Oath after her (a booklet on your seat has a copy of it) and then we were citizens!! We were shown a video of President Obama welcoming us as new citizens and then a music video of “Proud to be an American”. Then family members were asked to go wait outside, and the woman told us the info packet on our seats included information about next steps like passport, updating social security cards, and registering to vote. We were then called in rows and handed our Naturalization Certificates as we exited!


Edited by Ant+D+BabyA, 12 February 2010 - 06:37 PM.

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**Ant's Posted ImagePosted Image "Once Upon An American Immigration Journey" Condensed Timeline...**

2000 (72+ Months) "Loved": Long-Distance Dating Relationship. D Visited Ant in Canada.
2006 (<1 Month) "Visited": Ant Visited D in America. B-2 Visa Port of Entry Interrogation.
2006 (<1 Month) "Married": Wedding Elopement. Husband & Wife, D and Ant !! Together Forever!
2006 ( 3 Months I-485 Wait) "Adjusted": 2-Years Green Card.
2007 ( 2 Months) "Numbered": SSN Card.
2007 (<1 Months) "Licensed": NYS 4-Years Driver's License.
2009 (10 Months I-751 Wait) "Removed": 10-Years 5-Months Green Card.
2009 ( 9 Months Baby Wait) "Expected": Baby. It's a Boy, Baby A !!! We Are Family, Ant+D+BabyA !
2009 ( 4 Months) "Moved": New House Constructed and Moved Into.
2009 ( 2 Months N-400 Wait) "Naturalized": US Citizenship, Certificate of Naturalization. Goodbye USCIS!!!!
***Ant is a Naturalized American Citizen!!***: November 23, 2009 (Private Oath Ceremony: USCIS Office, Buffalo, NY, USA)
2009 (<1 Month) "Secured": US Citizen SSN Card.
2009 (<1 Month) "Enhanced": US Citizen NYS 8-Years Enhanced Driver's License. (in lieu of a US Passport)
2010 ( 1 Month) "Voted": US Citizen NYS Voter's Registration Card.

***~~~"The End...And the Americans, Ant+D+BabyA, lived 'Happily Ever After'!"...~~~***

#13 HappyNathy

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Posted 12 February 2010 - 07:49 PM

How exciting! Loved the pics, thanks for sharing!! Congratulations!!
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03-03-09 I-751 mailed to VSC
03-06-09 I-751 received at VSC
03-10-09 Check cashed
03-26-09 NOA1 received
03-30-09 Biometrics Appointment Notice
04-03-09 Can 'see' my case online USCIS
04-15-09 Biometrics Date ~ completed successfully in Atlanta
04-16-09 Touched
07-13-09 Waiting for something, anything...
07-31-09 Received my SECOND biometrics notice ...wth?
08-22-09 Second Biometrics Date ~ completed successfully in Atlanta: picture only this time
08-24-09 Touched
08-25-09 Touched
09-14-09 Received my THIRD biometrics notice
09-26-09 Will try a 'walk-in' in Atlanta ~ successful: picture only, again
09-28-09 Touched
09-29-09 Touched
09-30-09 Third Biometrics Date
12-02-09 Called USCIS: case still being processed
02-08-10 Waiting...
02-19-10 Called USCIS: Completed a service request based on my case being outside processing time
03-05-10 Info Pass scheduled in Atlanta for extension stamp in passport
03-10-10 E-mail received: Card production ordered - I can't believe it, finally! (Time = 1 year & 1 week)
03-23-10 10 Year Green Card Received
02-19-10 Eligible to file N-400
02-28-10 N-400 mailed to Texas

03-04-10 N-400 received in Texas
04-07-10 Biometrics
06-04-10 Service request
07-21-10 Interview & Oath Ceremony same day in Atlanta - Visa Journey over!

#14 Sand

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Posted 12 February 2010 - 07:53 PM

Congratulations!
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بســــم اللـــــه الــــرحمـن الــــرحــــيم

My N-400 timeline, I hope it will help - Local Office (Chula Vista Field Office - San Diego)

10/01/2010: Application was sent.
10/04/2010: Application was received.
10/06/2010: Email received "Application has been received" & Noticed Date.
10/07/2010: "Touch"
10/08/2010: "Touch" & Check was Cashed
10/09/2010: NOA1 Received via mail.
10/22/2010: Status Changed Online "Request for evidence" It was for Biometrics.
10/25/2010: Request for evidence recieved "Biometrics Notice".
11/18/2010: Biometrics date ==> 11:00AM. Biometrics was taken On time.
12/03/2010: "Yellow Letter" Received.
12/06/2010: "Touch" Case Moved to "Testing and Interview".
12/08/2010: Interview Letter received via mail.
01/13/2011: Interview Date. Done, " Thanks To ALLAH, I Passed the Test.
01/18/2011: Oath Letter was Sent.
01/20/2011: Oath Letter Recieved via mail.
01/28/2011: Oath Date. ==> Done, I am a U.S. Citizen
01/31/2011: Applied for a U.S. Passport Book, And, U.S. Passport Card.
02/25/2011: Passport Book's Received.
02/26/2011: Passport Card's Received.
02/28/2011: Certificate Of Naturalization's Returned.

Game Over.

#15 F@rsc@p3

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Posted 13 February 2010 - 10:44 AM

Congratulations!!!
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Naturalization:
11/22/2010 Sent N400. Day 01
11/30/2010 Check cashed. Day 08
12/02/2010 NOA. Day 10
12/10/2010 Biometrics. Day 18
02/17/2011 Interview. Day 85
02/17/2011 Oath Ceremony. Day 85
02/18/2011 Applied for U.S. Passport Book/Card. Day 86
02/23/2011 Passport application received. Day 91
03/10/2011 Passport book received. Day 106
03/11/2011 Certificate of Naturalization returned. Day 107
03/12/2011 Passport card received. Day 108
My Immigration journey is finally over yes!!!



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