Posted 03 April 2012 - 02:45 AM
I am in the middle of ROC on my husband. We did our biometrics yesterday. He will be eligible to apply for naturalization 3/2/2013. If we were to apply prior to 4/2/2013, would I have to pay for another biometrics or would it still be valid from the ROC?
DCF CR1 - Tunisia Consulate
3/3/12 I-751 filed
9/20/12 Card Received
3/2/13 Earliest date to apply
Posted 03 April 2012 - 06:07 AM
They, being the USCIS.
Posted 03 April 2012 - 12:10 PM
They also have to pay to store the information as well as to retrieve it. So that is why they say they keep your biometrics fee, even if you don't go and do new biometrics.
Odds are against you for using your ROC biometrics as they are now taking photos for your naturalization. But even for some weird reason, they use your ROC biometric, still have to pay that 80 bucks. They say it cost them that much to retrieve them.
They, being the USCIS.
Sarah, as NickD said you will still have to pay the $80 biometrics fee regardless.
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