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N-400 Feb 2015 filer- Missouri center

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I mailed out N-400 application to Phoenix, AZ. They forwarded to Missouri service center.

I am scheduled for fingerprints for tomorrow (Mar 16th).

How long ususally takes to schedule for an interview?

That is my 4th time to send the application. It was rejected on 3 different occasions for different reasons.

My field office is Fairfax, VA

It depends on where you live, but for most people over the last year, the interview has been scheduled within 3 to 7 months of applying. If you want to get a better idea, go through each of the 2014 monthly threads and look for people in your city. You can trace their progress through the status tracking tables.

Your profile says you are in Edmonton, AB... so I don't know where in the US you are.

Since you mentioned, I have to ask... why was your application rejected 3 times?

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For a review of each step of my N-400 naturalization process, from application to oath ceremony, please click here.

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I live in NY, USA

It was rejected

1st time: Fees was not correct

2nd time: N-400 form updated

3rd time: Date on cheque was old

I received biometric letter on Feb 23th

I am scheduled for biometric tomorrow (Mar16th)

I requested the interview to be conducted in Fairfax, VA

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The location for your interview is based on where you live -- not your personal preferences. So, where do you live, and then it is pretty straightforward to say where the interview will be, and then you can chase down the most likely timeline.

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The location for your interview is based on where you live -- not your personal preferences. So, where do you live, and then it is pretty straightforward to say where the interview will be, and then you can chase down the most likely timeline.

This is right. You will be interviewed at the office that has jurisdiction over the area where you live.


For a review of each step of my N-400 naturalization process, from application to oath ceremony, please click here.

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