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Time in USCIS District or State

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I will become eligible to apply for US citizenship in the end of April. However, my travel plans for the summer are such that I will be out of the US for all of July and August, so I decided to start the naturalization process after I come back in the end of August. The naturalization guide mentions something about the amount of time spent living in the USCIS district or State before filing n400, that that time has to be at least 3 months. What does "living in the USCIS district or State" mean, does it mean physically present there or just maintain an address there? If it's the former, then I guess I will not be eligible to apply after I am back in the US in the end of August? Thanks.

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