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I just started to work on my N-400 and I have a question about the photo requirement.

Is the photo spec.s for N-400 same as for passport photo?Can I just get a passport photo at Costco?

I wear glasses and instruction at visa journey says not to wear eye glasses.Is it what everyone did it for their photos for N-400?

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I just started to work on my N-400 and I have a question about the photo requirement.

Is the photo spec.s for N-400 same as for passport photo?Can I just get a passport photo at Costco?

I wear glasses and instruction at visa journey says not to wear eye glasses.Is it what everyone did it for their photos for N-400?

Thnx

http://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/files/form/n-400instr.pdf

This site tells you the requirements for your N-400 photos. You need a 2 x 2 photo which is slightly larger than a regular passport photo, and head height should measure 1 to 1 3/8 from top of hair to bottom of chin and eye height is between 1 1/8 and 1 3/8 from bottom of photo. Most places that take passport photos can take immigration photos, you just need to tell them that the photos are for immigration and it may help to bring the printout of the photo size requirements.

As with all passport/immigration etc, photos, they prefer you do not wear glasses as it could cause reflection or distortion.

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I believe at Costco you get a set of 4 pictures. I would bring the extras when you go to your interview in case they lose them. I had my wife bring them with her to the interview and the oath cermony (friends of ours had to run to the cvs and get another photo taken during the oath cermony because they needed it for the naturalization paper. any extras photos you can user for you passport. Good luck

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