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Hi every one I need your help I had my interview today I did pass the writing civic tast and reading test but she give me letter USCIS will mail you decision . What that means and she asking about sletive service but I am 34 years old

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Hi every one I need your help I had my interview today I did pass the writing civic tast and reading test but she give me letter USCIS will mail you decision . What that means and she asking about sletive service but I am 34 years old

It means exactly what it says Your interviewer did not reach a decision during the interview and will mail you a decision once they have reached one. If in fact the only reason she was in doubt was because you failed to register for selective service, then she doesn't know what she's talking about. The USCIS guidelines to interviewers clearly state that if you're over 31 years old they cannot deny your application for failing to register, even if they have absolute proof that you knew that you were supposed to register and you decided not to.

The only thing that could pose a problem is if you lied about registering for selective service when you actually didn't, but I doubt that that's the case, because why would you? There's no reason.

My guess is that your interviewer was not aware of the rules, and will approve your application as soon as her supervisor has a chance to look at it. This may take a few days or a few weeks, so be patient.

If there's nothing else that happened during the interview that you forgot to mention, then you don't have anything to worry about.

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It means exactly what it says Your interviewer did not reach a decision during the interview and will mail you a decision once they have reached one. If in fact the only reason she was in doubt was because you failed to register for selective service, then she doesn't know what she's talking about. The USCIS guidelines to interviewers clearly state that if you're over 31 years old they cannot deny your application for failing to register, even if they have absolute proof that you knew that you were supposed to register and you decided not to.

The only thing that could pose a problem is if you lied about registering for selective service when you actually didn't, but I doubt that that's the case, because why would you? There's no reason.

My guess is that your interviewer was not aware of the rules, and will approve your application as soon as her supervisor has a chance to look at it. This may take a few days or a few weeks, so be patient.

If there's nothing else that happened during the interview that you forgot to mention, then you don't have anything to worry about.

no nothing else at the end she said she need to check few for thing that's it

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