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I would like to seek some help in regards in withdrawing my N400 application. I recently sent my N400 a last week and i have never got any letter in the mail from USCIS telling me that they got my application. I NEED to withdraw my application because of work problems and as much as i wanted to become a US Citizen, my job is more important for now. There is nothing legal in my case, if ever my application moves on to the next process i will not be able to do the interview or biometrics. Is there anyone who can help me make a kind letter to USCIS and tell them to terminate my application? And should i send it to the address when i get the receipt letter from USCIS? Thanks!

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Just can withdraw your application after you have receipt by scheduling an infopass. Sorry but fee is not refundable.

Or you just don't show up your biometrics appointment, it will be considered abandoned automatically.

My opinion, try to work it out, it will take several months to finish process. Good luck.


N400

12/06/2014: Package filed

12/31/2014: Fingerprinted

02/06/2015: In-Line for Interview

04/15/2015: Passed Interview

05/05/2015: Oath letter was sent

05/22/2015: Oath Ceremony

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Wife's total time for US citizenship including biometrics. interview, and oath ceremony was less than two hours. Our major problem was distance, like six hours total traveling time. Is this also your problem?

Biometrics and oath ceremony was held at 8:00 AM, so she only missed six hours for these two, but was another seven hours for her interview.

Apparently things were okay for you last week, with some problems today, really don't know the future, her employer was quite demanding, but gave her this little bit of time off. Just take one day at a time.

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I would like to seek some help in regards in withdrawing my N400 application. I recently sent my N400 a last week and i have never got any letter in the mail from USCIS telling me that they got my application. I NEED to withdraw my application because of work problems and as much as i wanted to become a US Citizen, my job is more important for now. There is nothing legal in my case, if ever my application moves on to the next process i will not be able to do the interview or biometrics. Is there anyone who can help me make a kind letter to USCIS and tell them to terminate my application? And should i send it to the address when i get the receipt letter from USCIS? Thanks!

Wait until you get the receipt notice, which will have your case number on it. Write a letter and ask to withdraw the application and include your case number in the letter. The application fee will be lost but your case will be closed.

If you do nothing, your application will eventually be denied.

You can also call after your end the letter to verify that the application has been withdrawn.

Edited by JimmyHou

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

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