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Doubt about the answer of one of the N400 Interview questions (US Representative)?

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I have a small doubt about one of the questions for the N400 interview.

When we are asked to name our US Representative, based on our state of course, which representative do we have to say? I am in Oklahoma, we have 5 separate US representatives for the 5 separate district based on this link:

http://www.house.gov/representatives/#state_ok

So, which ones do i have to say as the correct answer? Any of them or just the one that is in charge of my specific region where i currently reside?

Please help or if you have been asked this question let me know what you think.

Thanks!

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The representative represent only his/ her district. Senator represent all people of the state. You need to go to house.gov

There is a link to locate your representative. Once you go there, you need to enter your address, then you will know your representative. You have only one representative not five.


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The representative represent only his/ her district. Senator represent all people of the state. You need to go to house.gov

There is a link to locate your representative. Once you go there, you need to enter your address, then you will know your representative. You have only one representative not five.

The doubt i had is whether i need to tell them my specific rep or just any of the representatives for my state.

So, according to you, it be the one representative that is in charge of my district. Thank you for clearing that one for me!

p.s. i did check based on my zipcode and the name that appeared will be the answer i will give them if asked. :-)

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The doubt i had is whether i need to tell them my specific rep or just any of the representatives for my state.

So, according to you, it be the one representative that is in charge of my district. Thank you for clearing that one for me!

p.s. i did check based on my zipcode and the name that appeared will be the answer i will give them if asked. :-)

This is correct. The question asks for the person representing you, not those representing other people in your state.


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