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So I did my naturalization interview yesterday

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And the officer told me he couldn't make a decision, because he has to go over my file again, but asked to take 2 passport photos. Should I worry??

I am not sure i can help you out with your question, but reading it made me think why brought 2 passport photos to your interview anyway? I have my interview in 2 days and i dont plan on bringing any photos, since there is no mention in the interview letter to bring any...

Why did you bring 2 photos?

Again sorry if it is off-topic but got me thinking...

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And the officer told me he couldn't make a decision, because he has to go over my file again, but asked to take 2 passport photos. Should I worry??

After the interview, he asked me to go take 2 passport pics signed by me and leave at the front desk for him

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I am not sure i can help you out with your question, but reading it made me think why brought 2 passport photos to your interview anyway? I have my interview in 2 days and i dont plan on bringing any photos, since there is no mention in the interview letter to bring any...

Why did you bring 2 photos?

Again sorry if it is off-topic but got me thinking...

Where are you having the interview at?


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did he have your A-File on his desk during the interview?


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And the officer told me he couldn't make a decision, because he has to go over my file again, but asked to take 2 passport photos. Should I worry??

I wouldn't worry about it. If you passed your history/English test and he asked to bring two passport photos before he makes a decision - that just means he can't close your case until he has a complete set of supporting materials. Photos are always attached to the application before it gets archived. So once you submit your pictures I'm sure you'll get approved.

Good luck!

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I wouldn't worry about it. If you passed your history/English test and he asked to bring two passport photos before he makes a decision - that just means he can't close your case until he has a complete set of supporting materials. Photos are always attached to the application before it gets archived. So once you submit your pictures I'm sure you'll get approved.

Good luck!

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I am not sure i can help you out with your question, but reading it made me think why brought 2 passport photos to your interview anyway? I have my interview in 2 days and i dont plan on bringing any photos, since there is no mention in the interview letter to bring any...

Why did you bring 2 photos?

Again sorry if it is off-topic but got me thinking...

Actually, in my interview letter it clearly stated that it would be wise to bring 2 pictures, just in case.

I didn't get asked for them, but saw a ziploc baggie attached to my file with the pics I send with my application. So maybe they just want to make sure they have pics, and if they get lost (separated from the file) you don't have to wait for that issue to clear up.

And I figured it wouldn't be a problem, I can use mine when I am requesting my passport.

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