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Happy New Year to Everyone and their family.

 

I have a situation. I will be completing my 3 years residency with my us citizen spouse by the March 2017. I lived in Texas all these years. I will be applicable to file N400 in January but I have moved to another state(CA) for a project. My family still live in NY and I am planning to return to NY after the project is done( in next 6 months or so).

 

Can I file the N400 as Texas resident since my family lives there  or I have to wait for my project to get finished and apply when I join my family in NY. I will sincerely appreciate anyone clearing this doubt.

 

 

 

 

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