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Expiring Passport before AOS interview

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So how do fiances deal with expiring passports once they are already in the US?

 

My fiance passport could potentially expire before the AOS interview.  Hopefully not, but we have no control over how long that process could take.

How does that affect the interview?  Don't they require a valid passport?

 

And same question for citizenship after that...  Her passport will most definitely be expired by that time.

 

 

 

 

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She can get a new passport at her countries embassy in the US. Just find the closest one to where you are living. 

It will cost more than what she usually paid in her homecountry for a new passport but that's her only option. 

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