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I am in the process of filing N-400 for myself and came across a question whether I meet the 3 months local residence requirement.

 

I am a student at a university where I am filing, and I live in a dorm. 

I lived in different dorms for last 2 years, and I took trips to Korea every summer, including the recent 100-days trip that I got back from on August 19th.

 

Do I meet the 3 months local residence requirement?

 

USCIS website says, 
"In general, an applicant for naturalization must file his or her application for naturalization with the state or service district that has jurisdiction over his or her place of residence. The applicant must have resided in that location for at least three months prior to filing."

 

I am not sure if this means a continuous residency of 3 months. I have definitely lived here for more than 3 months but I was not physically here for the LAST 3 months.

 

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