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N-400, duration between letter notification and interview date

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This is the N-400 case status today June 11th.

 

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Interview Was Scheduled
On June 11, 2018, we scheduled an interview for your Form N-400, Application for Naturalization, Receipt Number NBC**********. We will mail you an interview notice. Please follow any instructions in the notice. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address.

 

 

 

I'm wondering when I receive the letter and when the interview date approximately because I'm traveling and I'd like to have an idea about the period between letter notification and interview date.

 

I appreciate any replies.

Thanks.

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It is usually 3 or more weeks. Can be shorter, though. 

 

You can always contact USCIS to reschedule, and take care of travels first. The rescheduled date is likely to be within 12 months, so no worries there.


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Check the documents tab on the USCIS site a few days after you received the online notice and the interview NOA should be there.


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My interview was on may 31st..... I got a decision cannot be made yet on your application, even though I passed the test (writing and us history) ....7 days later on June 6, I have an update on my case, stating that my oath ceremony will be scheduled, ..... 4 days later on June 10, I received a call from department of Homeland security (DHS) telling me that my oath ceremony will be on July 3rd at the place and time indicated 😊 and that I will receive a notice in the mail in about a week or 2,... I'm still waiting for the letter but at least I know when will be my ceremony! I was worry because I'm traveling by mid July, so now I have the time to do so, all I have to do is get a expedited passport which I can get in 24 hours.... 😊 I'm in NYC by the way....wish you luck!

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Thanks wilkings0224 for sharing your experience and congratulations for passing the test and good luck for the rest. So you said your interview was on May 31st. when did you get the notification letter for the interview, because I'm wondering about how long the N400 interview will be after receiving the interview notice?

 

Thanks.

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I haven't received the letter yet, I might receive it this week or next week, that's what they told me, but since my ceremony is only 20 days away, you can get the idea of how long it takes.....keep in mind that all cases are different!

When was your interview?

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Posted (edited)

wilkings0224, how did you know your interview date which was on May 31st? I do not have interview date yet. I'm expecting to receive a letter these days, I received only SMS notification says: "On June 11, 2018, we scheduled an interview for your Form N-400. We will mail you an interview notice."

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OMG I'm sorry....I thought you was asking about when you take the interview and the oath ceremony🤦‍♂️, I already took the interview and I passed....I'm waiting for the oath! My bad....I misunderstood your question....but if you haven't receive the interview letter yet, after you receive the notice it takes a lil more than a month for me to the appointment of interview! I hope that helps you.

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On 6/11/2018 at 5:53 PM, Macha said:

Now it's clear. Thank you so much!

 

 

1 hour ago, wilkings0224 said:

My interview was on may 31st..... I got a decision cannot be made yet on your application, even though I passed the test (writing and us history) ....7 days later on June 6, I have an update on my case, stating that my oath ceremony will be scheduled, ..... 4 days later on June 10, I received a call from department of Homeland security (DHS) telling me that my oath ceremony will be on July 3rd at the place and time indicated 😊 and that I will receive a notice in the mail in about a week or 2,... I'm still waiting for the letter but at least I know when will be my ceremony! I was worry because I'm traveling by mid July, so now I have the time to do so, all I have to do is get a expedited passport which I can get in 24 hours.... 😊 I'm in NYC by the way....wish you luck!

 

 

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