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arrowCan I visit local USCIS to fix document error of my birth year?
January 18, 2017, 1:07 pm Last comment by bbf3562
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I am from Michigan and the local USCIS is in Detroit. After phone call from level 2 officer stating that they document my birth year wrong. He said either send mail or make appointment with USCIS. Can I make appointment to visit local USCIS with copy of my birth certificate to have them change my birth year or do I need to send mail to CSC?



 
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arrowCeremony
January 18, 2017, 7:12 am Last comment by Penguin_ie
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Hello I have my citizenship ceremony this morning but it's all flooded around my house and it's raining bad in Houston. I can't get around. Will the office reshedule me if I don't make it or am I doomed and will lose my citizenship?



 
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arrowi-751
January 14, 2017, 1:29 pm Last comment by aleful
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anybody,, im filling i-751 but i have a question. do i need to fill form G-325A for biographic information ?



 
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arrowCitizenship - rough timeframe?
January 13, 2017, 10:10 am Last comment by TBoneTX
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Good morning,

My wife will be applying for citizenship under the three year rule at the beginning of May. From what I've seen here, Biometrics takes roughly a month for the appointment, then the interview is usually approximately four months after Biometrics (or five months total). How long after the interview is the oath ceremony? We are trying to plan a pregnancy and want to make sure she's not giving birth too close to the oath ceremony.

Any guesses at what a rough timeframe is from start to finish for citizenship?



 
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arrowWhich mailing address to send to CSC with copy of birth certificate?
January 12, 2017, 12:48 pm Last comment by bbf3562
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After having phone call with USCIS and found out they documented my birth year wrong. The officer told me to mail them with copy of my birth certificate to this address so they can change my birth year,

USCIS California Service Center

Attn: CNMI I-129

24000 Avila Road

2nd Floor, Room 2312

Laguna Niguel, CA 92677

However when I check USCIS online, it said for USPS, use this address,

USCIS California Service Center

Attn: I-129

P.O. Box 10129

Laguna Niguel, CA 92607-1012

For Courier deliveries, use this address that are the same address as person told me on the phone,

USCIS California Service Center

Attn: CNMI I-129

24000 Avila Road

2nd Floor, Room 2312

Laguna Niguel, CA 92677

I am confuse and not sure which one to mail with correct birth date information if I am going to mail through US postal Service?



 
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