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N-400 interview while I-751 pending

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Hello,

I just received my N-400 interview letter, but my I-751 is still pending. It does not say anywhere that my husband needs to be present at the interview.

Since he does not have paid days off I wanted to go by myself and bring all the proof of our 4 year long marriage. Any advise???????????????? :wacko:

Thanks.

Danutuke

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Curious on the answer to this question too. Also do we have to pay for biometrics again if we just did it removing the conditions for the I-751 (which is still pending).


26/02/2005 Married in London to South African with UK Residency

28/02/2005 Sent off I-130 to London Consular

08/03/2005 Charge posted on Credit Card

14/03/2005 Sent off DS-230

15/03/2005 NOA of I-130

24/03/2005 Received Packet 3

18/04/2005 Sent in Form 169 (notice of readiness)

10/05/2005 Received Packet 4

06/06/2005 Medical at 10:00am in London

15/06/2005 Interview at 9:00 am (108 Days) -Approved

16/06/2005 Noon - Recieved Papers and Visa from Embassy

21/08/2005 Wife entered US on green Card

Conditions Removed +/- 1 year

??/06/2007 Submitted I-751

??/07/2007 Biometrics

02/04/2008 Application transferred from TSC to VSC

01/July/2008 Card Production ordered

N-400 process-3 months & 8 days

16/June/2008 Sent in packet of N-400

18/June/2008 NOA Priority date

20/June/2008 Check cashed

26/June/2008 NOA recieved

12/July/2008 Biometrics

08/Sept/2008 Interview- passed

24/Sept/2008 Oath (Cancelled due to Hurricane Ike)

29/Oct/2008 Oath & Passport Application (not expedited)

07/Nov/2008 Passport Received - Done with the Process

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
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The US citizen spouse does not have to be present because it is just him or her alone who is seeking naturalization -- unlike the I-751, which is a joint petition.


Meh

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Filed: Other Country: Argentina
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Hello,

I just received my N-400 interview letter, but my I-751 is still pending. It does not say anywhere that my husband needs to be present at the interview.

Since he does not have paid days off I wanted to go by myself and bring all the proof of our 4 year long marriage. Any advise???????????????? :wacko:

Thanks.

Danutuke

I have read that if you are processing the I751 that your spouse will be required to be there. Traditionally, people receive a notice about a week before the interview that the spouse needs to be present.

In regards to the biometrics question asked by kmineo, Gustavo had to do his biometrics again even though he had them done last year for the I-751.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Cameroon
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Danutuke, I just wanted to know how your N-400 interview went. How did they treat this when your I-751 was still pending?

Mine is been pending for more than 16 months and I just recently filed my N-400. Let me know how you were treated.

Thanks

Steve


USCIS:

04/01/13: I-130 Sent

04/03/13: I-130 Package received by CIS – Priority Date

04/04/13: I-130 NOA1 Email received

04/08/13: I-130 Check cashed ($420)

04/08/13: I-130 NOA1 Hardcopy received

11/14/13: I-130 transferred from NBC to Nebraska Service Center

03/02/14: I-130 NOA2 Email received

03/06/14: I-130 Email received - Shipped to NVC

03/06/14: I-130 NOA2 hardcopy received


NVC:

03/12/14: I-130 petition received at NVC

04/14/14: I-130 Case number Assigned

04/16/14: AOS invoice generated

04/16/14: AOS invoice available and PAID ($88.00)

04/17/14: Mailed AOS Package to NVC

04/21/14: AOS Package delivered at NVC

04/24/14: IV invoice available and PAID ($230)

04/25/14: IV Package mailed to NVC

04/28/14: IV Package delivered at NVC

04/28/14: IV Fees deducted from bank account

04/29/14: IV fee shows as “PAID”

04/29/14: DS-260 Submitted online

05/12/14: AOS (I-864) Accepted – No checklist

05/20/14: Case complete

06/11/14: Interview date assigned (July 29 at 8am)

06/12/14: Case shipped to consulate


CONSULATE (Cameroon):

06/16/14: Case arrives consulate

06/26/14: Case shows READY in system

07/14/14: Medical done - Medical Fees ($220)

07/29/14: Interview date @ 8:00 am. Interview Approved

08/21/14: Visa Received

08/27/14: US Entry

09/05/14: Paid Immigrant Fee via USCIS Elis system ($165)

09/12/14: Immigrant Case received by USCIS Mesquite TX office

10/02/14: Green card received


REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS (I-751):

06/03/16: I-751 sent ($590)

06/06/16: NOA1 Date (I-751 Package received by CIS)

06/13/16: I-1751 NOA1 Hardcopy received (with note EXTENDING CONDITIONAL RESIDENCE FOR 1 MORE YEAR). No need to have passport stamped at local office while case is being processed.

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