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Naturalization applicants will begin taking the revised test on October 1, 2008.

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I just found this on USCIS site :wacko:

Naturalization applicants will begin taking the revised test on October 1, 2008.

The following guidelines will determine whether naturalization applicants will take the current test or the redesigned version:

If an applicant:

- Applies BEFORE October 1, 2008 and is scheduled for his or her naturalization interview BEFORE October 1, 2008, he or she will take the current test.

- Applies BEFORE October 1, 2008 and is scheduled for his or her naturalization interview AFTER October 1, 2008, he or she can choose to take the current test or the redesigned version.

- Applies AFTER October 1, 2008, he or she will take the redesigned version.

Is scheduled for his or her naturalization interview AFTER October 1, 2009, regardless of when he or she applied, he or she will take the redesigned version.

http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis/men...0000ecd190aRCRD


02/28/2008 - Sent N-400

03/01/2008 - Delivered to VSC

03/03/2008 - Priority Date

03/05/2008 - Check cashed

03/06/2008 - Received signature return card

03/13/2008 - NOA1 Received (notice date 03/07/2008)

03/14/2008 - Bio Letter Received Scheduled on 03/25/2008

03/25/2008 - Fingerprints Done

04/26/2008 - Interview Letter Received

06/18/2008 - Interview in Boston Local Office - approved!

08/08/2008 - Oath ceremony

----------------I'm officially done-------------------

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02/28/2008 - Sent N-400

03/01/2008 - Delivered to VSC

03/03/2008 - Priority Date

03/05/2008 - Check cashed

03/06/2008 - Received signature return card

03/13/2008 - NOA1 Received (notice date 03/07/2008)

03/14/2008 - Bio Letter Received Scheduled on 03/25/2008

03/25/2008 - Fingerprints Done

04/26/2008 - Interview Letter Received

06/18/2008 - Interview in Boston Local Office - approved!

08/08/2008 - Oath ceremony

----------------I'm officially done-------------------

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thats not new thats old news

well...for me it was something pretty new. I didn't know about it until today.


02/28/2008 - Sent N-400

03/01/2008 - Delivered to VSC

03/03/2008 - Priority Date

03/05/2008 - Check cashed

03/06/2008 - Received signature return card

03/13/2008 - NOA1 Received (notice date 03/07/2008)

03/14/2008 - Bio Letter Received Scheduled on 03/25/2008

03/25/2008 - Fingerprints Done

04/26/2008 - Interview Letter Received

06/18/2008 - Interview in Boston Local Office - approved!

08/08/2008 - Oath ceremony

----------------I'm officially done-------------------

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