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We're scheduled to remove conditions starting March 2009. I went and downloaded the form and I have a question:

10. Is your spouse currently serving with or employed by the U.S. government and serving outside the United States?

My husband is with the NG and about to be deployed (April or May next year) for a year to AF. I don't know if it is a Yes or a No we put here. He is on the army list, receives "salary" for his weekend drills and drills in preparation of deployment. I have a military dependant card good until 2012.

7. Have you ever been arrested, detained, charged, indicted, fined, or imprisoned for breaking or violating any law or ordianance (excluding traffic regulations), or committed any crime forwhich you were not arrested in the United States or abroad? - this one is just what I noticed - they are missing a "for". :devil:

Also, since he will be deployed for a year, our congressman's aide via email with Nebraska people has told us that we can file for naturalization as soon as we receive his orders even though I can't accompany him to the danger zone.

What should we do- removal of conditions or N-400?

Confused.


ROC 2009
Naturalization 2010

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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10 is YES National Guard is "Employed by Government" Especially if deployed overseas.

I believe you still do removal of conditions.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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How did you get to the US thru K1 or K3?

DCF - CR1.

They just told me skip removal, straight to N400. We'll see what happens...


ROC 2009
Naturalization 2010

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