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Hello,

Do we need to submit a passport-style photograph along with the application? if so, how many photo to be submitted? I am not sure if the photo will be taken at the fingerprint appointment?

What other documents should be submitted? Should these documents be similar with what we submitted when applied for the green card? Please advise!

Thank you for your help.

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Seattle, It's best you click and read the link above. It will give you all the information you need to file your N-400. Good luck with your process


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Date Filed : 2008-07-31

NOA Date : 2008-08-06

Bio.Rcvd Date : 2008-08-15

Bio. Appt. : 2008-08-28

Interview Date : 2008-12-08

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Oath Letter Rcvd: 2009-04-03

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Also, check following M-476 package.

www.uscis.gov/files/article/M-476.pdf

M-476 have all the information you need for N400.

Probably 95% of your questions can be answered from M-476.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Morocco
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We filed my husbands N-400 in November and went in for his bimetrics in December. The problem is we realized we did not include the two pics asked for. We received the request to have fingerprints done so do you think they will just ask for the pics or what.

Debra

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Germany
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We filed my husbands N-400 in November and went in for his bimetrics in December. The problem is we realized we did not include the two pics asked for. We received the request to have fingerprints done so do you think they will just ask for the pics or what.

Debra

I would probably get pictures taken and take them to the fingerprinting appointment. If they ask for them then, you'll at least have them. If not, take them to the interview. They're not that expensive and I'd rather take too many things than too little and have my application process delayed.

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You'll probably get a a nice 'yellow letter' in the mail asking you to bring your pics to the interview. I'm not so sure the Fingerprinting place takes anything except your fingerprints. I know the one is MN is not part of the USCIS office, and is in a completely different location and building. All they do is take your fingerprints. As Stella stated take them with you, you never know what those clowns do. =)


My Citizenship Timeline

Service Center : Nebraska

CIS Office : St Paul, MN

Date Filed : 2008-07-31

NOA Date : 2008-08-06

Bio.Rcvd Date : 2008-08-15

Bio. Appt. : 2008-08-28

Interview Date : 2008-12-08

Approved : YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Final Approval 2009-03-16!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!File is in line for Oath Schedule

Oath Letter Rcvd: 2009-04-03

Oath Ceremony : 2009-04-30

Total Time So Far: 9 months, 0 days ..WooHoo!!!!!!!! Can You Hear The Sarcasm =)

I AM NOW A US CITIZEN!!!!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Morocco
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Thanks for the replys. Fingerprinting was done in early December. They scheduled that pretty fast after we filed. We didn't realize we had forgotten them until much later than that. I was going over the paperwork and asked him why we still had the photos and thats when we knew what we had done or should I say NOT done. So I guess we will just wait for that yellow envelope.

Debra

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Thanks for the replys. Fingerprinting was done in early December. They scheduled that pretty fast after we filed. We didn't realize we had forgotten them until much later than that. I was going over the paperwork and asked him why we still had the photos and thats when we knew what we had done or should I say NOT done. So I guess we will just wait for that yellow envelope.

Debra

ASC will take fingerprint only for N400 application.

ASC personal will ask for ID such as passport and/or green card plus fingerprint notice.

Sometimes they send the notice to bring missing documents such as photos.

But sometimes, they don't check that until interview date.

So check your all documents, and bring those with you at your scheduled interview.

Probably interview officer will search for photos while he/she is conducting interivew. :whistle:

Bring two different sets of photos just in case if he/she doesn't like one.

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