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6 months ago, a friend came to me and ask me how did I become a citizen in the matter of 1 1/2 years time while overseas, and I did tell her that because her husband works overseas as a contractor she can file N400 under Article 319b of Immigration Nationality Act.. She said she want to do it and if I can help her because it is hard to come back every year knowing that it is too expensive to fly for the whole family..

To make story short, I did help her will all the required documentation from start to finish and she sumbitted her packet around October, did the interview yesterday, she gots approved and took the oath!!! She is american citizen now..

The only thing that delayed her for 2 hours is that the officer asked for a letter from the company of her husband stating that his wife is joining with him overseas... She called me to ask our Manager for this letter, and we scanned it for her and sent it to the officer.. Then this morning she called me... she took the oath at the same day!!!

I am so happy for her,, she is not a member of VISA JOURNEY but i just want to express my happiness in this forum..

Nothing is impossible if you have patience to do it....

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6 months ago, a friend came to me and ask me how did I become a citizen in the matter of 1 1/2 years time while overseas, and I did tell her that because her husband works overseas as a contractor she can file N400 under Article 319b of Immigration Nationality Act.. She said she want to do it and if I can help her because it is hard to come back every year knowing that it is too expensive to fly for the whole family..

To make story short, I did help her will all the required documentation from start to finish and she sumbitted her packet around October, did the interview yesterday, she gots approved and took the oath!!! She is american citizen now..

The only thing that delayed her for 2 hours is that the officer asked for a letter from the company of her husband stating that his wife is joining with him overseas... She called me to ask our Manager for this letter, and we scanned it for her and sent it to the officer.. Then this morning she called me... she took the oath at the same day!!!

I am so happy for her,, she is not a member of VISA JOURNEY but i just want to express my happiness in this forum..

Nothing is impossible if you have patience to do it....

that's very nice... I will be sending my N-400 too before we leave for South korea in May 5th, hope you can give me some advice and guide me too...thank you!!

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6 months ago, a friend came to me and ask me how did I become a citizen in the matter of 1 1/2 years time while overseas, and I did tell her that because her husband works overseas as a contractor she can file N400 under Article 319b of Immigration Nationality Act.. She said she want to do it and if I can help her because it is hard to come back every year knowing that it is too expensive to fly for the whole family..

To make story short, I did help her will all the required documentation from start to finish and she sumbitted her packet around October, did the interview yesterday, she gots approved and took the oath!!! She is american citizen now..

The only thing that delayed her for 2 hours is that the officer asked for a letter from the company of her husband stating that his wife is joining with him overseas... She called me to ask our Manager for this letter, and we scanned it for her and sent it to the officer.. Then this morning she called me... she took the oath at the same day!!!

I am so happy for her,, she is not a member of VISA JOURNEY but i just want to express my happiness in this forum..

Nothing is impossible if you have patience to do it....

Congrats to her.

I am about to file my N400 under 319b, i recieved my green card and the welcome letter from the Texas Service center in Mesquite, i am not sure which service center i should send my application to? should be the same center i received my GC from? or the one i intend to have my interview at?

I also need help on deciding which center to chose for the interview/oath in my application, i cant find any info on which service centers would offer the oath cermony on the same day??? HELP?

i live overseas and would need to spend very little time in the US when i get my interview date and should i be approved, hopefully, i would like to get my oath same day! any info on which center to request? basically any centers that have the oath cermony same day and happen to be close to Okemos MI or New York NY or Washington DC?

any advise is welcome.

regards to all

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hello Completly,

My wife is in the same boat, and I wondering if you came help us with this letter or at least a copy so we can have an idea what to do. We're in Kuwait filing overseas as well. Help! :crying:

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Nepal
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6 months ago, a friend came to me and ask me how did I become a citizen in the matter of 1 1/2 years time while overseas, and I did tell her that because her husband works overseas as a contractor she can file N400 under Article 319b of Immigration Nationality Act.. She said she want to do it and if I can help her because it is hard to come back every year knowing that it is too expensive to fly for the whole family..

To make story short, I did help her will all the required documentation from start to finish and she sumbitted her packet around October, did the interview yesterday, she gots approved and took the oath!!! She is american citizen now..

The only thing that delayed her for 2 hours is that the officer asked for a letter from the company of her husband stating that his wife is joining with him overseas... She called me to ask our Manager for this letter, and we scanned it for her and sent it to the officer.. Then this morning she called me... she took the oath at the same day!!!

I am so happy for her,, she is not a member of VISA JOURNEY but i just want to express my happiness in this forum..

Nothing is impossible if you have patience to do it....

that's very nice... I will be sending my N-400 too before we leave for South korea in May 5th, hope you can give me some advice and guide me too...thank you!!

Hello,

try to find 319 b in the forum search and you will find a lot of useful topics in there that will help you to compile all the required documents in the 319 b. Sorry for the late response..

Please post your updates here if possible..

hello Completly,

My wife is in the same boat, and I wondering if you came help us with this letter or at least a copy so we can have an idea what to do. We're in Kuwait filing overseas as well. Help! :crying:

Hi sorry,

I got so busy with work and family.. I will PM you and attach the sample of letter you need in the application. Try to search 319b in the forum search, there is a lot of useful tips that she can use there.. I posted a lot of information in there.

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Nepal
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6 months ago, a friend came to me and ask me how did I become a citizen in the matter of 1 1/2 years time while overseas, and I did tell her that because her husband works overseas as a contractor she can file N400 under Article 319b of Immigration Nationality Act.. She said she want to do it and if I can help her because it is hard to come back every year knowing that it is too expensive to fly for the whole family..

To make story short, I did help her will all the required documentation from start to finish and she sumbitted her packet around October, did the interview yesterday, she gots approved and took the oath!!! She is american citizen now..

The only thing that delayed her for 2 hours is that the officer asked for a letter from the company of her husband stating that his wife is joining with him overseas... She called me to ask our Manager for this letter, and we scanned it for her and sent it to the officer.. Then this morning she called me... she took the oath at the same day!!!

I am so happy for her,, she is not a member of VISA JOURNEY but i just want to express my happiness in this forum..

Nothing is impossible if you have patience to do it....

Congrats to her.

I am about to file my N400 under 319b, i recieved my green card and the welcome letter from the Texas Service center in Mesquite, i am not sure which service center i should send my application to? should be the same center i received my GC from? or the one i intend to have my interview at?

Where is your physical address? Please refer to the N400 guide for the jurisdiction.

I also need help on deciding which center to chose for the interview/oath in my application, i cant find any info on which service centers would offer the oath cermony on the same day??? HELP?

Usually, in Mesquite center, they will transfer your files to Dallas tx, and will do the interview and the oath in one day..if there is no problem with your documentation.

i live overseas and would need to spend very little time in the US when i get my interview date and should i be approved, hopefully, i would like to get my oath same day! any info on which center to request? basically any centers that have the oath cermony same day and happen to be close to Okemos MI or New York NY or Washington DC?

You need to file your application in the jurisdiction of your place.. because any where you send your application to, if they see that your location is not in their jurisdiction, they will send it to the service where in the jurisdiction of your place. You want to avoid this as this will delay your application and might lost your packet.

Please refer to the N400 guide for the service center of each state.

You need to include FIngerprint cards as well in your application (Form FD258)

any advise is welcome.

regards to all

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