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I AM A NUT IN MY OATH CEREMONY

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Hi all.

My Oath ceremony was on Friday . I was working , and i was careless not to read the Oath letter 's instruction

I came there 20'before the Oath. The IO thrown me out because i was wearing Jean and Black T shirt.

(Hell' I see people go to the airport and the theater, wearing pajamas and dirty clothe, I thought jeans

and a t-shirt were fancy and more than appropriate attire for the occasion.)

Thank God that there is one of Super Wall-mart nearby so i could go to remedy the situation.

Just want to share with all of you . Do not make a mistake like me so you will be miss the Oath.

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:rofl: Thanks for the advice!

N-400

5/29/2010 - USPS Express Mail Out N-400

6/2/2010 - Priority date

6/9/2010 - Check cashed

6/11/2010 - NOA in my mail box

6/17/2010 - Able to see case status "Initial Review"

6/18/2010 - LUD

7/2/2010 - Called mis-information line to put in a service request for STILL HAVEN'T RECEIVED "FP NOTICE"

7/8/2010 - LUD, at 2:32am, received text msg and e-mail for req. for add'l evidence being mailed out on July 6th, believe it's for the FP

7/12/2010 - Received FP notice in mail, scheduled for 8/2/2010

7/15/2010 - Walk in FP

7/22/2010 - Online status changed to "Case sent to local office for interview schedule"

7/27/2010 - Received interview letter for 8/23/2010

8/23/2010 - Passed interview, was informed that next oath date is 9/22/2010 and oath letter will come in the mail

9/3/2010 - Received oath letter in the mail for 9/22/2010

Disclaimer: All comments, advice and information are given out by my kind intention, please use them at your own risk and do not hold me liable or responsible for any inaccuracy.

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This dress code does not apply to family who attend right? Because it is hell to get my husband just to wear a polo shirt much less dress pants. I myself prefer dress pants to jeans, so I will be ok. My husband went to his oath in a t-shirt and jeans 10 years ago.

He even wanted to wear jeans to our wedding, but no one else was having that lol!

Edited by queendlee

Mailed N-400 March 6th via priority certified mail and Rec'd 9th (confirmation by USPS)

NOA rec'd: 3/19/2009 (date 3/16/2009, priority 3/9/2009)

Biometrics rec'd 3/26/2009, appt 4/9/2009

IL: 5/22/09

ID: 07/06/2009

Oath: 07/16/2009

SSN updated: 7/16/2009 (not received yet)

Passport rec'd: 8/15/2009(nat. certif not rec'd yet)

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Oh boy...good to know. Thanks for sharing.


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I work from home and tend to wear a t-shirt and sweats and flip-flops every day so I enjoy getting dressed up now and again. I'm really only applying for US citizenship so I can go to the oath ceremoney looking all fancy. ;)


Timeline

I-130

February 13, 2006: I-130 filed (US Embassy, Dublin, Ireland).

April 18, 2006: Interview date received.

May 02, 2006: Interview (US Embassy, Dublin, Ireland). Visa approved.

June 14, 2006: Moved to Charlotte, NC.

July 20, 2006: 'Welcome to the United States' letter received.

July 21, 2006: Applied for SSN.

July 29, 2006: SSN received.

September 05, 2006: 2 year Permanent Resident card received.

I-751

April 09, 2008: Mailed I-751 to TSC.

April 15, 2008: Check cashed.

April 16, 2008: Case transferred to VSC.

April 23, 2008: Biometrics appointment letter received.

May 10, 2008: Biometrics appointment.

June 28, 2008: Moved to Clearwater, FL (Filed AR-11 and I-865).

March 04,2009: 10 year Permanent Resident card production ordered.

March 13,2009: 10 year Permanent Resident card received.

N-400

April 24, 2009: Mailed N-400 to TX Lockbox.

April 30, 2009: NOA1 Notice date.

May 11, 2009: Biometrics appointment letter received.

May 16, 2009: Biometrics complete (walk-in).

June 04, 2009: Interview letter received.

July 23, 2009: Interview.

July 23, 2009: Oath. I am a US citizen!

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I thought jeans were the national costume of the USA! :jest:


Annie UK

2004 Awaiting my divorce

Decree nisi 29th July YAYYYYYYYYYY

15th Dec DIVORCED AT LAST!!!!

Dec 23 decree arrives, I-129F sent to Nebraska!!!

Dec 27 NOA1

Feb 16 2005 NOA2 (51 days)

May 17 INTERVIEW 9am!!!! (day 141) Approved

May 30 Arrived POE Chicago (flight delayed!!)

June 13 applied for SSN

June 30 Wedding on beach at sunset awwwww

AOS 2005

July 11 Sent off AOS/AP/EAD to Chicago

Sep 1 I485 transferred to CSC

Sep 15 EAD and AP approved (59 days)

Nov 25 Green card and Welcome letter arrive in mail (no interview) 130 days

Removing Conditions 2007

Aug 15 I-751 sent to Nebraska

Sep 14 NOA1 rec'd, transferred to CSC again

Sep 21 rec'd bios appt for 9/28/07

Jan 26 2008 Approved. 10 Yr card received 1/28/08.

Naturalization 2008

Sep 8 N-400 sent to Nebraska

Sep 11 Priority date

Oct 7 Biometrics

July 10 2009 - Interview, approved!

Aug 20 Oath ceremony

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My first thought was to ask why you wouldn't dress up for an Oath Ceremony, but I realized I'm not much of one to talk. I was in Rome back in 2003, and I decided to crash a Papal Mass at the Vatican without a ticket. I'm sight impaired, so I took my white cane with me. Whenever they checked for tickets, I showed them my cane. I ended up sitting five rows back in the VIP seats surrounded by bishops, cardinals, and dignitaries. I had expected I was going to be in the back of the crowd somewhere, so I was wearing khakis and a blue polo shirt. I'm really surprised they let me in the VIP section dressed like that. Funny thing though is that on the Vatican website, they have an overhead photo of the platform with Pope John Paul II and the VIP section. There is a see of black suits and a bright blue shirt in the 5th row that sticks out like a sore thumb. If I had dressed up, I would not have been noticeable from the rest of the crowd, but that bright blue shirt is hard to miss. :)

http://www.vatican.va/news_services/liturg...1109_foto7.html


08/28/2004 Engaged

09/22/2004 I-129F submitted

10/01/2004 I-129F Approved

12/15/2004 K1 Issued

12/30/2004 Arrival in US

02/19/2005 Married

01/30/2006 Conditional Green Card Approved

01/15/2008 Conditions Removed and 10 Year Card Issued

03/28/2009 N-400 mailed to Lockbox

07/17/2009 Interview Denver USCIS office RECOMMENDED FOR APPROVAL

08/28/2009 Naturalization Ceremony - US District Court - Denver, Colorado[/b][/u]

09/04/2009 Applied for passport

09/22/2009 Passport approved and mailed

09/24/2009 Passport received

08/26/2009 Naturalization Certificate and Name Change Petition arrive back from State Department

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