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N400 Interview in Philadelphia, PA

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Hello everybody, I have 2 questions for everybody who can answer me this. I have my fingerprints on April 14th in Philadelphia, PA. My question is this: I think there are people who can get advanced that date; I've seen that the people showed up 1 week before to enter to the Biometrics appointment in different cities around the U.S., is that easy or is that possible to do it in Philadelphia at Drummond place? I would like to try to advance that week if possible, I don't know if that is possible and hurry up a little bit my process. Now, I have other question, how is the the N-400 naturalization interview in Philadelphia, The most of the officer are tough, rude or any comment about the naturalization interviews in Philadelphia? Thanks and bye,

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Belgium
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Hello everybody, I have 2 questions for everybody who can answer me this. I have my fingerprints on April 14th in Philadelphia, PA. My question is this: I think there are people who can get advanced that date; I've seen that the people showed up 1 week before to enter to the Biometrics appointment in different cities around the U.S., is that easy or is that possible to do it in Philadelphia at Drummond place? I would like to try to advance that week if possible, I don't know if that is possible and hurry up a little bit my process. Now, I have other question, how is the the N-400 naturalization interview in Philadelphia, The most of the officer are tough, rude or any comment about the naturalization interviews in Philadelphia? Thanks and bye,

The best thing you can do is do a search on the top right of this page, then you get information like this or google for it by putting in N-400 interview philadelphia. A lot of people use timeline... this is an example.

Good luck.

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Naturalization Journey

7/16/2010 N400 sent to Texas Lockbox

7/20/2010 Delivery Notification N400 Package

7/28/2010 Check Cashed

7/29/2010 NOA received per mail / Notice date = 7/26/2010

8/09/2010 NOA received per mail / FP / Notice date = 8/05/2010

9/03/2010 Fingerprints

9/27/2010 Yellow letter received per mail / Notice date = 9/23/2010

10/21/2010 Case touched and file send to local office

10/29/2010 NOA2 interview received per mail / FP / Notice date = 10/22/2010

11/23/2010 Citizenship Interview - APPROVED

11/23/2010 Oath Ceremony in Newark, NJ - U.S. CITIZEN

11/24/2010 Received my passport

11/24/2010 Took care of my SSC and Driver's License

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Hello everybody, I have 2 questions for everybody who can answer me this. I have my fingerprints on April 14th in Philadelphia, PA. My question is this: I think there are people who can get advanced that date; I've seen that the people showed up 1 week before to enter to the Biometrics appointment in different cities around the U.S., is that easy or is that possible to do it in Philadelphia at Drummond place? I would like to try to advance that week if possible, I don't know if that is possible and hurry up a little bit my process. Now, I have other question, how is the the N-400 naturalization interview in Philadelphia, The most of the officer are tough, rude or any comment about the naturalization interviews in Philadelphia? Thanks and bye,

Hello, Just wanted to share my experience!... I went to the drummond place yseterday and I was couple of weeks early for my FP... They accepted me without any problem. The custermer services was perfect!... You should go as soon as you can.. They say wednesday is the best day to do walk-in but you can always try. I don't think they will reject anybody.. They were so nice!...

I don't have any comments on your second question since I just had my FP done though...

Take care and good luck!.

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