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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
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My wife will soon be applying for naturalization based on her marriage to me (born a U.S. Citizen). Her 13 year old daughter is a permanent resident and lives with us here in Florida. We are including her name on my wife's N-400 in the appropriate area. It is my understanding that my daughter will automatically become a U.S. citizen when my wife is granted citizenship. When I submit the fees with my wife's N-400, do I submit a biometrics fee for my daughter too? Or just the application fee and biometrics fee for my wife? The guide really doesn't seem to address this.

Thanks!


5/25/06 - We met in Bogota

8/12/06 - Officially engaged in front of her family

9/15/06 - Married in Bogota by notary

10/7/06 - Wedding Blessing and reception in Bogota

I-130:

9/21/06 - Mailed to Texas

9/29/06 - NOA date (received on 10/11)

12/02/06 - NOA 2 received

I-129F:

10/13/06 - Mailed to Chicago

10/18/06 - NOA 1 date (received on 10/22)

11/27/06 - E-mail notification that petition approved!

12/02/06 - NOA 2 received

12/06/06 - Called NVC and got case number; told that petition had been forwarded to embassy in Bogota!

12/11/06 - DHL delivered petition to embassy.

12/13/06 - Adriana faxes "packet 3" information to embassy.

12/15/06 - We send "packet 3" information to embassy via courier.

12/22/06 - Return from honeymoon to find both packet 3 and 4 at my wife´s home in Bogota.

1/19/07 - Embassy interview - APPROVED! (Visa received on 1/22/07)

1/26/07 - Adriana and daughter to arrive in Miami

I-485 and I-797:

2/12/07 - AOS and EAD sent to Chicago lockbox

5/7/07 - Employment Authorization card received

8/28/07 - Re-scheduled (from 6/28) AOS interview in Orlando - AOS approved.

9/13/07 - Wife and step-daughter receive green cards

I-751:

6/1/09 - I-751 mailed

11/18/09 - Removal of Conditions approved

Citizenship:

10/26/10 - Citizenship interview (successful)

10/29/10 - Citizenship ceremony and oath

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina
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My wife will soon be applying for naturalization based on her marriage to me (born a U.S. Citizen). Her 13 year old daughter is a permanent resident and lives with us here in Florida. We are including her name on my wife's N-400 in the appropriate area. It is my understanding that my daughter will automatically become a U.S. citizen when my wife is granted citizenship. When I submit the fees with my wife's N-400, do I submit a biometrics fee for my daughter too? Or just the application fee and biometrics fee for my wife? The guide really doesn't seem to address this.

Thanks!

your daughter will become a USC after her mother becomes a USC. so after your wife's oath ceremony and receiving of the naturalization certificate, she can request a US passport for herself and for her daughter. Your wife can also fill out the N600 for your daughter as well once she becomes a USC.

naming your daughter on the N400 only is for information purpose.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
Timeline

Thanks a lot. That's kind of the gist I got, but wanted to make sure I wasn't missing something about biometrics. Save me $80!


5/25/06 - We met in Bogota

8/12/06 - Officially engaged in front of her family

9/15/06 - Married in Bogota by notary

10/7/06 - Wedding Blessing and reception in Bogota

I-130:

9/21/06 - Mailed to Texas

9/29/06 - NOA date (received on 10/11)

12/02/06 - NOA 2 received

I-129F:

10/13/06 - Mailed to Chicago

10/18/06 - NOA 1 date (received on 10/22)

11/27/06 - E-mail notification that petition approved!

12/02/06 - NOA 2 received

12/06/06 - Called NVC and got case number; told that petition had been forwarded to embassy in Bogota!

12/11/06 - DHL delivered petition to embassy.

12/13/06 - Adriana faxes "packet 3" information to embassy.

12/15/06 - We send "packet 3" information to embassy via courier.

12/22/06 - Return from honeymoon to find both packet 3 and 4 at my wife´s home in Bogota.

1/19/07 - Embassy interview - APPROVED! (Visa received on 1/22/07)

1/26/07 - Adriana and daughter to arrive in Miami

I-485 and I-797:

2/12/07 - AOS and EAD sent to Chicago lockbox

5/7/07 - Employment Authorization card received

8/28/07 - Re-scheduled (from 6/28) AOS interview in Orlando - AOS approved.

9/13/07 - Wife and step-daughter receive green cards

I-751:

6/1/09 - I-751 mailed

11/18/09 - Removal of Conditions approved

Citizenship:

10/26/10 - Citizenship interview (successful)

10/29/10 - Citizenship ceremony and oath

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