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Hello everyone,

My wife sent her application in June than we received a letter for her finger prints to be taken which she did two weeks ago. I logged onto her account on uscis.com and put her number in to check the status of the n-400 and it says they sent a request for more information on June 25th. My question is do they consider the biometric letter a request for information? I am just getting worried that they sent a letter i did not receive. thanks


Service Center : Vermont Service Center

Consulate : Guatemala

2006-04-25 I-130 Sent

2006-05-10 I-130 NOA1

2006-05-10 I-130 sent to CSC

2006-08-16 I-130 Approved

I-130 was approved in 113 days.

2006-08-24 NVC Received

2006-09-06 DS-3032 / I-864 Bill generated

2006-09-06 Pay I-864 Bill (using self generated form)

2006-09-06 Wife sent 3032 email

2006-09-11 choice of agent excepted

2006-09-13 Aos bill prossesed

2006-09-18 IV bill generated

2006-09-18 I-864 generated

2006-09-18 I-864 sent using self generated forms

2006-09-19 I-864 recived by NVC

2006-09-22 IV bill arrived

2006-09-23 IV bill sent

2006-09-26 IV bill recived

2006-10-02 DS-230 Generated

2006-10-02 DS-230 Sent

2006-10-04 DS-230 NVC Recived DS-230

2006-10-31 Case approved adios NVC

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Yes, in virtually all citizenship application cases, a 'request for evidence' status update refers to the biometrics letter being sent and that processing is on hold until the applicant has had their fingerprints done. The timing sounds right for the RFE notice to be the biometrics as well. Basically, they don't really go over the information in your application other than checking that the payment is correct and application is there until the actual interview. Since they know everyone is going to be interviewed, if there are any documents lacking they can be presented at the interview - or requested at the interview - so they don't duplicate the work by reviewing the application for details like that prior to the actual interview. At mine, it was very apparent that the interviewing officer had never looked at my file before the time of the actual interview.

Good luck, you should be hearing about an interview date within the next few weeks.

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