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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Russia
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Hi all,

I have browsed around VJ and read all the instructions and manuals for filling out the N400 form, but have not really found a complete answer.

Part 8A. How many times have you been married (Including annulled marriages)?

This is both our first marriage, for her and I. Should I put 1 for that question?

Same question I have for

Part 8G. How many times has your current spuse been married (Including annulled marriages)?

This is her first marriage and my first marriage, shouldn't we put 0 there and N/A below for the previous spouse information?

It just seems a bit ambigious on how they ask questions and very poorly written in the instructions.

Any tips on where you guys put "N/A"s would be appreciated!

Thank you so much,

Mike.

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Hi all,

I have browsed around VJ and read all the instructions and manuals for filling out the N400 form, but have not really found a complete answer.

Part 8A. How many times have you been married (Including annulled marriages)?

This is both our first marriage, for her and I. Should I put 1 for that question?

Same question I have for

Part 8G. How many times has your current spuse been married (Including annulled marriages)?

This is her first marriage and my first marriage, shouldn't we put 0 there and N/A below for the previous spouse information?

It just seems a bit ambigious on how they ask questions and very poorly written in the instructions.

Any tips on where you guys put "N/A"s would be appreciated!

Thank you so much,

Mike.

Answers: 1 and 1.


ROC 2009
Naturalization 2010

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
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Hi all,

I have browsed around VJ and read all the instructions and manuals for filling out the N400 form, but have not really found a complete answer.

Part 8A. How many times have you been married (Including annulled marriages)?

This is both our first marriage, for her and I. Should I put 1 for that question?

Same question I have for

Part 8G. How many times has your current spouse been married (Including annulled marriages)?

This is her first marriage and my first marriage, shouldn't we put 0 there and N/A below for the previous spouse information?

It just seems a bit ambigious on how they ask questions and very poorly written in the instructions.

Any tips on where you guys put "N/A"s would be appreciated!

Thank you so much,

Mike.

Believe if someone asked you these same questions out of context from reading the rest of the questions asked in the N-400, you would know the answer.

Like how many times have you or your spouse applied for a marriage license, went before the judge or the preacher and said, "I do". Obviously, if your present marriage is both the only marriage for you and your spouse, the answer is one. But somehow, when you read all the previous questions, you for some reason don't want to count your present marriage, admit to asking the same question myself the first go around. Helps to stick you head in a bucket filled with cold water.

If both you and your spouse were only married to each other, the correct answer is one for both questions. Both my wife and myself were previously married, so our answer was two for both us. While we have reasonable intelligence, at that time, our marriage IQ was about a 2.035, we both learned the hard way. We do believe in soulmates now, and hope you also do.

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Filed: Country: Bangladesh
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hi i was looking for some answers to filling out the n400 as it is quite confusing on part 11 question 7 it asks have you ever not filed a federal state or local tax return since becoming a permanent resident? for me this is yes since i do not work and have had no income to file taxes so should i answer as yes and explain as such? any info is greatly appreciated

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Finland
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Yes.


CITIZENSHIP:
Eligibility Criteria: 5 years
xx-xx-1998: Eligibility Date
11-12-2013: Application Sent
11-19-2013: NOA Date
11-19-2013: Check/Money Order Cashed
11-22-2013: Bio-metric Letter sent Date
12-05-2013: Bio-metric Date
01-10-2014: In-line for Interview
02-06-2014: Interview Letter Received
03-12-2014: Interview Date

03-21-2014: In Oath Scheduling Que

03-24-2014: Oath Scheduled Notice Mailed

04-09-2014: Oath Ceremony

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