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Rescheduled Finger print apt.

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I sent off for my US citizenship back in Aug 2011, but only recently discovered I had missed my finger print and biometrics appointment. I called them ASAP and got the ball rolling again. My new apt is scheduled for March 16th in Alexandria VA, I sent the paperwork off to Texas originally. Assuming no hick-ups, any idea what time frame I'm looking at?

Also, they mention taxes in the application, I'm current but paying back some over due moneys from before, will that be considered a negative or does it not matter since I'm satisfying the IRS on a monthly basis?

Thanks


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