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Hello everybody,

I am residing in the state of Michigan. This is what I received through e-mail:

"On March 14, 2012, your N400, APPLICATION FOR NATURALIZATION was placed in line for interview scheduling".

I have not heard nor received any further communication regarding my interview appointment, time, location, etc... yet.

I was wondering if there is any other "Michigander" in the same boat I am in????

Thanks much.

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Hello everybody,

I am residing in the state of Michigan. This is what I received through e-mail:

"On March 14, 2012, your N400, APPLICATION FOR NATURALIZATION was placed in line for interview scheduling".

I have not heard nor received any further communication regarding my interview appointment, time, location, etc... yet.

I was wondering if there is any other "Michigander" in the same boat I am in????

Thanks much.

I was placed in line one day and next day I was scheduled for interview. But it varies, it can take longer. If you see my signature and/or timeline you will understand. It's been almost a year since I started this petition. Patience is all you need. :)


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Hello everybody,

I am residing in the state of Michigan. This is what I received through e-mail:

"On March 14, 2012, your N400, APPLICATION FOR NATURALIZATION was placed in line for interview scheduling".

I have not heard nor received any further communication regarding my interview appointment, time, location, etc... yet.

I was wondering if there is any other "Michigander" in the same boat I am in????

Thanks much.

Normally it might take them 7-14 days for you to receive the letter. They say wait for 15 days before calling them. I would say before end of this week you might get your letter.

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Normally it might take them 7-14 days for you to receive the letter. They say wait for 15 days before calling them. I would say before end of this week you might get your letter.

I do not agree :no: Yes, it takes about a week after "interview scheduled" email. But Inshallah does not have this email yet.

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This message means that further scheduling is in the hands of your local office. Timelines from other applicants at your office might give you an idea of the scheduling time frames for that particular office. People have reported various wait times. Some get scheduled on the next day, others have to wait for a month or longer.

Once scheduled you can expect to receive the interview letter within 14 days.


N-400 application timeline

02-22-2012-- (00): documents sent

02-23-2012-- (01): NOA date

02-27-2012-- (05): check cashed

03-02-2012-- (09): bio appointment notice sent, bio date 03-15 (23)

03-05-2012-- (12): bio notice received

03-06-2012-- (13): early bio

03-12-2012-- (19): in line for interview scheduling

03-21-2012-- (28): scheduled for interview

03-28-2012-- (35): interview notice received

05-02-2012-- (70): interview. Rec. for Approval!

05-16-2012-- (84): in line for oath scheduling

06-19-2012-(118): scheduled for oath

06-21-2012-(120): oath letter received

07-06-2012-(135): oath

Passport application timeline

07-10-2012-- (00): application sent (card+book/routine service)

07-17-2012-- (07): application status online

07-26-2012-- (16): application on hold (name too long)

07-28-2012-- (18): RFI Tucson passport center (proposed shortened name) letter received

07-30-2012-- (20): reply sent to Tucson passport center

08-18-2012-- (39): passport book received

08-21-2012-- (42): passport card received

08-21-2012-- (42): CON received

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March 14, 2012 or did you mean 2011?

It must be 2011, because March 14, 2012 was just a few days ago.


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