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Hello i will have my interview for Naturlization next week. do i have to take with me 2 pasport photos? because i already sent 2 submited with my application? thank you!! can anyone tell me with experience what question they might ask on the interview based on 5 years rule and been divorced? thanks.

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Milwaukee used the photo they took at biometrics in the certificate for us, but we still took in two extra passport photos because they still recommend it. Didn't ask for them, but you know how it works, if you don't have it, they will, and causes more delays.

If the only reason why you are here is because you married a USC, and that marriage ended in a divorce, can usually expect questions as to whether that marriage was in good faith. be prepared for that.

If you married a person from your home country since then, may have problems.

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Hello i will have my interview for Naturlization next week. do i have to take with me 2 pasport photos? because i already sent 2 submited with my application? thank you!! can anyone tell me with experience what question they might ask on the interview based on 5 years rule and been divorced? thanks.

this video might help.

http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis/menuitem.acfc8bb2d633f506e34f4a10526e0aa0/?vgnextoid=64f22cac1551b210VgnVCM100000082ca60aRCRD&vgnextchannel=4982df6bdd42a210VgnVCM100000b92ca60aRCRD


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Hello i will have my interview for Naturlization next week. do i have to take with me 2 pasport photos? because i already sent 2 submited with my application? thank you!! can anyone tell me with experience what question they might ask on the interview based on 5 years rule and been divorced? thanks.

There is no need, but some suggest to take 2 passport photos just in case they lost the ones you sent before. So it would not hurt to have them with you. And by the way, you will be applying for your US passport sometime in the near future anyway, so having the photos ready is a good idea :)

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