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I couple of weeks ago I was scheduled for an oath ceremony that will take place late next week. As I was supposed to be outside of the US during that week and the following one I sent back the oath ceremony notice and explained my situation (that I would be outside of the US). Yesterday my case status changed to "Request for evidence". It says something about initial evidence.

Now what kind of evidence can this be? What kind of problems might this cause?

The worst part about all of this is that I might not leave the country after all (change of plans), and might be able to attend the original ceremoy.

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Hi

I couple of weeks ago I was scheduled for an oath ceremony that will take place late next week. As I was supposed to be outside of the US during that week and the following one I sent back the oath ceremony notice and explained my situation (that I would be outside of the US). Yesterday my case status changed to "Request for evidence". It says something about initial evidence.

Now what kind of evidence can this be? What kind of problems might this cause?

The worst part about all of this is that I might not leave the country after all (change of plans), and might be able to attend the original ceremoy.

I would immediately schedule an infopass appointment at your local USCIS office. It might be that you can keep your original oath date if your plans have changed.

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I would immediately schedule an infopass appointment at your local USCIS office. It might be that you can keep your original oath date if your plans have changed.

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Might have to do that. Will now for sure what happens on Monday.

But if I leave, what kind of evidence will they ask about?

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