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N-652 - Naturalization Interview Results - USCIS will send you written decision

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I had my interview done on April 2th I/Q got my sign on photos she's gave me form N-652 with two boxes checked box1 you passed the English exam box2 USCIS will send you written decision

I when to check ,y online status I found Request for Evidence why or they do not change status but they did not send me any thing I still waiting for Decision

I been waiting almost 1 month

usually how long it is take

what I need to do pls I need help

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Sometime that happens depending on the officer interviewing you , and sometimes the person will choose not to tell you anything. But i think the good news is you have passed the test as stated on the papper given to you.

You will either recieve a letter stating when and where you will have your ceremony done, or a letter asking for some evidence , so just sit tight and wait you will be alright. I had the same experience and i sat and waited for 3 weeks and later recieved a letter telling me when and where i will have my ceremony done.

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All things in good time. Sadly we can't rush decisions. If you reach two months without a response, I would call USCIS for updates.

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Same here, today was my appointment 09/23/13, and got the the same boxes checked on my form N-652

The IO ask me for child support proof but I could only provide him some Checks since it didn't occur to me to bring my statements from my bank that shows my checks being deducted. IO tried to help me and I went to my app on the phone and was able to show him one statement.

He gave me the letter and said that I'll get a response in around 120 days, that's how long it can take, he said.

What should I expect from this?

When I left the office I felt like I didn't do it correctly and now I have to wait...

Please reply

Thank you

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Interviewd - 07/22/13 (USCIS will send you written Decision)

Oath in que - 08/20/13

Oath letter sent - 09/23/13

Oath date - I think it will be 10/16/13

San Francsico

Question, did your letter had the congratulations part checked?

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Hello everyone! I had my naturalization interview today (Chicago). The interview results said - You passed the test of English and U. S history and goverment and USCIS will send you a written decision about your application. I'm worried because my friend told me that when she had her interview the IO's checked box A - that say's Congratulations! Your application has been recommended for approval. Mine has no check. Is this something that I need to worry about? Please help me guys.......


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July 27, 2009 - Recieved Biometrics Appoinment Letter(for August 19, 2009/2pm) July 22, 2009 date of Notice

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