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n400 interview next week and common mistake in application

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Hi! good day everyone. I am really worried on my interview. I got all documents ready and all but when I check my application copy I noticed that I other name used is blank and I remember I should put the name I used when I am single. I am using my name when I was married and now I am divorced and that name is the same on my green card. Another thing I am worried is I only put 2 kids but I pass my paper when I am pregnant so my 3rd son is not on the list. And I am employed that time just recently got unemployed. Please help me what I am going to do?

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Hi! good day everyone. I am really worried on my interview. I got all documents ready and all but when I check my application copy I noticed that I other name used is blank and I remember I should put the name I used when I am single. I am using my name when I was married and now I am divorced and that name is the same on my green card. Another thing I am worried is I only put 2 kids but I pass my paper when I am pregnant so my 3rd son is not on the list. And I am employed that time just recently got unemployed. Please help me what I am going to do?

Your job change and your new child will not cause a problem. You can update this information at the interview.

Your previous names are required for the background check. Failing to disclose a name that you have been known by in the past could cause a delay until a name check is performed. However, since it is only your maiden name that you forgot to include, it's very possible that they already have that name on file. They would have your marriage and or birth certificates on file already. So there's a good chance that there will be no delay at all.

Go to your interview and just point out that you forgot to list your maiden name.


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