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Hi all,

I applied for citizenship two weeks back and today I received letter I797c. I just want to know is this the general language of letter everyone receives or it's just different for me.

The above application has been received by our office and is in process. Our records show indicate your personal information is as follows:

DATE OF BIRTH: xx/xx/xxxx

Address where you live: xx abcd , CA - 12345

Please verify your personal information listed above and immediately notify our office at the address or phone number listed below if there are any changes.

Upon receipt of all required Records Checks, you will be scheduled to appear for an interview at your local USCIS field office.

I am curious about the biometrics letter as this doesn't state anything about biometrics letter. Is it the general form of NOA, which we receive?

Just for information, I have nothing to do with the military and I have been living at the same address since I came to the states. Last year applied for ROC with the same address.

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Hi all,

I applied for citizenship two weeks back and today I received letter I797c. I just want to know is this the general language of letter everyone receives or it's just different for me.

The above application has been received by our office and is in process. Our records show indicate your personal information is as follows:

DATE OF BIRTH: xx/xx/xxxx

Address where you live: xx abcd , CA - 12345

Please verify your personal information listed above and immediately notify our office at the address or phone number listed below if there are any changes.

Upon receipt of all required Records Checks, you will be scheduled to appear for an interview at your local USCIS field office.

I am curious about the biometrics letter as this doesn't state anything about biometrics letter. Is it the general form of NOA, which we receive?

Just for information, I have nothing to do with the military and I have been living at the same address since I came to the states. Last year applied for ROC with the same address.

I don't really know what your reference to the military means, but this is a standard receipt notice telling you that they received your application and they want you to make sure that your information is correct. That's it. This has nothing to do with biometrics or anything else. At some point in the next few weeks you will be scheduled for a biometrics appointment and they will send you a letter informing you where to go and at what time. Edited by JimmyHou

For a review of each step of my N-400 naturalization process, from application to oath ceremony, please click here.

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On 3/16/2015 at 10:44 PM, JimmyHou said:

I don't really know what your reference to the military means, but this is a standard receipt notice telling you that they received your application and they want you to make sure that your information is correct. That's it. This has nothing to do with biometrics or anything else. At some point in the next few weeks you will be scheduled for a biometrics appointment and they will send you a letter informing you where to go and at what time.

thanks you I was about to send a adress verification but they are not asking one, they just wanted to confirm if the informations on the letter are ok.

Best regards,

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